Bogota Film Commission, is a Mayor's Office program, managed by Idartes through the Office of Audiovisual Arts / Cinemateca Distrital.
The Bogota Film Commission was created by Decree 340 of 2014 with the objectives of strengthening the local audiovisual industries (television, advertising, film, etc.), promoting the city as a film location and managing the Unified Permit (PUFA) for filming activities in the public spaces and city areas.
Bogotá concentrates about 92 percent of the country's creative services, 90 percent of Colombian film and audiovisual industry, 73% of companies in the digital content sector and 55% of game companies.
Bogotá Film Commission has a variable percentage in the exemptions for projects benefiting from Law 1556 of 2012.
Foreign film productions will be granted a 50% exemption from the total value of the permit and foreign TV productions will be granted a 20% exemption from the total value of the permit.