Kenya Film Commission

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Not to be confused with Kenya Film Classification Board.
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The Kenya Film Commission (KFC) was established by the Kenyan government in 2005. It came into full function in mid-2006. The Kenya Film Commission was formed with the aim of promoting the Kenyan film industry locally as well as internationally. International film-makers looking to film in Kenya are offered detailed information on locations by the Commission, as well as liaison services on behalf of the government, advice on reconnaissances, film licensing and immigration, and facilitation the filming process.

Structure[edit]

The Kenya Film Commission falls under the Ministry of Sports, Culture and the Arts.The board appointed by the minister comprises board members: Chris Foot as the Board Chair, Judy Bisem, Njoki Muhoho, Julius Lamaon, Michael Onyango, Mwaniki Mageria and Felix Mugabe.

Functions[edit]

The Kenya Film Commission supports the Kenyan film industry by providing facilities for screenings and filming, as well as organising various educational workshops on production for local film-makers. The Commission is also establishing a database that will list film-makers, agents, local talent, stakeholders and service providers of the Kenyan film industry.The Kenya Film Commission is a full member of the Association of Film Commissions International (A.F.C.I)


Recent productions[edit]

Shooting the Kenyan feature film Togetherness Supreme in collaboration with Kibera youth trainees

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