COVID-19: Guidelines for filming in Portugal

Considering the current pandemic situation of COVID-19, Portugal Film Commission prepared a document with the basic guidelines to help everyone who plans, works or participates in filming in Portugal. Following the recommendations of the Portuguese Directorate-General for Health (DGS), this document was prepared in collaboration with the Portuguese Film and Audiovisual Institute and with the associations of producers (APCA, APENEIA, APIT, APPA, APPFP and PCIA).

These guidelines aim to allow filming in Portugal with the least possible risk.

Please note that this document may be subject to change, whenever there are guidelines from the Portuguese Government that have an impact on the situations covered here.

Read the Guidelines here:

PT – COVID-19 – Orientações para filmar em Portugal 2020 (atualizado)

EN – COVID-19 – Guidelines for filming in Portugal 2020 (updated)

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