Berlinale: General Information


Welcome to the Berlinale Online Accreditation / EFM Registration

Accreditation period: November 1, 2016 until January 6, 2017
Applications received after January 06, 2017 may not be considered.

Until December 15, 2016, universities and colleges can apply directly to the Berlinale for a limited number of accreditations for their film-related courses / faculties.

Every year more than 20,000 industry delegates and representatives of the press from over 125 countries are accredited for the International Film Festival Berlin and the European Film Market.

Information about the various types of accreditation and their access permissions, deadlines, fees as well as accreditation requirements and proof of professional activity can be found on the respective webpages for members of the press, industry professionals and students.

Please read the accreditation requirements and participation guidelines very carefully before applying. Applications for accreditation by members of the press, for Festival Accreditation and Market Badges can be made via “My Account” only.

You can log on to both the Berlinale and the EFM websites with your “My Account” access data. After being granted accreditation you will be given access through “My Account” to the various online services of the Berlinale and the EFM depending on your accreditation type.

The Berlinale looks forward to welcoming you!

Apply for accreditation / EFM registration

In order to apply you have to be logged into "My Account". If you do not yet have an account please create a new one.


Accreditation Application / EFM Registration

To participate in the Berlinale Co-Production Market, an additional application is required. Applicants may be producers with international co-production experience and recent credits, financiers, sales agents, or representatives of film funds, broadcasters, theatrical and online distributors working in the field of international co-productions. You can find more information here.

The deadline for feature project submissions is October 12. Application forms for applicants without own projects can be received upon request by contacting the Berlinale Co-Production Market-Team: .

Access to Berlinale Talents is restricted to officially invited participants. Further information on the conditions for participation, the application process and deadlines can be found on the website of Berlinale Talents.

However, many events are public and open to interested Berlinale visitors (with or without accreditation).

Contact


International Film Industry

Benjamin Kohzer
Josephine Kohl
phone +49 · 30 · 259 20 · 198


German Film Industry

Sarah Gaida
phone +49 · 30 · 259 20 · 196


Filmmakers

Ina Hon
phone +49 · 30 · 259 20 · 195


EFM Exhibitors

Josephine Kohl
phone +49 · 30 · 259 20 · 630


Accreditation Print/Online
Maximilian Fleischer
Tel. +49 · 30 · 259 20 · 747
Fax +49 · 30 · 259 20 · 799


Accreditation TV/Radio
Michaela Herzhauser
Tel. +49 · 30 · 259 20 · 780

Wolfgang Samlowski
Tel. +49 · 30 · 259 20 · 789

Ana Catalá Roig
Tel. +49 · 30 · 259 20 ·702

Fax +49 · 30 · 259 20 · 779


Accreditation Photographers
Philipp Gilly
Tel. +49 · 30 · 259 20 · 746
Fax +49 · 30 · 259 20 · 799


Accreditation PR Agents
Ulrike Geier
Tel. +49 · 30 · 259 20 · 707
Fax +49 · 30 · 259 20 · 799



Non-reporting editors of TV feature film departments and TV buyers please contact the general accreditation department:

Ina Hon
phone +49 · 30 · 259 20 · 195

Contact Web Support

For technical questions concerning the accreditation process please contact the Web Support:

Web Support
phone +49 30 25920-800
 

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