This page is specifically for journalists.
If you are a film industry professional, please request your accreditation in the PROFESSIONALS section of the Website.
1. WHO IS ENTITLED TO PRESS ACCREDITATION ?
Only journalists and photographers who hold professional press credentials will be entitled to press accreditation.
2. PROCEDURE :
Please complete the on-line accreditation form by registering at “My Account” then e-mail the resulting PDF, along with accompanying documentation, to email@example.com.
If you are already registered, you may go directly to the PRESS acredditation form.
Your accreditation will not be considered until all the appropriate supporting documents have been received and validated. Your application must reach us by 25 September 2015.
(Any application received after this date will be processed subject to availability).
For the convenience of journalists and to ensure that they can work under satisfactory conditions, press accreditation will be limited and will be issued on the basis of :
scale of distribution of the publication/medium (circulation, audience, geographic distribution)
degree of specialisation in cinema
expected media coverage of the Festival
3. USE OF PRESS ACCREDITATION
Your press accreditation is for work use and will allow free access to all Festival screenings, venues and Off Screen events. Press accreditation is personal, individual and non-transferable. Failure to comply with these conditions will result in access being withdrawn.
4. COLLECTION OF BADGES
Once you have received a confirmation e-mail from the Festival, accreditation badges will be available for collection on site at La Comète – Scène Nationale, from Wednesday 30 september onwards .
Please bring a form of ID along with a press credential in order to collect your press badge.
For all further information, please contact :
INTERNATIONAL & NATIONAL MEDIA
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel : +33 (0) 6 03 45 41 84
LOCAL MEDIA - CHAMPAGNE-ARDENNE REGION
E-mail : email@example.com
Tel : +33 (0) 3 26 69 50 97