AIMIN Film Fund About AIM

Founded 1999, ART IN MOTION – MEXICO, S.A. DE C.V. has been the leading production services company in Latin America. AIMMEX has serviced most of the North American major Film Studios and has supported independent Mexican and international film-making. Over the years, AIM has built a long-standing relationship with the leading industry corporations; from Film Finances to Panavision, to EP, SAG, IATSE and the three most important Mexican Film Industry unions as well as relevant official institutions.

AIMMEX has a solid reputation of fairness, honesty, professionalism and personal care to our clients, our associates, our suppliers and our select network of human resources.  AIM has been a hub for artists, creative minds, industry professionals, technicians and financiers to develop, produce and distribute quality entertainment projects, particularly of feature films and episodic series, regardless of their nationality, complexity or budget size.

AIM’s principal is Ricardo Del Rio, who’s experience dates to 1983 starting in the film industry as a visual effects coordinator, editor and post-production supervisor in big budget Hollywood studio productions shot in Mexico like “Conan The Destroyer” and “Honey I Shrunk the Kids”, later working as production coordinator, production supervisor and Unit Production Manager for over 20 international feature films. For the past 18 years Ricardo Del Rio has been Line Producer, Co-Producer and Executive Producer but his credits also include films such as “Once Upon a Time in Mexico” and “Borderland” as 1st Assistant Director as well as “John Carpenter’s Vampires: Los Muertos”, “Deadly Swarm” and “Vantage Point” as 2nd Unit Director.

In 1999 Ricardo Del Río founded Art In Motion, managing or supervising the Mexico Units of films such as but no limited to “Kill Bill Vol. 2”, “The Cave”, and “Limitless”. Through Art In Motion he has also Co-Produced and Line Produced over a dozen American feature films including “Nacho Libre”, “The Matador”, “The Mexican”, and “Fast & Furious”. In the past three years Ricardo Del Rio Executive produced “Hands of Stone” and last year Ricardo Del Rio Line Produced the Cuba Units for “The Fate of the Furious” (Fast 8) and “Transformers V – The Last Knight” and “Everything, everything” as Co-Producer, partnering in tandem with ITACA Films.

As a co-founder of the National Film Commission – México and the Puerto Vallarta Film Commission, Ricardo Del Río has worked very closely with Mexican Unions and Official Institutions to help develop a reliable film industry that can provide quality services in Latin America to any production regardless of its nationality, complexity or budget size.