Czech Film Commission

The Czech Film Commission was established in 2004 to support audiovisual production in the Czech Republic and promote the country to international filmmakers as one of the world’s top destinations for international film productions.

The commission is a department of the Czech Film Fund and a member of the European Film Commissions Network (EUFCN) and the Association of Film Commissioners International (AFCI).

We provide consultation, guidance and contacts to incoming filmmakers and are the most comprehensive resource for information about filmmaking locally, from legal requirements and permits, to talent and tips on where to throw a wrap party. We link international filmmakers to the local audiovisual infrastructure and to local authorities. And the communication goes two ways. We also listen to the developing needs of film industry professionals and communicate those to municipal and state institutions to ensure the Czech Republic remains a competitive partner on a global level.

Our services include:

  • Providing all relevant information about conditions and possibilities for filming in the Czech Republic
  • Connecting producers with the right local service providers, crews, facilities and other partners for their projects
  • Assisting with preliminary location scouting
  • Providing consultation on the Czech rebate scheme
  • Acting as liaison with local authorities

Please contact us with your questions about shooting in the Czech Republic. We speak Filmmaking.