Accreditation Guidelines and Passes
IDFA offers documentary professionals a variety of passes that provide access to the festival, IDFA’s markets Docs for Sale and IDFA Forum as well as the IDFAcademy program. The accreditation form for IDFA 2014 is now available through MyIDFA.
Guest Services will confirm the type of pass you are eligible for and send an invoice for any fees that you may incur. All passes are non-transferable. See below
for detailed information on the various passes.
Accreditation form: MyIDFA
Registration and accreditation takes place through MyIDFA
, our online registration system. You can use the same login code you used last year. If you've forgotten your password, please click on “forgot your password” in MyIDFA. Please submit the completed accreditation form and upload a digital passport-size photo (JPEG) in the upload section of MyIDFA. Guest Services will be fully operational as of July 2014.
No tickets needed, first come first served. The industry screening program consists of screenings of all films in competition that will be shown in the regular festival theatres. Industry screenings are accessible with your IDFA Guest Pass, IDFA Guest Pass Light, FORUM Pass, IDFAcademy Pass, IDFA Docs for Sale Acquisition Pass or Press Pass.
How to obtain tickets
With passes that give access to all IDFA screenings, you can get free tickets for screenings for the same day or the following day. If you want tickets for any day thereafter, there is a charge of €5,- per ticket.
The deadline for accreditation is October 10. Registration after the deadline means that processing of your forms as well as your listing on our online guest list may be delayed.
If you need to cancel, please notify us as soon as possible. It is only possible to cancel in writing. For further information, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Guest Services: Dymme Plomp
Press Office: Laura van Halsema
IDFA Program Department: Martijn te Pas
IDFA Forum: Yorinde Segal
Docs for Sale: Laurien ten Houten
IDFAcademy: Meike Statema