Accreditation is granted to journalists, reporters and photographers who cover the festival for relevant media such as print and online newspapers, magazines, radio, TV and serious blogs.
The application and accreditation is personal and cannot be shared with others.
N.B. The deadline for applying for accreditation for TIFF 2024 is 8th of January 2024.
Apply for Press Accreditation
Please note! All submitted applications will be processed individually and do not guarantee accreditation. If there are questions regarding your application you will be notified by email.
How to use your press accreditation
Before the festival starts you should have received a digital accreditation, sent by e-mail from our ticket agent TicketCo. The email contains a membership code of seven letters/digits, which must be used when collecting tickets. You can pick up one ticket per screening and a maximum of 5 tickets per day per accreditation.
Accreditation tickets will be available from 08.00/8am the day before the screening.
There is an separate quota for accreditation tickets, which is not accessible to ordinary ticket byers.
Your your accreditation card, can be picked up at the festival reception. The accreditation card is proof that you’re accredited, and the tickets you’re collecting will only be valid in combination with the card. The tickets you collect are personal, and you will be asked to show the accreditation card when you enter a screening.
The press accreditation also gives access to our closed press screenings.
Read about press screenings.
The festival reception at Rødbanken has the following opening hours:
|Sunday 14.01||2:00 PM - 7:00 PM|
|Monday 15.01 - Friday 19.01||8:30 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Saturday 20.01||10:00 AM - 4:00 PM|