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Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP)


26F, Export Bank Plaza, Don Chino Roces Avenue corner Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, Makati City, Philippines 1200

Tel +632 256 9908 / +632 256 9948 / +632 256 9958
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About Us
The Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) under the Office of the President is mandated to establish and undertake programs and activities that promote the growth and development of the local film industry, as well as to encourage the production of quality films and to conduct filmrelated events that enhance the skills of the Filipino talents. The agency also leads the film industry's participation in domestic and foreign film markets, and local and international film festivals. It is also tasked to preserve and protect films as part of the country's national cultural heritage. The Philippine Film Export Services Office (PFESO) is an office under the administrative and technical supervision of the FDCP, mandated to facilitate the institutionalization of a One-Stop-Shop System for Foreign Film/Television Production. It is through this office that the Philippines can establish a comparative advantage as a location site for international movie and television production to promote tourism, generate revenue and employment, and enhance the image of the country abroad.
  • One ? Stop ? Shop Program

  • International film and TV productions that desires to shoot anywhere in the Philippines.

  • Assistance in location scout
  • Assistance in VISA processing, shooting permits, and other clearances
  • Availability of professional film crew
  • State ? of ? the ? art film equipment and technology
  • Versatile locations for various required themes Distributions · Distributions

  • International film and TV companies that desires to distribute their projects in the Filipino audience.

  • Direct coordination with Cinema operators / owners and broadcasting networks
  • Corporate technical and legal assistance