Press Accreditation In Uganda
Encounter Africa assists with press Accreditation in Uganda for film crews and TV Companies that contact us. Apart from fixing services such as accommodation, transport, filming contracts, permits and kit clearing services, we ensure that your film crew members are accredited to conduct filming for the period they will spend in Uganda.
We do this in conjunction with Uganda Media Council who are in charge of issuing out media cards and press accreditation to all journalists. As film crew members, you will require a media card and on our part, we will send you FORM G which should be filled by each crew member as a requirement for press accreditation in Uganda.
Once it is filled, each member will then send us one passport photograph plus a scanned copy of his passport which will then send to Uganda Media Council to enable then process your Press Accreditation in Uganda by issuing out your media cards.
Uganda Media Council charges for press accreditation depending on the duration of filming/stay in Uganda. Most crews filming from between one week to three months so you need to inform us on hwo long you will stay in Uganda so that we advise Uganda Media Council Accordingly.