Media Accreditation.

Film Crew Fixers assists in the Media accreditation of foreign crews/journalists who are interested in doing filming and photography work in the region. As a requirement for any shoot/photoshoot happening in the region, it’s a requirement by the country government for crew members to be accredited to work in the country. You are required to submit some documents among which is a passport copy of the bio-data page, passport photo, write an introductory letter applying to get permission. Letter of good conduct that can be got from the highest-ranking security organ in the country of crew members.

We help film crew process these as we have a good understanding with media accrediting agencies and we come highly recommend which gives you the upper hand for your submission to be accepted. The process takes about 3 to a weeks’ time to have your application approved.


Press Accreditation is a prerequisite to all film crews arriving for any kind of shoot. You can get a media card for one month or more, depending on the time you want to spend here and also this varies in line with the charges paid. Most teams spend one to three months and thus will require accreditation for that.

We will send you a Form and request you have it filled correctly in good faith and then you send it back to us along with other documents that we may require of you depending on where and in which country you will be having your filming activities focused.

The Media Council will also require one passport photograph to process your media card, as each media card must bear a passport photograph of each individual.

Press Accreditation in Uganda