THE ROYAL FILM COMMISSION - JORDAN (RFC) was established with a vision to develop an internationally competitive Jordanian film industry. Founded in accordance with the Royal Film Commission Law No. 27 for the year 2003, approved by Law No. 22 issued by the Parliament in 2008, the RFC is a financially and administratively autonomous Jordanian public organization led by a Board of Commissioners, chaired by HRH Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein. At the Royal Film Commission, we work towards building a solid Jordanian film industry and facilitating productions in Jordan. Education & Training: We develop learning environment in cinematic arts across Jordan and establish programs that address the need for new and innovative methods of communication. Production Services We provide producers with comprehensive services, such as assistance in obtaining filming permits, location scouting, custom clearance and much more. Fostering Film Culture in Jordan The RFC organizes thematic screenings throughout the year all over the country, thus enriching the film culture in Jordan.
RFC taxes and fees exemptions for eligible productions include:
Sales tax exemptions for any products and/or services purchased
within the Kingdom for the purposes of the production.
Customs taxes and duties exemptions for any equipment and/or
materials imported into the Kingdom for the sole purpose of the
Taxes on salaries and fees for any non-Jordanian cast and crew
members employed by the production.
The project must go into pre-production within 90 days from the
date of approving the application.