DECREE 2467 DE 2019

Regulates the Public Policy for the strengthening of the audiovisual and cinematographic sector of Medellín, according to the Agreement 022 of 2015. It is the guide for the institutional strategies that the Mayor’s Office of Medellín implements to enhance the activities of the audiovisual sector.

NATIONALS

Law 1556 of 2012
Colombia offers a refund or consideration to films totally or partially shot in the country of 40% of the value of the expenses incurred for cinematographic services and 20% of the value of the expenses made in cinematographic logistics services (hotel, food, and transportation). The refund applies to services provided by Colombian companies or natural persons residing in the country.

Resolution 0384 of 2013
Requirements for approval and certification of investments and donations of film projects in Colombia.

Resolution 1708 of 2009
Role of the Ministry of Culture related to cinematography. This resolution sets the functions of the Directorate of Cinematography, the Film Classification Committee and the Departmental and District Councils of Cinematography, also sets the requirements to recognize audiovisual works as national, the requirements for registration of film festivals and the process of authorization for filming of foreign cinematographic works in the country.

Law 397 of 1997
In this law you can find the entities in charge and the guidelines around cultural heritage, promotion, incentives to creation, research, artistic and cultural activity.

Decree 358 of 2000 – General regulation of cinematographic activities.
This decree sets the requirements, deadlines for certification or recognition of the nationality of cinematographic works, ways of providing protection, conservation, restoration and dissemination to the national cinematography and way of issuing permits for filming to foreign cinematographic works in the national territory.

Decree 2120 of 2018
Which modifies the structure of the Ministry of Culture.

Resolution 1708 of 2009
Establishes the functions of the Office of the Deputy Minister of Creativity and the Orange Economy and the functions of the cinematography department.

Law 1801 National Code of Police and Coexistence

Law 1774 of 2016
Which amends the civil code, the law 84 of 1989, the penal code, the code of criminal procedure and other provisions regarding animal abuse.

Law 814 of 2003
Which issues the regulations for the promotion of cinematographic activity in Colombia.

Decree 352 of 2004
Regulation of the declaration, payment and administration of the Quota for the Cinematographic Development, incentives to the exhibition of Colombian short films and tax benefits to the donation or investment in cinematographic production.

Decree 2291 of 2003
Which regulates the composition and functioning of the National Council of Arts and Culture in Cinematography, the election and appointment of some of its members.

Law 1403 of 2010
This law recognizes an inalienable right to receive equitable remuneration in favor of artists, audiovisual performers (actors and voice dubbers, among others) for the public communication of audiovisual works and recordings where their performances are broadcasted.

Decree 255 of 2013
Certification of Colombian nationality to cinematographic works and tax benefits for cinematographic production in the country.

Decree 2685 of 1999
Provisions for the temporary importation of consumable goods for the production of cinematographic films (articles 143, 144, 145, 147, 156).

Decree 2557 of 2007
Where provisions are made that partially modify and add to the Decree 2685 of 1999.

Resolution 4240 of 2000
Regulation of customs legislation – establishes provisions for the temporary importation of consumable goods for the production of cinematographic films (articles 94, 98).

Law 897 of 2004
Which approves the Audiovisual Co-Production Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Colombia and the Government of Canada, made and signed in the city of Bogotá, DC, July tenth, 2002.

MUNICIPALS:

Agreement 22 of 2015
Public Policy for the strengthening of the audiovisual and cinematographic sector of Medellín.

Decree 2467 of 2019
Which regulates the Public Policy established in Agreement 022 of 2015 for the strengthening of the audiovisual and cinematographic sector of Medellín. It is the navigational chart for the many institutional strategies that the Mayor’s Office of Medellín implements or must implement to enhance the activities of the audiovisual field.

Decree 211 de 2014  
Which creates the one-stop shop for registration and service to producers of public art performances; The decree also issues and rationalize the paperwork, requirements and procedures for the realization of public art performances referred in the Law 1493 of 2011 and other provisions are issued (Chapter V).

Agreement 47 of 2014
Which adopts the institutional framework for the creation of the Municipal Cinematheque of Medellín.

Decree 2148 of 2015
Which regulates the economical use of public space, sets the remuneration for its use, and creates the Intersectoral Advisory Commission of Public Space and the Technical Committee.

Agreement 41 of 2001
Which modifies the Municipal Agreement 038 of 2001, that sets the rates for the collection of services provided by the Ministry of Transportation and Transit (pending receipt of decrees rates)