The MEDIA sub-programme of Creative Europe supports the EU film and audiovisual industries financially in the development, distribution and promotion of their work. It helps to launch projects with a European dimension and nurtures new technologies; it enables European films and audiovisual works including...
To encourage co-operation between professionals working in different countries by providing financial support to European co-productions.
The EFADs have three Working groups, dealing respectively with: cinema in the digital era, copyright and finght againts piracy and film education. They meet on regular basis in different countries and following the main topics on the agenda. You can also find our common Position papers and press-releases....
To develop a sustainable audiovisual industry, to encourage and support upcoming audiovisual talents and to promote a vibrant audiovisual culture in Flanders.
The Film and Audiovisual Centre's (Centre du cinéma et de l'audiovisuel) main objective is the support and promotion of audiovisual works through financial support mechanisms: scriptwriting, production, distribution, promotion, festivals, production collectivities. The Centre is also concerned by a...
To generate a structuring effect on the audiovisual industry in Wallonia
To increase Flanders' appeal to foreign productions and to generate a structuring effect on the audiovisual industry in Flanders.
To generate a structuring effect on the audiovisual industry in the Brussels Capital Region, screen.brussels provides funding (3M€/y) for all type of content - Fiction, Documentary, Animation, VR, TV series, Web series, Gaming - for all kind of screens (Theater, TV, Web, Mobile devices).
The Belgian Tax Shelter encourages the production of European audiovisual works by giving an incentive to Belgian companies that invest in them. The Producer company receives a direct , immediate and non refundable cash flow benefit in exchange of eligible expenses in Belgium and in the Economic European...
The Agence du Film Brabant Wallon provides assistance to professionals and encourages film production. It helps with preliminary location scouting and casting.
The ACFO handles over one hundred requests every year. It can help the producers of feature films, shorts, TV programmes, commercials, promotional films and graduation films, with finding the perfect location, providing full assistance and support for film crews and coordinating contacts between the...
BATCH offers services suitable on a case-by-case basis for each project, regarding decorating and shooting licenses. It helps professionals with logisitcs, informations and technical details in Hainaut.
The City Film Office is managed by the City of Bruges and comes under the Bruges Tourist Office. Its goal is to promote Bruges as a city of culture and a tourist destination by offering assistance to audiovisual productions. The City Film Office takes care of filming permit, assists professionals with...
CLAPs assistance with projects consists of a range of services provided free of charge: location scouting, administrative support, casting organisation, press relations management, contacts with local authorities, providing various information etc. CLAP also financially supports short films through...
The Ghent Film Office guides professionals through their search for specific film locations and takes care of all permits. It helps with the administration and asks in the internal network like the Police Department, the Fire Department, etc. It can also give logistic support by lending all types of...
Location Flanders is the first stop to a network of local film offices providing information, introductions and support to filmmakers, both internationally and nationally. It supplies information about Flanders as a location for features, television films and series, documentaries, music videos, commercials,...
The Ostend Film Office also covers the following adjoining municipalities: Mariakerke, Raversijde and Zandvoorde.
“The main mission of the screen.brussels film commission is to coordinate and facilitate all types of filming in the Brussels region. As part of visit.brussels, it has been serving as an interface between location managers and local authorities for 11 years. Concretely, it analyses the feasibility...