How to Apply for National Film and Video Censors Exhibitors License or Permit in Nigeria

 Apply for National Film and Video Censors Exhibitors License or Permit in Nigeria By Yourself

  • To apply for the National Exhibition and Film Censors License , or Permit in person, the applicant must go to the office of National Film and Video Censors’ Board.
  • Contact information and address of the NFVCB are available on the next page Contact link

  • Visit the office to pick up the application forms to submit an application for the National Film and Video Censors Exhibitors License or permit that is applicable to your needs from the department in question.
  • Be sure to have all the documents you need under the “Required documents” section on this page.
  • Then, fill out the application form by filling in all pertinent information in the relevant sections. Sign it when you are done.
  • Once you’ve completed filling out your application, you must attach the necessary documents to the application form. Submit it to the authority responsible at the office.
  • After submission, the application as well as additional documents can be sent to be examined and verified.
  • Once the verification and verification process is completed the application will be approved by the authorities and they are then able to take the required measures to give the licence.
  • Once the license is available to collect The applicant will receive an official notice from the office. The applicant will be able to collect it using any means that can be used.

Documents Required For Apply for National Film

Check out the list of specifications to be included on the application form according to the specific category in the next page. necessary documents

Office Locations and Contacts

National Film and Television Censors’ BoardPlot 20 Alexandria Crescent,
Wuse II Zone A7,
P.M.B. 5053 Wuse,
Abuja FCT.
Phone: +234 7082767572
Website website link
Contact Link
Google map directions

What are all the Eligibility

  • Any resident of Nigeria who would like to participate with Film and Video Exhibition inside the Republic is eligible to apply.
  • The applicant may be a National Regional or the Community Exhibitor of Films and Videos.


Check out the “EXHIBITOR’S LIZENCE” section on the next page for for details on fees.


  • The applicants are advised to complete the application form in a neat and in complete detail with perfect accuracy and legibility in order to avoid rejection. Additionally, all required documents should be provided in full.
  • Include your licence code(license number) in the name of the depositor field on the deposit slip of your bank when you pay.
  • After payment, scan and email your payment teller to your license code in the subject field of your email and also state the purpose of payment on the body of your email.

The Information You Need

  • Information about the applicant
  • Identification Number
  • Contact and address details
  • Information about the company
  • Tax Identification Number
  • Particulars of incorporation
  • Registration number
  • Directors’ details
  • Chief Officer’s specifics
  • Operational premises details
  • Information about banks
  • The number of the transaction receipt/Payment receipt

The document is needed

Any registered company within Nigeria Republic of Nigeria that wishes to participate in Film and Video Exhibition as an organization’s purpose has to have an approval by the national Film and Video Censors Board.

Information that could be helpful

  • If you want to conduct the display across the nation using any platform that is authorized You must apply to the authorities for the National license.
  • If you want to hold the exhibit in a designated state within a geopolitical area that is part of the United States, it is necessary apply for an authorization from the Regional licensing.

If you are planning to hold the show in a specific state in Nigeria it is necessary to obtain an Exhibitor License for Community Exhibitors.

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