FAQ - FILMING PERMITS IN NEPAL
In Nepal filming permits are extremely necessary and in fact, film production draws a lot of attention from the government and local police and there are strict procedures for checking any production with any filming equipment & crew in local areas. Nepal Film Production can guide you in terms of acquiring your filming permits.
Generally, it will take roughly 15 working days, but Nepal Film Production can acquire “National Filming Permits” within 5 working days on average due to our credibility and working portfolio.
While applying for a filming permit, you would have to submit your script, passports of filming crew, letter of appointment for your production partner, production budget, equipment list, itinerary, filming locations and arrival/finish dates.
Yes, a liaison officer is in-charge of making sure that no illegal footage is filmed, and the liaison officer will be responsible for dealing with any local authorities is disturbed.