Berlinale: General Information


Welcome to the Berlinale Online Accreditation / EFM Registration

Applications for Accreditation / EFM Registration for the Berlinale 2018 will be accepted from early November 2017.


Please note that all information currently given on these pages refers to the Berlinale 2017 and is given subject to alteration in order to offer a general insight into accreditation procedures.

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!

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 application deadline for the Berlinale Co-Production Market has closed. Due to high demand no further applications can be accepted.

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:

Accreditation
Potsdamer Straße 5
10785 Berlin

Contact

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

Web Support
phone +49 30 25920-800