Having produced two feature films and a handful of TV commercials in the Greater Pheonix Metropolitan area, we not only have a deep understanding of the city itself and the surrounding geographic landscape.
Phoenix is incrediably film friendly so when you have a shoot where you need to shut down the entire block but only have a budget for a back yard, Phoenix is the place for you.
The city of Pheonix is located in the great Sonoran Desert, one of the lushest and most colorful deserts in all of the world. Breathtaking sunrises and beautiful sunsets provide the orange glow that only this part of the country can offer.
Phoenix has a subtropical desert climate, typical of the Sonoran Desert culminating in extremely hot summers and warm winters. The temperature reaches and exceeds 100°F (38°C), on average for 110 days of the year, including most days from late May through to early September. Highs top 110 °F (43 °C) an average of 18 days during the year.
Overnight lows greater than 80 °F (27 °C) occur frequently each summer, with the average July low being 81 °F (27 °C), and the average August low being80 °F (27 °C). Winter months are warm, with daily high temperatures ranging from the mid-60′s to low 70′s (18–22 °C), and low temperatures rarely dipping below 40 °F (4 °C).