FDCP NATIONAL REGISTRY
Founded in 2017, the National Registry is a program under the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) that aims to organize a veritable database of all active audiovisual workers, companies, film festivals, and organizations, as well as members of the entertainment press all over the country, in order to open avenues for opportunities and activities that will promote the growth and development of the local audiovisual industry and promote its participation in both domestic and world markets.
By encouraging active participation from all the sectors and stakeholders in the audiovisual industry, the NR also seeks to consolidate the efforts of an empowered community of stakeholders so that film and audiovisual workers’ voices may be heard and real action may be realized in the development of legislation and policy, education, social welfare, training, protection of intellectual property (IP), and freedom of expression concerning the industry.
National Registry for Audio-Visual Workers (NRAW)
Enlists individual workers in the film and audio-visual industry (Valid for 1 year, renewable)
National Registry For Companies (NRC)
Documents government-registered and active audio-visual production companies and their workers and extends the possible NRAW programs to their bonafide workers. (Valid for 1 year, renewable)
National Registry for Organizations & Associations (NROA)
Engages audio-visual industry guilds, organizations, and associations that partner with FDCP in its developmental programs, projects and events. (Valid for 1 year, renewable)
National Registry for Film Festivals NREF)
For duly-registered film festivals and events that promote local and regional films produced throughout the country (Valid for 1 year, renewable)
NATIONAL REGISTRY FOR ENTERTAINMENT PRESS (NREP)
Members of the press who write for entertainment, film, and audio-visual themed production (Valid for 1 year)