Moroccan Center for Cinematography
The CCM (Centre Cinématographique Marocain)
was established by the Royal Decree of 9 January 1944, which makes it one of
the world’s oldest public establishments tasked with regulating and promoting film.
It is a public establishment that comes under the oversight of the Minister of Communication. It has legal personality and financial independence, and its main missions include: regulating and inspection of the various film sectors (Production, Distribution, Exploitation; regulating and inspecting audiovisual production; supporting the film industry; promoting Moroccan film and maintaining the archive of film heritage.
The CCM also: provides post-production services; manages the film library; operates a cinema (the “7ème Art” in Rabat); organises two festivals (the National Film Festival and the Mediterranean Short Film Festival of Tangier) and undertakes international co-operation in cinematography.
The CCM issues: film permits; professional cards; film-rating certificates and operating permits to producers and distributors (CINEMA, VIDEO, DVD, VCD), cinema operators, and video clubs.
The CCM works with civil and military authorities to facilitate additional requests for assistance or authorisation made by producers.
CCM RABAT : Avenue El Majd BP 421 Tel. +212537289200 Fax +212537798105/08
CCM CASABLANCA : Angle 24, boulevard Rachidi et boulevard Hassan I, 2ème étage Tel. +212522201962/202067 Fax +212522202031
E-mail : email@example.com
Website : www.ccm.ma