The Kenya Film Commission was established vide Legal Notice No. 10 of 2005 as a State Agency. In line with the Parastatal Reform Process, a new legal notice No. 147 capturing new and expanded functions of the Commission was signed in July 2015.The Commission is a state corporation under the Ministry of ICT, Innovation and Youth Affairs.
Vision: Kenya, a global hub for Film Production.
Mission: To develop a vibrant and sustainable local film industry and market Kenya as a preferred filming destination for wealth and job creation.
At the Kenya Film Commission, our core values are the fundamental definition of our organizational DNA. These values bring us together and guide us in our interactions with stakeholders and with each other. Our core values are as follows:
Professionalism & Integrity
We demand of ourselves the highest level of professionalism and integrity in our dealings with each other, customers, suppliers and other partners. We are therefore not afraid to acknowledge, correct, and learn from our mistakes.
Creativity & Innovation
We demand of ourselves to honor creativity and innovation and to constantly drive development and improvement in the Film and TV industry.
We demand of ourselves to respect each other because we recognize that diversity is a source of strength, and that listening to differing viewpoints can help us to constructively solve problems.
We demand of ourselves to have commitment within the members of our staff. A commitment that embodies the spirit of determination and dedication to efficient and effective service delivery.
We demand of ourselves to create the spirit of teamwork with our staff members because we know that our success is dependent upon the collective energy and intelligence