IFFR Pro accreditation

Register now for your online industry accreditation for IFFR 2022.


IFFR Pro 2022 accreditations are now open.

Accreditation will give you online international access (subject to rights holder's discretion) to a press and industry programme from the IFFR 2022 Official Selection on Festival Scope Pro, which includes Tiger Competition, Big Screen Competition and Ammodo Tiger Short Competition lineups, as well as Harbour, Bright Future, Limelight, Cinema Regained, Short & Mid-length Film and more.

The extended film selection will be combined with a number of panels and interviews.

The fee for an IFFR Pro accreditation is €50.

Request a Pro accreditation

Accreditations may be issued to applicants working in:
  • Acquisition
  • Archive / Library
  • Arts Institution / Museum / Crossover
  • Broadcasting
  • Consulting
  • Digital Distribution / VOD
  • Distribution
  • Festival Programming and Film Markets
  • Film Agency
  • Funding and Financing bodies
  • Legal Representation
  • Marketing / Promotion
  • Production
  • Sales
  • Technical Services
  • Theatrical Exhibitor
  • Training / Project Development
  • Web / Online Production
Further accreditations may be issued to individual professionals:
  • Actor
  • Composer
  • Costume Designer
  • Film Director
  • Director of Photography
  • Editor
  • Screenwriter

Please note: accreditations are issued at the full discretion of International Film Festival Rotterdam and submission of a request does not guarantee accreditation. If you apply for accreditation when the festival is already started please be aware that it will take 24 hours to gain access to the Festivalscope screening platform of IFFR.  

Accreditations & access

IFFR Pro accreditation is personal and non-transferable and gives access to:
  • Panels and Masterclasses
  • IFFR Pro screenings


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