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Biotherm- Skin Oxygen

Posted by Fabrice Gilbert in Advertising

One of our last work in Tulum, Quintana Roo.

Mexico was choosen for weather conditions due to production deadline.  Possibilities are endless in Mexico.


Biotherm Skin Oxygen

Executive Production: Fabrice Gilbert Productions
Executive Producer: Fabrice Gilbert
Line producer: Omar Montor
Locations, drone shots, camera and lighting gear, crew, etc. by #linkera

Dop: Alexandre Jamin

Awesome model: Alicia Endemann Boisseau


#alexamini #cancun #filminmexico #filmincancun#frenchfilm #djironin #djiinspireone

31 Oct 2017 no comments / READ MORE

CESAR 2018

Posted by Fabrice Gilbert in Advertising, Movies, Non classé

Debout Kinshasa est en sélection pour le Cesar 2018 du meilleur court métrage. C’est une fierté pour toute l’équipe et pour moi d’avoir partagé l’aventure de Sebastien Maitre et d’avoir pu tourner ce magnifique film en République Démocratique du Congo.

Bravo à toute l’équipe. Rendez vous en 2018 lors de la cérémonie des Cesar.

19 Sep 2017 no comments / READ MORE

Cosmetic shooting in Tulum

Posted by Fabrice Gilbert in Advertising, Movies, Scouting

A 1 day video shooting with Alexa mini, Drone and Underwater camera in beautiful Tulum for a french cosmetic brand.

We proposed a open Laguna for the larges view and a intimiste small private Cenote for the closed one.

All the production have been design to be able to move quickly from a location to another without undermining the technique and confort and preserving the work of the data managers.

the Model confort have been one of our primary concern as ever with our favorite local french make up artist Sarah and Lidia as an assistant.


16 Mar 2017 no comments / READ MORE

Beach Retreat

Posted by Fabrice Gilbert in Advertising

Hard to top, right? But if anything can take on the challenge, the Viceroy Riviera Maya is surely it. This idyllic resort really knows luxury – no wonder it was booked out most weekends by New Yorkers escaping the (then) snow.

A Mayan blessing from the in-house shaman, a privilege granted to every guest, sets the mood for the next two days.

Guests' plunge pool and bedroom are in very close proximity 

Each guest – or couple, rather, this place seems geared towards romance – gets their own jungle villa, complete with private plunge pool, hammock and outdoor shower. The room was, as one would expect, beautifully appointed, but what was more impressive was that they’d really thought of everything.

We loved that they provided us with a mosquito-repelling kit (neither of us were bitten once), there was a bowl of apples in the room for snacking between meals, and even a couple of miniature bottles of Mezcal for a pre-dinner aperitif.

But the piece-de-resistance is undoubtedly the breathtaking location; a beautifully-maintained pool area nestles seamlessly into the white sandy beach.

The Viceroy Riviera Maya has two restaurants – the casual Coral Grill and Bar and the more romantic setting of La Marea, the latter a gourmet Mexican restaurant. Both restaurants can be quiet as many guests opt instead for the separate room service menu on offer. On the topic of noise, the resort is adult-only so bear that in mind if a family retreat is needed.

The impeccable yet unintrusive service is part of the appeal, as every little whim is catered for. Indeed, they’ve thought of everything from a soap concierge (yes, really) to complimentary diving shoes to brave the rocky shoreline.

This theme continues by the pool. Appropriately chic straw hats of various shapes and sizes are available to borrow alongside the beach towels.

Amenities include a highly-rated spa and yoga classes, but we never made it beyond the comfortable sunbeds on the beach.

In fact, it was all over far too soon. Call the shaman – we’re planning our return already.

Rates at the Viceroy Riviera Maya start at $393 (259.59) per night. For more information, visit Viceroyhotelsandresorts.com 

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/article-3004515/In-town-boutique-beach-retreat-Two-different-takes-Mexico-s-Playa-del-Carmen.html#ixzz3kNvphiui

11 Sep 2015 no comments / READ MORE

A fabulous in-town hotel boutique

Posted by Fabrice Gilbert in Advertising

The brand new Hotel Cacao was our first destination, a boutique five-star property situated bang in the middle of Playa del Carmen’s main pedestrianised strip. Though the street outside is buzzy, the hotel itself is incredibly tranquil, thanks in part to the main atrium’s waterfall wall and turtle-dwelling lily pond.

After half a day of travel from New York, my friend and I could not have been more delighted with our room. Generously-sized with two double beds, the wide window at one end overlooked a quiet side street, while the other end boasted a spacious bathroom with twin sinks, a rain shower and Missoni bath products.

The real highlight at Hotel Cacao though, is the rooftop infinity pool. To our joy, the space was not overcrowded when we pitched up at 2pm and we parked our exhausted selves on two plush sun loungers for the rest of the afternoon. There were plenty of parasols for fair-skinned guests and the staff were attentive and charming as they ferried over chilled wine and fresher-than-fresh ceviche. ‘Never. Leaving,’ we repeated to each other several times over.

Cacao’s own restaurant, Nibs, is considered one of the finest dining spots in town, so we were eager to check it out. Dinner can be enjoyed downstairs in the main restaurant, adjoining the lobby area, or – what appears to be the more popular option – at the rooftop bar by the pool.

Hungry for more: Nibs is considered one of the finest dining spots in town

Killer cocktails: We were sold several times over on the margaritas at Hotel Cacao’s rooftop bar

And what a dinner it is. It kicked off with a couple of killer margaritas and piping hot Yucatan ‘black bread’ which is cooked in plantain leaves and served in a paper bag. A series of impressive dishes ensued including plenty of lobster and a sensational chocolate-chili confection for dessert.

Hotel Cacao’s rooftop bar is fast becoming a scene and it was the perfect place for a post-dinner margarita.

We loved that the hotel’s location allowed us to check out other local bars and restaurants too, and is just a short walk to the beach. But you also have the option to not engage and simply recharge your batteries.

Hotel Cacao has a special promotion beginning in May, with rates starting at $184 (£121.54) per night including breakfast. For more information, visit Hotelcacao.com.mx 

Read more:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/article-3004515/In-town-boutique-beach-retreat-Two-different-takes-Mexico-s-Playa-del-Carmen.html#ixzz3kNuqiHbn

03 Sep 2015 no comments / READ MORE

Top 5 Tulum Restaurants

Posted by Fabrice Gilbert in Advertising


Quintana Roo is distinguished by the large variety of experiences it offers to tourists, and when adding in the foodie experiences it makes for an endless list of attractions to visit. I recently went to Tulum to visit places recommended by many of my local friends. These were mainly small food stalls, and I was very pleasantly surprised by the wonderful flavors they offer.


This enchanting bar located on Av. Tulum far from the hotel zone is a favorite with locals, and of those who venture off the beaten tourist track. With live music on the weekend, and an unpretentious menu full of authentic flavors of the Mexican Pacific and the Bajío highlands, but with a fancy touch that distinguishes Tulum, chef Alvaro Figueroa creates daily specials according to his inspiration.

You should try: Fried shredded pork tacos with a tuna ceviche topping, barbacoa tacos with a side of broth, and from their specialty menu, flash fried octopus with glazed pineapple.


Recently I had a fabulous client in Tulum who was a fanatic about eating a good baguette or croissant for breakfast. I went in search for the best bread in Tulum and I found that all suggestions led me to Le Bistro.

You should try: Their crepes are the best ones I have ever tried.


I simply love this place, it has a beautiful view and an enchanting decoration. The menu is fairly small, but I can honestly say that they treat all their dishes with much care in both preparation and presentation.

You should try: Excellent Eggs Benedict, which is no easy feat, and unusually large portions for a restaurant in the Tulum hotel zone.


It has agreements to support local providers. The hotel has a clay oven where delicious artisan bread is baked, a fresh, delicious salad bar. Chef Ulises González has integrated both traditional Mexican and Mayan flavors with ingenuity and a little experimentation.

You should try: The excellent lime soup, which is a great option, especially if you were at their famous full moon party the night before.


This place has an incredible reputation that it has maintained over the years. With its vintage conceptual design and an Italian influenced menu, simple but meticulously well done with quality ingredients. Not the cheapest, but every penny to try.

You should try: The homemade pasta.

When in Tulum, don’t forget to try the variety of flavors to enhance your culinary experiences.


31 Août 2015 no comments / READ MORE

Best Restaurants in Tulum: Where to Eat in the Village

Posted by Fabrice Gilbert in Advertising

Tulum town, or Tulum pueblo as it is called by the locals, has developed in the recent years from an unknown Mexican village dotted only by a few backpackers to a town with a strong international community.

You can see the town grow almost every day. There is always something new going on in the pueblo. A new restaurant opens its doors, a new fashion shop or bar put a sign up, a new street develops…



30 Mar 2015 no comments / READ MORE

Donde te escondes Valentin.

Posted by Fabrice Gilbert in Advertising, Events, Movies

Fabrice Gilbert Productions is very proud to have been part of the shooting of the movie « Donde te escondes Valentin » bringing support, coaching and coordination.
8 short film shooted in 1 day, the same day, with no professional and students in Cine.
Was fabulous to give the opportunity to no professional to be part of a movie and to exhibit it in public last February 14th in Cancun.

Short start 12mn10.

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18 Fév 2015 no comments / READ MORE

Fly in Mexico.

Posted by Fabrice Gilbert in Advertising, Partner

Enjoy the spectacular views of the Riviera Maya coast from heights of more than 1000 ft/300 m.
Flying through the air over turquoise blue waters, white sandy beaches, amazing reefs and dense jungle is a fabulous experience.


23 Sep 2014 no comments / READ MORE

Tulum: A hipsters paradise?

Posted by Fabrice Gilbert in Advertising

In just 15 years, the tiny Mexican village of Tulum has turned from a cheap and chilled-out backpackers’ paradise to the ultimate in barefoot chic, populated by bearded hipsters and tattooed girls in carefully mis-matched bikinis…

Situated on the strip of silvery sand which separates the jungle from Mexico’s only Caribbean coastline, it’s an easy hour and a half away from Cancun and the nearest airport.



29 Juil 2014 no comments / READ MORE

The new website is ready

Posted by Fabrice Gilbert in Advertising

We are very happy to present our new website. A exclusive new design more ergonomic on the mobile devices, with bigger pictures, more informations about us.

Best Regards

Fabrice Gilbert.


25 Fév 2014 no comments / READ MORE