FRANKFURT FILM TEAM

Frankfurt Economic Development GmbH – Center of Creative Industries
Strengthening the creative economy and especially the film and media industry on location and its marketing is the focus of the Frankfurt Economic Development. We work very closely with the municipal offices and see ourselves on site as an information and net work node. In this sense, we provide and support especially communication platforms for the film and media business in order to promote the professional exchange on the domestic as well as on the international level. We are your competent contact regarding questions of site planning and the economic developments as well as setup of a business in Frankfurt.

Frankfurt Economic Development GmbH
Center of Creative Industries
Manuela Schiffner
Kathrin Ahrens
Paulina Uekermann
Hanauer Landstr. 126 – 128
60314 Frankfurt am Main
T: +49 69 212 36213
T: +49 69 212 36214
T: +49 69 212 32310
F: +49 69 212 9823
E-Mail:  film@frankfurt-business.net  
www.frankfurt-business.net
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Service Center Events at Regulatory Office / Service Center Veranstaltungen im Ordnungsamt (SCV)
Since shootings take place in Frankfurt almost every day on various locations it is essential to obtain the permission prior to filming. For this purpose, the central contact point is the Service Center Events.

Ordnungsamt der Stadt Frankfurt am Main
Service Center Veranstaltungen
Cenk Gelen
Fabian Weiershäuser
Kleyerstraße 86
60326 Frankfurt am Main
T: +49 69 212 48145
T: +49 69 212 77408
F: +49 69 212 43218
E-Mail: scv@stadt-frankfurt.de
www.ordnungsamt.frankfurt.de

 

Press- and Information Office (PIA)
In close collaboration with Film Commission Hessen and various urban partners Press and Information Office PIA provides policy advice on locations owned by the city and the organization of location tours for film production companies during film festivals. PIA coordinates contacts with local as well as the national press. The daily newsletter “Presse.Info” reports on selected topics in the field of film in Frankfurt.

Press- and Information Office (PIA)
Helpdesk Film
Beate Collin
Römerberg 32
60313 Frankfurt am Main
T: +49 69 212 48688
F: +49 69 212 34124
E-Mail: beate.collin@stadt-frankfurt.de
www.frankfurt.de
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Tourismus+Congress GmbH Frankfurt am Main
The Frankfurt Tourist+Congress Board (TCF) is the official marketing and sales agency for the City of Frankfurt am Main for the fields of tourism, congresses and conferences. Moreover, the TCF is also the primary organiser of municipal events and folk fairs. Charged with the planning and performance of the city’s myriad marketing activities, the TCF is responsible for image promotion and tourism for Frankfurt am Main on both a national and international level. The Frankfurt Convention Bureau, a special department of the TCF, is happy to offer advice and assistance to event organisers from all across the globe, while at the same time working to attract new congresses and conferences to the Main metropolis.

Tourismus+Congress GmbH Frankfurt am Main
Frankfurt Convention Bureau
Kaiserstr. 56
60329 Frankfurt am Main
T: +49 69 212 38703
F: +49 69 212 30776
E-Mail: congress@infofrankfurt.de
www.frankfurt-convention-bureau.com
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Culture Board / Kulturamt der Stadt Frankfurt am Main
To provide, promote and communicate culture – these are the core tasks for the Culture Board of the City of Frankfurt. About 500 individual artists, cultural projects and institutions in the fields of theatre, literature, music, museums, visual arts, neighborhood culture, film and science are getting supported annually. This means that the Culture Board is an important partner of the Frankfurt cultural scene. The eight municipal museums are managed by the Culture Board. In addition to its numerous own events, the Culture Board oversees monuments, fountains, and art in public space.

Kulturamt Frankfurt am Main
Johannes Promnitz
Brückenstr. 3 – 7
60594 Frankfurt am Main
T: +49 69 212 32407
F: +49 69 212 47842
E-Mail info.amt41@stadt-frankfurt.de
www.kultur.frankfurt.de

 

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