New services on the Spain Film Commission's website for professionals and audiovisual production companies
A wide list of links to the Production Guidelines by Communities, to associations and entities of the audiovisual sector and to the national industry agreements is incorporated into the Shooting in Spain section.
The Spanish audiovisual industry has an important cast of professionals, technicians and artistic, multicultural, with training and experience in national and international filming, capable of assuming the most complex and comprehensive roles in international teams.
The production companies of Spain and those that provide services to production in any of its aspects have a recognized prestige, facilitate access to locations, provide equipment and material and are essential to obtain tax incentives for international shootings and production aids .
Within the section Shooting in Spain, in the section How to shoot in Spain we have incorporated a space dedicated to Professionals and audiovisual production companies. This space is divided into three sections: Production guides, Associations and entities of the audiovisual sector and Labor Agreements Audiovisual Industry.
Production Guides links to all the production guides of the members of the Spain Film Commission network, ordered by communities. Generally the production guides have two sections, one dedicated to companies and the other to professionals. You can also access the list of associates to APPA, the Association of Professional Audiovisual Production, with which we maintain a collaboration agreement.
Each office of the Spain Film Commission network provides timely and free information on the companies and professionals that provide services to the production in their area of influence. In this link you can access each of them.
In the space of Associations and Entities of the sector are links to the main associations of audiovisual production companies listed by communities and aso to national associations. Later we list other types of associations: short films; documentaries; animation, video games and visual effects; actors and actresses, directors, scriptwriters, technicians ... and finally the active audiovisual Clusters.
Labor agreements of the audiovisual industry. The audiovisual industry and the main trade unions have signed three collective agreements, at a national level, that regulate labor relations between audiovisual production companies and employees in different areas: technicians, actors and figuration. From several links you can consult the collective agreements and salary tables.