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Film France, a state-funding agency (supported by the CNC) in charge of promoting France, is the first stop for foreign production companies and individuals preparing to film in France.

A network of 41 local film commissions throughout the country offers free information on locations, crews, labour rates and facilities.

Film France provides assistance with contacting appropriate agencies regarding immigration/work permits and filming permits, as well as information regarding labour rates, studio facilities, post-production facilities and suppliers. Nowhere else in Europe will you find such a large diversity of locations combined with a highly skilled workforce.

Film France also provides information about coproduction opportunities in France and assists foreign producer who want to apply for the TRIP (Tax Rebate for International Production).

Film France is supported by: logoCNC
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Network of 41 film commissions

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ECLA Aquitaine

Aquitaine Film Commission - Aquitaine Tournages
Bâtiment 36-37
Rue des Terres Neuves
33130 Bègles

Tel : +33 (0)5 47 50 10 06
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Mia Billard
Anne-Laure Jouanne
Aquitaine, filmmaking as fine as wine Aquitaine film commission (Bordeaux region) provides a wide-range of support services for the film and audiovisual industry in Aquitaine and facilitates the needs of film and audiovisual professionals who wish to film on-location in Aquitaine: short films, feature films, television dramas, documentaries, animated films, web series, or commercials. With its network of local film commissions (Dordogne, Gironde, Lot et Garonne and Pyrénées-Atlantiques), the commission is an active building tool for cultural and economic development. Aquitaine is France’s third largest region representing 41,308 km2 divided into five “départements”: Dordogne, Gironde, Landes, Lot-et-Garonne, and Pyrénées-Atlantiques, 3 hours by train, one hour by plane from Paris. Aquitaine is famed for the diversity of its landscapes, the quality of its natural environment, and the richness of its historical and cultural heritage, its people, mild climate and invigorating Atlantic air. Aquitaine’s human and technical resources There are numerous trained crews, also bilingual, a large number of actors as well as technical vendors/ providers, also in post production & VFX. Contacts Bordeaux: Yane lahaye - - 33 6 80 21 98 41 / Mia Billard -

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