Spain Film Commission reaches a collaboration agreement with Asociación Española de Directoras y Directores de Fotografía
Teresa Medina, President of AEC, and Carlos Rosado, President of SFC, have signed this document where they commit to collaborate and develop actions together to promote the “Shooting in Spain” brand, the promotion of a legal framework and some tax incentives to contribute to the competitiveness of Spain in front of other international shooting destinations and, finally, strengthen the audio visual sector and its professionals. Both entities will benefit from this collaboration, where AEC contributes through photography direction, creativity, and innovation renowned professionals to the film industry.
Spain counts with such a huge shooting location richness and diversity. They are reachable, safe and they count with interesting tax incentives, which make this country an exceptional shooting destination. The Spanish audio visual industry also counts with an important cast of professionals, technicians and artists, with a solid formation and a lot of experience in national and international shootings, able to assume the most complex productions and integrate to international teams. The audio visual professionals are essential to contribute to the leadership of Spain as an audio visual shooting destination.
This is why, it has been agreed to perform some actions with the aim to achieve the targets of this agreement, among which we can find the collaboration in working areas such as communication, the creation of strategic working areas through meetings and the exchange of relevant working materials to achieve these targets.
Asociación Española de Directoras y Directores de Fotografía was founded in 1993 and its main targets are focused on elevate, develop and tutor the sector of Photography directors as authors of cinema and audio visual photography.
Spain Film Commission is an entity that represents and coordinates the Spanish Film Commission and Film Office network, created by the local public administrations to promote the territory as a shooting location.
SFC continues its strategy to develop the contents of this kind of collaboration agreements, recently subscribed by Secretaría de Estado de Turismo and ICAA., the same way that they have continued collaborating with corporative organizations like APPA and Profilm to address a wide promotion strategy of the audio visual industry and the shootings that take place in Spain. The designation of James Costos as honorary ambassador of SFC in the United States opens up new horizons to attract important shootings in Spain.