Filming permits

All film permits are issued by the Moroccan Center for Cinematography.
All production companies filming are required to complete an application form.
Click to download the filming Permit application form

The Filming Permit shall be issued within 15 days, starting on the day after submission of the completed application (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014).
Incomplete applications cannot be processed.

  • A request for a filming permit from the production company, signed and stamped by the company manager and addressed to the Director of the MFC (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014);
  • The Filming Permit application form , duly completed, signed, and stamped by the company manager (available on this web site).
  • A copy of the script in Arabic or French
  • A film synopsis in Arabic or French
  • A list of technicians recruited during filming who hold the PIC (Professional Identity Card), trainees registered with the MFC, and persons holding qualifications in the audiovisual field
  • The contracts of technicians recruited during filming must be submitted with the application (cf. the circular dated 18-03-2004). Other contracts must be submitted to the MFC before the start of filming, or within 5 days of the said contract being signed
  • The Production Manager must be a Moroccan national and a PIC holder
  • The minimum number of technicians to be recruited during filming who are holders of PICs issued by the MFC is 12. Of that number, at least 7 must be chief operators (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004)
  • The production company must recruit one trainee for every 8 PIC-holding technicians. Trainees must be recruited from those already entered on the trainee list that is available from the MFC together with their registration numbers (cf. Law 20-99)
  • The work schedule (cf. the circular dated 19-07-2004)
  • The call sheet for each day’s filming must be submitted to the MFC on the eve of filming (cf. the circular dated 05-03-2015);
  • Evidence of having paid the Filming Permit fee pursuant to the current scale of charges
  • A copy of the attestation that the script has been entered in the Public Register of Moroccan Film
  • Evidence of qualification from the country of origin or copy of the Professional Identity Card for foreign technicians who are recruited to fill posts in the production of Moroccan films (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004).

The Filming Permit shall be issued within 15 days, starting on the day after submission of the completed application (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014).
Incomplete applications cannot be processed.

  • A request for a filming permit from the production company, signed and stamped by the company manager and addressed to the Director of the MFC (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014)
  • The Filming Permit application form, duly completed, signed, and stamped by the company manager (available on this web site)
  • A copy of the script in Arabic or French
  • A film synopsis in Arabic or French
  • The co-production contract, duly signed and stamped by the co-producers
  • A list of technicians recruited during filming who hold the PIC (Professional Identity Card), trainees registered with the MFC, and persons holding qualifications in the audiovisual field
  • The contracts of technicians recruited during filming must be submitted with the application (cf. the circular dated 18-03-2004) . Other contracts must be submitted to the MFC before the start of filming, or within 5 days of the said contract being signed
  • The Production Manager must be a Moroccan national and a PIC holder
  • The minimum number of technicians to be recruited during filming who are holders of PICs issued by the MFC is 12. Of that number, at least 5 must be chief operators (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004)
  • The production company must recruit one trainee for every 8 PIC-holding technicians. Trainees must be recruited from those already entered on the trainee list that is available from the MFC together with their registration numbers (cf. Law 20-99)
  • The work schedule (cf. the circular dated 19-07-2004)
  • The call sheet for each day’s filming must be submitted to the MFC on the eve of filming (cf. the circular dated 05-03-2015)
  • Evidence of having paid the Filming Permit fee pursuant to the current scale of charges
  • A copy of the attestation that the script has been entered in the Public Register of Moroccan Film
  • Evidence of qualification from the country of origin or copy of the Professional Identity Card for foreign technicians who are recruited to fill posts in the production of Moroccan films (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004);

The Filming Permit shall be issued within 30 days, starting on the day after submission of the completed application (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014).
Incomplete applications cannot be processed.

  • A request for a filming permit from the production company, signed and stamped by the company manager and addressed to the Director of the MFC (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014)
  • The Filming Permit application form, duly completed, signed, and stamped by the company manager (available on this web site)
  • A copy of the script in Arabic or French
  • A film synopsis in Arabic or French
  • The contract with the television channel, costed, signed and stamped by the contracting parties
  • Where applicable, the co-production contract, duly signed and stamped by the co-producers
  • A list of technicians recruited during filming who hold the PIC (Professional Identity Card), trainees registered with the MFC, and persons holding qualifications in the audiovisual field
  • The contracts of technicians recruited during filming must be submitted with the application (cf. the circular dated 18-03-2004) . Other contracts must be submitted to the MFC before the start of filming, or within 5 days of the said contract being signed
  • The Production Manager must be a Moroccan national and a PIC holder
  • The minimum number of technicians to be recruited during filming who are holders of PICs issued by the MFC is 6. Of that number, at least 3 must be chief operators (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004);
  • The production company must recruit one trainee for every 8 PIC-holding technicians. Trainees must be recruited from those already entered on the trainee list that is available from the MFC together with their registration numbers (cf. Law 20-99)
  • The work schedule (cf. the circular dated 19-07-2004)
  • The call sheet for each day’s filming must be submitted to the MFC on the eve of filming (cf. the circular dated 05-03-2015)
  • Evidence of having paid the Filming Permit fee pursuant to the current scale of charges
  • A copy of the attestation that the script has been entered in the Public Register of Moroccan Film
  • Evidence of qualification from the country of origin or copy of the Professional Identity Card for foreign technicians who are recruited to fill posts in the production of Moroccan films (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004).

The Filming Permit shall be issued within 15 days, starting on the day after submission of the completed application (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014).
Incomplete applications cannot be processed.

  • A request for a filming permit from the production company, signed and stamped by the company manager and addressed to the Director of the MFC (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014)
  • The Filming Permit application form, duly completed, signed, and stamped by the company manager (available on this web site)
  • A copy of the script in Arabic or French
  • A film synopsis in Arabic or French
  • The contract with the television channel, costed, signed and stamped by the contracting parties
  • Where applicable, the co-production contract, duly signed and stamped by the co-producers
  • A list of technicians recruited during filming who hold the PIC (Professional Identity Card), trainees registered with the MFC, and persons holding qualifications in the audiovisual field
  • The contracts of technicians recruited during filming must be submitted with the application (cf. the circular dated 18-03-2004) . Other contracts must be submitted to the MFC before the start of filming, or within 5 days of the said contract being signed
  • The Production Manager must be a Moroccan national and a PIC holder
  • The minimum number of technicians to be recruited during filming who are holders of PICs issued by the MFC is 5. Of that number, at least 3 must be chief operators (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004);
  • The production company must recruit one trainee for every 8 PIC-holding technicians. Trainees must be recruited from those already entered on the trainee list that is available from the MFC together with their registration numbers (cf. Law 20-99)
  • The work schedule (cf. the circular dated 19-07-2004)
  • The call sheet for each day’s filming must be submitted to the MFC on the eve of filming (cf. the circular dated 05-03-2015)
  • Evidence of having paid the Filming Permit fee pursuant to the current scale of charges
  • A copy of the attestation that the script has been entered in the Public Register of Moroccan Film
  • Evidence of qualification from the country of origin or copy of the Professional Identity Card for foreign technicians who are recruited to fill posts in the production of Moroccan films (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004)

The Filming Permit shall be issued within 7 days, starting on the day after submission of the completed application (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014).
Incomplete applications cannot be processed.

  • A request for a filming permit from the production company, signed and stamped by the company manager and addressed to the Director of the MFC (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014)
  • The Filming Permit application form, duly completed, signed, and stamped by the company manager (available on this web site)
  • A copy of the script in Arabic or French
  • A film synopsis in Arabic or French
  • Where applicable, the co-production contract, duly signed and stamped by the co-producers
  • A list of technicians recruited during filming who hold the PIC (Professional Identity Card), trainees registered with the MFC, and persons holding qualifications in the audiovisual field
  • The contracts of technicians recruited during filming must be submitted with the application (cf. the circular dated 18-03-2004) . Other contracts must be submitted to the MFC before the start of filming, or within 5 days of the said contract being signed
  • The minimum number of technicians to be recruited during filming who are holders of Professional Identity Cards (PICs) issued by the MFC is 2 chief operators (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004)
  • The production company must recruit one trainee for every 8 PIC-holding technicians. Trainees must be recruited from those already entered on the trainee list that is available from the MFC together with their registration numbers (cf. Law 20-99)
  • The work schedule (cf. the circular dated 19-07-2004)
  • The call sheet for each day’s filming must be submitted to the MFC on the eve of filming (cf. the circular dated 05-03-2015)
  • Evidence of having paid the Filming Permit fee pursuant to the current scale of charges
  • A copy of the attestation that the script has been entered in the Public Register of Moroccan Film
  • Evidence of qualification from the country of origin or copy of the Professional Identity Card for foreign technicians who are recruited to fill posts in the production of Moroccan films (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004)

The Filming Permit shall be issued within 7 days, starting on the day after submission of the completed application (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014).
Incomplete applications cannot be processed.

  • A request for a filming permit from the production company, signed and stamped by the company manager and addressed to the Director of the MFC (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014)
  • The Filming Permit application form, duly completed, signed, and stamped by the company manager (available on this web site)
  • A copy of the script or brief in Arabic or French
  • The story board, if applicable
  • The legalised contract with the artist (original version or certified copy of the original) giving the title(s) of the song(s)
  • Where applicable, the co-production contract, duly signed and stamped by the co-producers
  • A list of technicians recruited during filming who hold the PIC, trainees registered with the MFC, and persons holding qualifications in the audiovisual field
  • The contracts of technicians recruited during filming must be submitted with the application (cf. the circular dated 18-03-2004) . Other contracts must be submitted to the MFC before the start of filming, or within 5 days of the said contract being signed
  • The production company must recruit one trainee for every 8 PIC-holding technicians. Trainees must be recruited from those already entered on the trainee list that is available from the MFC together with their registration numbers (cf. Law 20-99)
  • The work schedule (cf. the circular dated 19-07-2004)
  • The call sheet for each day’s filming must be submitted to the MFC on the eve of filming (cf. the circular dated 05-03-2015)
  • Evidence of having paid the Filming Permit fee pursuant to the current scale of charges
  • A copy of the attestation that the script has been entered in the Public Register of Moroccan Film
  • Evidence of qualification from the country of origin or copy of the Professional Identity Card for foreign technicians who are recruited to fill posts in the production of Moroccan films (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004)

The Filming Permit shall be issued within 3 days, starting on the day after submission of the completed application (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014).
Incomplete applications cannot be processed.

  • A request for a filming permit from the production company, signed and stamped by the company manager and addressed to the Director of the MFC (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014)
  • The Filming Permit application form, duly completed, signed, and stamped by the company manager (available on this web site)
  • The purchase order, costed, signed, and stamped by the sponsoring company. The purchase order must give the signatory’s name
  • A copy of the brief in Arabic or French
  • The story board, if applicable
  • A detailed concept
  • A list of technicians recruited during filming who hold the PIC (Professional Identity Card), trainees registered with the MFC, and persons holding qualifications in the audiovisual field
  • The contracts of technicians recruited during filming must be submitted with the application (cf. the circular dated 18-03-2004) . Other contracts must be submitted to the MFC before the start of filming, or within 5 days of the said contract being signed
  • The Production Manager must be a Moroccan national and a PIC holder
  • The minimum number of technicians to be recruited during filming who are holders of PICs issued by the MFC is 5. Of that number, at least 3 must be chief operators (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004);
  • The production company must recruit one trainee for every 8 PIC-holding technicians. Trainees must be recruited from those already entered on the trainee list that is available from the MFC together with their registration numbers (cf. Law 20-99)
  • The work schedule (cf. the circular dated 19-07-2004)
  • The call sheet for each day’s filming must be submitted to the MFC on the eve of filming (cf. the circular dated 05-03-2015)
  • Evidence of having paid the Filming Permit fee pursuant to the current scale of charges
  • Evidence of qualification from the country of origin or copy of the Professional Identity Card for foreign technicians who are recruited to fill posts in the production of Moroccan films (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004)

The Filming Permit shall be issued within 3 days, starting on the day after submission of the completed application (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014).
Incomplete applications cannot be processed

  • A request for a filming permit from the production company, signed and stamped by the company manager and addressed to the Director of the MFC (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014)
  • The Filming Permit application form, duly completed, signed, and stamped by the company manager (available on this web site)
  • A copy of the brief in Arabic or French
  • The story board, if applicable
  • A detailed concept
  • The purchase order, costed, signed, and stamped by the sponsoring company. The purchase order must give the signatory’s name
  • A list of technicians recruited during filming who hold the PIC (Professional Identity Card), trainees registered with the MFC, and persons holding qualifications in the audiovisual field
  • The contracts of technicians recruited during filming must be submitted with the application (cf. the circular dated 18-03-2004) . Other contracts must be submitted to the MFC before the start of filming, or within 5 days of the said contract being signed
  • The Production Manager must be a Moroccan national and a PIC holder
  • The minimum number of technicians to be recruited during filming who are holders of PICs issued by the MFC is 5. Of that number, at least 2 must be chief operators (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004);
  • The production company must recruit one trainee for every 8 PIC-holding technicians. Trainees must be recruited from those already entered on the trainee list that is available from the MFC together with their registration numbers (cf. Law 20-99)
  • The work schedule (cf. the circular dated 19-07-2004)
  • The call sheet for each day’s filming must be submitted to the MFC on the eve of filming (cf. the circular dated 05-03-2015)
  • Evidence of having paid the Filming Permit fee pursuant to the current scale of charges
  • Evidence of qualification from the country of origin or copy of the Professional Identity Card for foreign technicians who are recruited to fill posts in the production of Moroccan films (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004)

The Filming Permit shall be issued within 21 days, starting on the day after submission of the completed application (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014)
Incomplete applications cannot be processed.

  • A request for a filming permit from the production company, signed and stamped by the company manager and addressed to the Director of the MFC (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014)
  • The Filming Permit application form, duly completed, signed, and stamped by the company manager (available on this web site)
  • A detailed concept
  • A copy of the brief in Arabic or French
  • Where applicable, the co-production contract, duly signed and stamped by the co-producers
  • The contract with the television channel, costed, signed and stamped by the contracting parties
  • A list of technicians recruited during filming who hold the PIC (Professional Identity Card), trainees registered with the MFC, and persons holding qualifications in the audiovisual field
  • The contracts of technicians recruited during filming must be submitted with the application (cf. the circular dated 18-03-2004) . Other contracts must be submitted to the MFC before the start of filming, or within 5 days of the said contract being signed
  • The minimum number of technicians to be recruited during filming who are holders of Professional Identity Cards (PICs) issued by the MFC is 2 chief operators (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004);
  • The production company must recruit one trainee for every 8 PIC-holding technicians. Trainees must be recruited from those already entered on the trainee list that is available from the MFC together with their registration numbers (cf. Law 20-99)
  • The work schedule (cf. the circular dated 19-07-2004)
  • The call sheet for each day’s filming must be submitted to the MFC on the eve of filming (cf. the circular dated 05-03-2015)
  • A copy of the attestation that the script has been entered in the Public Register of Moroccan Film
  • Evidence of qualification from the country of origin or copy of the Professional Identity Card for foreign technicians who are recruited to fill posts in the production of Moroccan films (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004).

The Filming Permit shall be issued within 21 days, starting on the day after submission of the completed application (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014).
Incomplete applications cannot be processed.

  • A request for a filming permit from the production company, signed and stamped by the company manager and addressed to the Director of the MFC (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014)
  • The Filming Permit application form, duly completed, signed, and stamped by the company manager (available on this web site)
  • The contract with the television channel, costed, signed and stamped by the contracting parties
  • Where applicable, the co-production contract, duly signed and stamped by the co-producers
  • In the absence of a broadcaster, an undertaking signed and stamped by the manager of the production company, attesting to the fact that the documentary or report project shall be produced by the production company using its own resources, and that it is not a commission for a third party
  • The purchase order, costed, signed, and stamped by the sponsoring company. The purchase order must give the signatory’s name
  • A detailed concept
  • A list of technicians recruited during filming who hold the PIC (Professional Identity Card), trainees registered with the MFC, and persons holding qualifications in the audiovisual field
  • The contracts of technicians recruited during filming must be submitted with the application (cf. the circular dated 18-03-2004) . Other contracts must be submitted to the MFC before the start of filming, or within 5 days of the said contract being signed
  • The minimum number of technicians to be recruited during filming who are holders of Professional Identity Cards (PICs) issued by the MFC is 2 chief operators for a commissioned production, and 2 PIC-holding technicians for an in-house production by the company itself (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004);
  • The production company must recruit one trainee for every 8 PIC-holding technicians. Trainees must be recruited from those already entered on the trainee list that is available from the MFC together with their registration numbers (cf. Law 20-99)
  • The work schedule (cf. the circular dated 19-07-2004)
  • The call sheet for each day’s filming must be submitted to the MFC on the eve of filming (cf. the circular dated 05-03-2015)
  • Evidence of qualification from the country of origin or copy of the Professional Identity Card for foreign technicians who are recruited to fill posts in the production of Moroccan films (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004).

The Filming Permit shall be issued within 7 days, starting on the day after submission of the completed application (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014).
Incomplete applications cannot be processed.

  • A request for a filming permit from the production company, signed and stamped by the company manager and addressed to the Director of the MFC (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014)
  • The Filming Permit application form, duly completed, signed, and stamped by the company manager (available on this web site)
  • For plays and sketches only, a copy of the script in Arabic or French
  • Where applicable, the co-production contract, duly signed and stamped by the co-producers
  • A list of technicians recruited during filming who hold the PIC (Professional Identity Card), trainees registered with the MFC, and persons holding qualifications in the audiovisual field
  • The contracts of technicians recruited during filming must be submitted with the application (cf. the circular dated 18-03-2004) . Other contracts must be submitted to the MFC before the start of filming, or within 5 days of the said contract being signed
  • The minimum number of technicians to be recruited during filming who are holders of Professional Identity Cards (PICs) issued by the MFC is 2 chief operators (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004)
  • The production company must recruit one trainee for every 8 PIC-holding technicians. Trainees must be recruited from those already entered on the trainee list that is available from the MFC together with their registration numbers (cf. Law 20-99)
  • The work schedule (cf. the circular dated 19-07-2004)
  • The call sheet for each day’s filming must be submitted to the MFC on the eve of filming (cf. the circular dated 05-03-2015)
  • Evidence of having paid the Filming Permit fee pursuant to the current scale of charges
  • The contract with the television channel, costed, signed and stamped by the contracting parties
  • A copy of the attestation that the script has been entered in the Public Register of Moroccan Film
  • Evidence of qualification from the country of origin or copy of the Professional Identity Card for foreign technicians who are recruited to fill posts in the production of Moroccan films (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004).

The Filming Permit shall be issued within 5 days, starting on the day after submission of the completed application (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014).
Incomplete applications cannot be processed.

  • A request for a filming permit from the production company, signed and stamped by the company manager and addressed to the Director of the MFC (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014)
  • The Filming Permit application form, duly completed, signed, and stamped by the company manager (available on this web site)
  • A film synopsis in Arabic or French
  • A detailed concept
  • In the absence of a broadcaster, an undertaking signed and stamped by the manager of the production company, attesting to the fact that the documentary, programme, or report project shall be produced by the production company using its own resources, and that it is not a commission for a third party
  • A list of technicians recruited during filming who hold the PIC (Professional Identity Card), trainees registered with the MFC, and persons holding qualifications in the audiovisual field
  • The contracts of technicians recruited during filming must be submitted with the application (cf. the circular dated 18-03-2004) . Other contracts must be submitted to the MFC before the start of filming, or within 5 days of the said contract being signed
  • The minimum number of technicians to be recruited during filming who are holders of Professional Identity Cards (PICs) issued by the MFC is 2 (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004)
  • The production company must recruit one trainee for every 8 PIC-holding technicians. Trainees must be recruited from those already entered on the trainee list that is available from the MFC together with their registration numbers (cf. Law 20-99)
  • The work schedule (cf. the circular dated 19-07-2004)
  • The call sheet for each day’s filming must be submitted to the MFC on the eve of filming (cf. the circular dated 05-03-2015)
  • Evidence of qualification from the country of origin or copy of the Professional Identity Card for foreign technicians who are recruited to fill posts in the production of Moroccan films (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004).

The Filming Permit application must be submitted 21 days in advance (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014).

  • A request for a filming permit from the production company, signed and stamped by the company manager and addressed to the Director of the MFC (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014)
  • The Filming Permit application form, duly completed, signed, and stamped by the company manager (available on this web site)
  • A film synopsis in Arabic or French
  • A detailed concept
  • The purchase order, costed, signed, and stamped by the sponsoring company. The purchase order must give the signatory’s name
  • A list of technicians recruited during filming who hold the PIC (Professional Identity Card), trainees registered with the MFC, and persons holding qualifications in the audiovisual field
  • The contracts of technicians recruited during filming must be submitted with the application (cf. the circular dated 18-03-2004) . Other contracts must be submitted to the MFC before the start of filming, or within 5 days of the said contract being signed
  • The minimum number of technicians to be recruited during filming who are holders of Professional Identity Cards (PICs) issued by the MFC is 2 chief operators (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004);
  • The production company must recruit one trainee for every 8 PIC-holding technicians. Trainees must be recruited from those already entered on the trainee list that is available from the MFC together with their registration numbers (cf. Law 20-99)
  • The work schedule (cf. the circular dated 19-07-2004)
  • The call sheet for each day’s filming must be submitted to the MFC on the eve of filming (cf. the circular dated 05-03-2015)
  • Evidence of qualification from the country of origin or copy of the Professional Identity Card for foreign technicians who are recruited to fill posts in the production of Moroccan films (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004).

The Filming Permit application must be submitted 5 days in advance (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014)

  • A request for a filming permit from the production company, signed and stamped by the company manager and addressed to the Director of the MFC (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014)
  • The Filming Permit application form, duly completed, signed, and stamped by the company manager (available on this web site)
  • A film synopsis in Arabic or French
  • A detailed concept
  • The purchase order, costed, signed, and stamped by the sponsoring company. The purchase order must give the signatory’s name
  • A list of technicians recruited during filming who hold the PIC (Professional Identity Card), trainees registered with the MFC, and persons holding qualifications in the audiovisual field
  • The contracts of technicians recruited during filming must be submitted with the application (cf. the circular dated 18-03-2004) . Other contracts must be submitted to the MFC before the start of filming, or within 5 days of the said contract being signed
  • The minimum number of technicians to be recruited during filming who are holders of Professional Identity Cards (PICs) issued by the MFC is 2 chief operators (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004);
  • The production company must recruit one trainee for every 8 PIC-holding technicians. Trainees must be recruited from those already entered on the trainee list that is available from the MFC together with their registration numbers (cf. Law 20-99)
  • The work schedule (cf. the circular dated 19-07-2004)
  • The call sheet for each day’s filming must be submitted to the MFC on the eve of filming (cf. the circular dated 05-03-2015)
  • Evidence of qualification from the country of origin or copy of the Professional Identity Card for foreign technicians who are recruited to fill posts in the production of Moroccan films (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004).

The Filming Permit shall be issued within 15 days, starting on the day after submission of the completed application (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014).
Incomplete applications cannot be processed.

  • A request for a filming permit, signed and stamped by the manager of the Moroccan company approved for executive production and addressed to the Director of the MFC (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014)
  • The Filming Permit application form, duly completed, signed, and stamped by the company manager (available on this web site)
  • Repatriation undertakings, duly signed and stamped by the Moroccan company and the foreign company (cf. the undertaking dated 14-04-2015 on this web site)
  • A copy of the script in Arabic or French
  • A film synopsis in Arabic or French
  • A duly signed and stamped accreditation by the foreign company in favour of the Moroccan executive-production company
  • A list of foreign technicians, and of Moroccan technicians across all specialisms with their PIC numbers issued by the MFC, whilst respecting the quota of 25% Moroccan technicians specified in Law 20-99 (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004)
  • The contracts entered into with the film’s Moroccan technical-artistic team, duly signed and stamped by the contracting parties, must be submitted with the application (cf. the circular dated 18-03-2004). Other contracts must be submitted to the MFC before the start of filming, or within 5 days of the said contract being signed
  • The Production Manager must be a Moroccan national and a PIC holder
  • The production company must recruit one trainee for every 8 PIC-holding technicians. Trainees must be recruited from those already entered on the trainee list that is available from the MFC together with their registration numbers (cf. Law 20-99)
  • The work schedule (cf. the circular dated 19-07-2004)
  • The call sheet for each day’s filming must be submitted to the MFC on the eve of filming (cf. the circular dated 05-03-2015)
  • Evidence of having paid the Filming Permit fee pursuant to the current scale of charges
  • Bank attestation of the turnover achieved by the foreign production in Morocco before the end of the month following the last day of shooting (cf. the circular dated 29-1-2015 on this web site)

The Filming Permit shall be issued within 15 days (30 days for series that are over 120 minutes long), starting on the day after submission of the completed application (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014).
Incomplete applications cannot be processed.

  • A request for a filming permit, signed and stamped by the manager of the Moroccan company approved for executive production and addressed to the Director of the MFC (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014)
  • The Filming Permit application form, duly completed, signed, and stamped by the company manager (available on this web site)
  • Repatriation undertakings, duly signed and stamped by the Moroccan company and the foreign company (cf. the undertaking dated 14-04-2015 on this web site)
  • A copy of the script in Arabic or French
  • A film synopsis in Arabic or French
  • The name of the broadcasting channel
  • A duly signed and stamped accreditation by the foreign company in favour of the Moroccan service-provision company
  • A list of foreign technicians, and of Moroccan technicians across all specialisms with their PIC numbers issued by the MFC, whilst respecting the quota of 25% Moroccan technicians specified in Law 20-99 (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004)
  • The contracts entered into with the film’s Moroccan technical-artistic team, duly signed and stamped by the contracting parties, must be submitted with the application (cf. the circular dated 18-03-2004). Other contracts must be submitted to the MFC before the start of filming, or within 5 days of the said contract being signed
  • A list of trainees, in the proportion of one trainee for every 8 PIC-holding technicians. Trainees must be recruited from those already entered on the trainee list that is available from the MFC together with their registration numbers (cf. Law 20-99)
  • The Production Manager must be a Moroccan national and a PIC holder
  • The production company must recruit one trainee for every 8 PIC-holding technicians. Trainees must be recruited from those already entered on the trainee list that is available from the MFC together with their registration numbers (cf. Law 20-99)
  • The work schedule (cf. the circular dated 19-07-2004)
  • The call sheet for each day’s filming must be submitted to the MFC on the eve of filming (cf. the circular dated 05-03-2015)
  • Evidence of having paid the Filming Permit fee pursuant to the current scale of charges
  • Bank attestation of the turnover achieved by the foreign production in Morocco before the end of the month following the last day of shooting (cf. the circular dated 29-1-2015 on this web site)

The Filming Permit shall be issued within 7 days, starting on the day after submission of the completed application (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014).
Tout dossier incomplet ne pourra être traité.

  • A request for a filming permit, signed and stamped by the manager of the Moroccan company approved for executive production and addressed to the Director of the MFC (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014)
  • The Filming Permit application form, duly completed, signed, and stamped by the company manager (available on this web site)
  • Repatriation undertakings, duly signed and stamped by the Moroccan company and the foreign company (cf. the undertaking dated 14-04-2015 on this web site)
  • A copy of the script in Arabic or French
  • A film synopsis in Arabic or French
  • A duly signed and stamped accreditation by the foreign company in favour of the Moroccan service-provision company
  • A list of foreign technicians, and of Moroccan technicians across all specialisms with their PIC numbers issued by the MFC, whilst respecting the quota of 25% Moroccan technicians specified in Law 20-99 (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004)
  • The contracts entered into with the film’s Moroccan technical-artistic team, duly signed and stamped by the contracting parties, must be submitted with the application (cf. the circular dated 18-03-2004). Other contracts must be submitted to the MFC before the start of filming, or within 5 days of the said contract being signed
  • The production company must recruit one trainee for every 8 PIC-holding technicians. Trainees must be recruited from those already entered on the trainee list that is available from the MFC together with their registration numbers (cf. Law 20-99)
  • The work schedule (cf. the circular dated 19-07-2004)
  • The call sheet for each day’s filming must be submitted to the MFC on the eve of filming (cf. the circular dated 05-03-2015)
  • Evidence of having paid the Filming Permit fee pursuant to the current scale of charges
  • Bank attestation of the turnover achieved by the foreign production in Morocco before the end of the month following the last day of shooting (cf. the circular dated 29-1-2015 on this web site)

The Filming Permit shall be issued within 7 days, starting on the day after submission of the completed application (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014).
Incomplete applications cannot be processed.

  • A request for a filming permit, signed and stamped by the manager of the Moroccan company approved for executive production and addressed to the Director of the MFC (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014)
  • The Filming Permit application form, duly completed, signed, and stamped by the company manager (available on this web site)
  • Repatriation undertakings, duly signed and stamped by the Moroccan company and the foreign company (cf. the undertaking dated 14-04-2015 on this web site)
  • Brief / dialogue / overview
  • A duly signed and stamped accreditation by the foreign company in favour of the Moroccan service-provision company
  • A list of foreign technicians, and of Moroccan technicians across all specialisms with their PIC numbers issued by the MFC, whilst respecting the quota of 25% Moroccan technicians specified in Law 20-99 (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004)
  • The contracts entered into with the film’s Moroccan technical-artistic team, duly signed and stamped by the contracting parties, must be submitted with the application (cf. the circular dated 18-03-2004). Other contracts must be submitted to the MFC before the start of filming, or within 5 days of the said contract being signed
  • The Production Manager must be a Moroccan national and a PIC holder
  • The production company must recruit one trainee for every 8 PIC-holding technicians. Trainees must be recruited from those already entered on the trainee list that is available from the MFC together with their registration numbers (cf. Law 20-99)
  • The work schedule (cf. the circular dated 19-07-2004)
  • The call sheet for each day’s filming must be submitted to the MFC on the eve of filming (cf. the circular dated 05-03-2015)
  • Evidence of having paid the Filming Permit fee pursuant to the current scale of charges
  • Bank attestation of the turnover achieved by the foreign production in Morocco before the end of the month following the last day of shooting (cf. the circular dated 29-1-2015 on this web site)

The Filming Permit shall be issued within 3 days, starting on the day after submission of the completed application (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014).
Incomplete applications cannot be processed.

  • A request for a filming permit, signed and stamped by the manager of the Moroccan company approved for executive production and addressed to the Director of the MFC (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014)
  • The Filming Permit application form, duly completed, signed, and stamped by the company manager (available on this web site)
  • Repatriation undertakings, duly signed and stamped by the Moroccan company and the foreign company (cf. the undertaking dated 14-04-2015 on this web site)
  • Brief
  • Story Board
  • Concept
  • A duly signed and stamped accreditation by the foreign company in favour of the Moroccan service-provision company
  • A list of foreign technicians, and of Moroccan technicians across all specialisms with their PIC numbers issued by the MFC, whilst respecting the quota of 25% Moroccan technicians specified in Law 20-99 (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004)
  • The contracts entered into with the film’s Moroccan technical-artistic team, duly signed and stamped by the contracting parties, must be submitted with the application (cf. the circular dated 18-03-2004). Other contracts must be submitted to the MFC before the start of filming, or within 5 days of the said contract being signed
  • The production company must recruit one trainee for every 8 PIC-holding technicians. Trainees must be recruited from those already entered on the trainee list that is available from the MFC together with their registration numbers (cf. Law 20-99)
  • The work schedule (cf. the circular dated 19-07-2004)
  • The call sheet for each day’s filming must be submitted to the MFC on the eve of filming (cf. the circular dated 05-03-2015)
  • Evidence of having paid the Filming Permit fee pursuant to the current scale of charges
  • Bank attestation of the turnover achieved by the foreign production in Morocco before the end of the month following the last day of shooting (cf. the circular dated 29-1-2015 on this web site)

The Filming Permit shall be issued within 3 days, starting on the day after submission of the completed application (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014).
Incomplete applications cannot be processed.

  • A request for a filming permit, signed and stamped by the manager of the Moroccan company approved for executive production and addressed to the Director of the MFC (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014)
  • The Filming Permit application form, duly completed, signed, and stamped by the company manager (available on this web site)
  • Repatriation undertakings, duly signed and stamped by the Moroccan company and the foreign company (cf. the undertaking dated 14-04-2015 on this web site)
  • Brief
  • Story Board
  • Concept
  • A duly signed and stamped accreditation by the foreign company in favour of the Moroccan service-provision company
  • A list of foreign technicians
  • The contracts entered into with the film’s Moroccan technical-artistic team, duly signed and stamped by the contracting parties, must be submitted with the application (cf. the circular dated 18-03-2004). Other contracts must be submitted to the MFC before the start of filming, or within 5 days of the said contract being signed
  • The work schedule (cf. the circular dated 19-07-2004)
  • The call sheet for each day’s filming must be submitted to the MFC on the eve of filming (cf. the circular dated 05-03-2015)
  • Evidence of having paid the Filming Permit fee pursuant to the current scale of charges
  • Bank attestation of the turnover achieved by the foreign production in Morocco before the end of the month following the last day of shooting (cf. the circular dated 29-1-2015 on this web site)
  • The minimum number of technicians to be recruited during filming who are holders of Professional Identity Cards (PICs) issued by the MFC is 3. Of that number, at least 1 must be a chief operator (cf. the circular dated 20-12-2004).

A request for a filming permit, signed and stamped by the manager of the Moroccan company approved for executive production and addressed to the Director of the MFC (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014).
Incomplete applications cannot be processed.

The Filming Permit shall be issued within 21 days, starting on the day after submission of the completed application (cf. the circular dated 28-11-2014).
Incomplete applications cannot be processed.