Uganda Wildlife Authority Filming Contract – Filming in Uganda National Parks will require all Film Crews to sign a memorandum of understanding which is the Uganda Wildlife Authority filming contract with the UWA. Contact Great Adventure Safaris with all the necessary details and we make this happen with our good and long-term relationship with the Uganda Wildlife Authority with the department of marketing the one in charge of processing filming contracts.
All interested film companies will be requested to write and send a letter addressed to Uganda Wildlife Authority asking for permission to film in any of the ten National Parks in Uganda, explaining the company, what exactly you want to film? and how the documentary will help to promote the Uganda tourism?.
The filming company will be required to let UWA know the exact dates and number of days they intend to film in the National Park of their choice so that they can calculate how much you will be required to pay per day. Once this is done the Uganda Wildlife Authority will need passport copies of each crew member, the post he/she holds in the crew.
Great Adventure Safaris will forward all these details to the UWA who will then draft a Memorandum of Understanding or a Filming Contract and make a quote which we will send to you and affect payment. We will request you to write an authorization letter to the UWA authorizing Great Adventure Safaris to sign and pick up your Memorandum of Understanding or a Filming Contract on your behalf once it is ready. We then keep it for you and hand it over to you on your arrival in the country.
Uganda Wildlife Authority is in charge of Uganda National Parks which are: Moutain Elgon, Kidepo Valley, Murchison Falls, Kibale Forest, Semliki, Mountain Rwenzori, Queen Elizabeth, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Mgahinga Gorilla, and Lake Mburo National Parks.