This service allows Rwandan and foreign production companies and individuals to shoot in public for documentaries and fiction films. This permit does not exempt the filming crew from necessary formalities when requested by local authorities on the field, including the need for authorizations related to drones and special equipment
The following are the frequently asked questions about photography and video shooting permits;
Do I need an IremboGov account to apply for photography and video shooting permits?
Applicants with or without an Irembo account can apply for this service.
How do I create an Irembo account?
To create an Irembo account, click here.
How much do I pay for a photography and video shooting permit?
It depends on the applicant's citizenship and the project duration.
What are the requirements needed to apply for a photography and video shooting permit?
Rwandans need to have a National ID, Foreigners need to have a passport number and all applicants should have a valid phone number, email address, or both.
What is the processing time for photography and video shooting permits?
The processing time is 4 days.
Where do I get my photography and video shooting permit once it is approved?
The photography and video shooting permit is an E-certificate. You can download it on IremboGov using the application number or billing number.
Can I download another photography and video shooting permit if the one I had is lost or damaged?
Yes, you can download the certificate as many times as possible.