Frequently asked questions
How long does it take to complete a project?
On average, final product delivery is usually within 30 days after the last day of production, unless project is deemed on a rush timeline and stated on estimate or on the invoice and agreed upon.
How much do your services cost?
Each project is unique! There are many variables to consider when costing out any project such as the amount of content required, complexity of the shoot, number of locations, talents, props, drone shots, etc. We customize our quotes based on each project needs and ensure that our budgets are fair without compromising on quality. As a rule of thumb, a typical commercial or video clip will last 2 to 3 days, a corporate film 1 to 3 days, and a documentary 15 to 20 days. Email us with the details of your next project and we will send you an adapted quote.
What format do you shoot in and provide the final product?
We always shoot in high definition formats, typically 1080p. We supply the completed projects in digital formats such as .mov .mp4 .wmv among others upon request and physical format such as DVD (standard definition), BluRay (720p/1080p) and USB drives.
Can we shoot our own video and have you edit?
Absolutely! We’re happy to work with your pre-captured media of any format. You can bring in a producer or director to sit in with our editor, or you can hire one of our Producers.
Still have questions?
Call us (+509) 4893-2841 or email us firstname.lastname@example.org
Can you produce my commercial, TV show or film?
Yes. If you have the idea and budget we have a team of writers, producers, directors, editors and technicians standing by to make your vision a reality.
Do you rent video/film production gear?
Absolutely! Check the rental page and give us a call or email us to get more details about the packages.
Do you work with ad agencies?
Yes. We’ve worked with some awesome brand agencies locally and internationally and it’s been a blast.
I have an idea, can you develop it?
Totally! In fact, most of our clients hire us for the creative process before we even price out the video project! We serve as a content extension and creative brain to many different agencies and brands. Want to be an agency that can take advantage of this too? Give us a call!
Do you rent production studios?
Of course! We are the perfect choice-fitting small to big production projects. Our experienced team will be happy to save you time and money in terms of camera, lighting, grips, accessories and props. Our facility includes 3 main studios that are rented half-day or full day basis.
Once the video is shot, how many revisions or re-edits do I get?
3 rounds of revisions are usually included, unless otherwise stated on estimate or invoice and agreed upon. Yet, we are pretty flexible!
Why does the camera used has an impact on the price?
Equipment fees are in place primarily because the equipment (cameras, lenses, rigs, etc.) is sensitive, and regular wear and tear leads to equipment maintenance. The more expensive the piece of equipment, the more expensive the maintenance, the data processing or labor intensive the workflow can be.
Do you collaborate with agencies and other production companies?
Of course! We love working alongside other creatives while respecting their boundaries for the project and maintaining a high level of professionalism while cultivating excellence. We like to have fun and get stuff done. Our studio can service any level of advertising agency, marketing firm or production company in need of a media partner to accommodate their needs.
Are there any tax incentives to shoot in Haiti?
Tax Incentives. At present there are no tax incentives for foreign commercials or films shooting in Haiti.
Do I need a permit to shoot in Haiti?
Most locations are possible given time, money and a good fixer. Haiti has few restrictions to filming. Drone filming is possible. Permits are generally not required for shooting b-roll around Port-au-Prince. Shoots that require exclusive use of public space or traffic control require permits. We can take full charge of the permits, authorizations and legal requirements to shoot in Haiti. When permit is not needed, our fixer will negotiate access directly with the locals or relevant authorities. Donations may be required.
Do you offer production support services?
Muska Group has fully vetted, locally based fixers, producers, production assistants, directors, DP’s, videographers, cameramen, camera operators, camera assistants, sound operators, grips, gaffers, hair and makeup artists, production drivers, photographers, and a range of other film crew.
We are capable of handling as much production responsibility as required and have staffing capability to make sure that we can meet whatever a production requires within the budget constraints of the project.
We provide services for :
Props, talent and wardrobe Set production