One-Stop Shop

PERMITS

Through the FilMedellín One-Stop Shop, the necessary permits are managed for the use of public space for audiovisual purposes in Medellín, both of a commercial, cultural, artistic, academic or community nature, allowing the people responsible for the projects to carry out a single initial procedure for all those public spaces or areas for public use.

We articulate everything related with the authorization of the use as a location, risk management considerations, verification of biosafety protocols, mobility permits, participation of minors and costs of commercial use of public space (in the locations that apply), among other requirements or needs according to the complexity of each project to be shot.

To request the filming permits, you must download the FilMedellín one-stop shop format that we attach here below, fill it out completely and send it to the email lina.penagos@medellindigital.gov.co, where concerns related to filming in public spaces, permitting and biosafety protocols are also addressed. These protocols must be authorized in the registry that each company must previously carry out on the Medellín Me Cuida Empresas platform.O

According to Decree 2467 of 2019, among the tasks of the Strategic Council of the Medellín Film Commission is to propose guidelines for payment exemptions to the use of public space for audiovisual purposes, suggest guidelines to obtain filming permits and identify and promote locations in Medellín, these actions are being designed and  implemented in coordination with the Undersecretariat of Public Space, the APP Agency, the Ministry of Mobility, DAGRD, and the entities that administer various spaces. these actions are being designed and implemented in coordination with the Undersecretariat of Public Space, the APP Agency, the Ministry of Mobility, DAGRD, and the entities that administer various spaces. This articulation will allow the creation of the Unified Permit for audiovisual filming (PUFA by its Spanish acronym) as a mechanism for the implementation of Chapter V of Decree 211 of 2014, regarding procedures and requirements for audiovisual filming in public spaces and areas of public use.