Wroclaw Film Commission, which operates within the Dolnośląskie Centrum Filmowe structure, came into being as a result of co-operation between two local governments: the regional government of Lower Silesia and the municipal government of the city of Wroclaw. It operates on the entire territory of the Lower Silesia Voivodeship.
The Commission’s aim is to raise interest in Lower Silesia as an attractive filmmaking destination. The Commission can assist filmmakers in contacting the local governments, proprietors of buildings and facilities as well as the local government departments managing public infrastructure.
Since the 1950’s, Lower Silesia has been an important centre of film production in Poland and many experienced professionals of the film industry still live and work here. The Wroclaw Film Commission possesses a database of such specialists, which can be made available to producers and directors making films in Lower Silesia. The Commission can also provide support in finding unique locations in the region.
Wroclaw Film Commission offers:
A video promoting locations at Lower Silesia: