The Royal Commission for AlUla has inaugurated the Film AlUla to support and facilitate filming in Saudi Arabia’s AlUla region.
The Film AlUla commission offers the opportunity to discover picturesque filming locations amid the breathtaking landscape of the region.
The new office will focus on supporting and encouraging local productions by working with several government agencies in the film industry.
It is part of the royal commission's efforts to realize the Kingdom's Vision 2030 by supporting national talents in the industry.
Several international producers have already expressed their interest in exploring AlUla as a location for their movies and a Hollywood-produced film will be announced soon.
Two Saudi movies will also be filmed soon in AlUla, "Bayn Al-Rimal" and "Noura", which are directed and produced by Saudis.
Film AlUla was established in early 2020 by the Royal Commission for AlUla with a mandate to promote filming in the AlUla region and develop a film-friendly ecosystem to support productions.
Film AlUla is a member of the Association of Film Commissioners International (AFCI) and follows best practices as laid out by the AFCI as well the Royal Commission for AlUla’s charter for best works practices.