Frequently Asked Questions
The IBFC is a public and free service office run by the Department of Culture of the Balearic Islands Government, that facilitates film shoots throughout the Balearic Islands and promotes the internationalization of the Balearic Islands audiovisual companies.
The IBFC advises producers to prepare shootings in the Balearic Islands, offering complete and rigorous information on permits, managements, locations and professionals. It also promotes Balearic productions and audiovisual projects in co-production forums, markets and international film festivals.
No, the Balearic Islands Film Commission is a public office, and all of the services it offers are 100% free.
The offices of the Illes Balears Film Commission are on Carrer de la Protectora 10, Palma.
First of all you need to plan the locations and activities you will carry on, and then request the required permits. More info on "Permits and Procedures"
The website of the IBFC has a directory of professionals and companies of the sector working in the Balearic Islands. For specific needs, please contact the IBFC team for advice, at firstname.lastname@example.org or on the telephone +34 971 17 60 41
The management of shooting permits through the IBFC is free. However, each institution and / or municipality establishes its own ordinances, rates and conditions to shoot. In case of difficulties, the IBFC can also coordinate requests for permits.
The IBFC can advise the locators to facilitate their job. On our website you will also find a useful and extensive location database . For specific needs, please contact us at email@example.com, or on the phone +34 971 17 60 41
No, it does not. Our professionals and companies directory showcases the audiovisual companies and professionals in the Balearic Islands.
Being part of the directory is totally free. You can sign up through this form.