The National Institute of Cultural and Creative Industries (INICC) says that the allegation about the existence of a fee for filming wedding parties or private events is not true. Information published on social media over the past week points to the existence of a new fee to be charged for filming at wedding ceremonies and private events. For the INICC, people are misinterpreting the law. This Wednesday, the INICC issued a press release distancing itself from this information, assuring that it is not true to charge any fee for filming at wedding ceremonies and private events. In addition, the Institution guarantees that the exercise of Audiovisual and Cinematographic activity continues to be based on the provisions of the legislation approved in 2017, that is, Law number 1/2017 of January 6th and its respective Regulation approved by Decree 41/2017 of August 04th which focuses on those who want to carry out the activity of production, distribution and exhibition in a professional manner. Further on, the communiqué says that all those interested in information or clarification on this matter should address the INICC in Maputo or the Central and North regional delegations. (Marta Afonso) Source: Carta de Moçambique

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