Production services in Morocco

Morocco, situated at the crossroads of Africa and Europe, is a filmmaker’s dream come true. This North African gem offers a rich tapestry of filming locations, a skilled local film industry, a straightforward permitting process, and a vibrant culture that enriches any cinematic endeavour.


Morocco’s geographical diversity is a filmmaker’s dream. The country offers a wide array of filming locations, including:

Deserts: The Sahara Desert, with its vast sand dunes and remote oases, provides an otherworldly backdrop for epic adventures or sci-fi productions. The dunes of Merzouga and the Draa Valley are particularly popular locations.

Ancient Cities: Morocco boasts historic cities like Marrakech, Fes, and Essaouira, with their labyrinthine medinas, vibrant markets, and well-preserved architecture, making them ideal for period dramas, fantasies, or tales of intrigue.

Mountains: The Atlas Mountains, with their dramatic peaks and lush valleys, offer stunning vistas for a variety of genres. The High Atlas and Middle Atlas regions are often used for scenic mountain shots.

Coastal Beauty: Morocco’s extensive coastline along the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea presents picturesque beach scenes, rugged cliffs, and charming fishing villages. Spots like Taghazout and Legzira Beach are popular choices.

Kasbahs and Palaces: The country’s historic kasbahs (fortresses) and palaces, such as Ait Ben Haddou and the Royal Palaces of Fes, provide grand settings for period pieces and royal dramas.

Local Crew and Equipment 


Morocco boasts a burgeoning film industry with a skilled and adaptable local crew. From directors and cinematographers to set designers and technicians, possess a wealth of experience and creativity. The local film industry has grown to accommodate international productions and offers cost-effective solutions without compromising quality.

Equipment rental houses in major cities like Casablanca and Marrakech provide a wide range of modern gear, ensuring filmmakers have access to the equipment they need.

Obtaining filming permits in Morocco is generally straightforward, but it’s crucial to navigate the process diligently. Depending on the location and scope of the project, you may need permits from various authorities, including the Moroccan Cinematography Center (CCM) and local authorities.

We can assist in navigating the permit process, ensuring compliance with regulations, and liaising with the relevant authorities. Planning well in advance and having clear documentation can streamline the process.

Morocco is a culturally rich country with its own customs and traditions. Respect for local culture and traditions is paramount. Many Moroccans speak both Moroccan and English as well as Arabic. It’s also important to be aware of local customs and etiquette, such as dress codes and photography restrictions in certain areas.

Morocco has a well-developed infrastructure, with international airports in major cities like Casablanca and Marrakech. Accommodation options range from luxury hotels to charming riads (traditional houses) in the medinas. The country’s extensive road network makes transportation between locations manageable.

To sum up – Morocco’s diverse landscapes, experienced local crew, accessible equipment, straightforward permitting process, and rich cultural heritage make it a compelling filming destination. Whether you’re capturing the mystique of the desert, the grandeur of ancient cities, or the allure of coastal towns, Morocco offers a vibrant canvas for filmmakers to bring their stories to life. Embracing the country’s culture and collaborating with local professionals can enhance the authenticity and success of your production in Morocco.


• Budgets • Call sheet • Crew booking • Equipment booking • Local permits • Location finding •Logistical support • Translation
• Research


• Actors • Directors • Drivers • DoP’s & DP’s • Catering • Film crews • Fixers • Local Producers • Locations • Producing full productions / Parts of productions • Production Managers • Production staff • Remote filming • Sightseeing • Translation • TV crews


• Editing of videos • Post production paperwork • Post production scripts • Translation • Transcription • Voice over artists

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