The Festival de Cannes is reserved for film industry professionals. Every participant must be granted accreditation to take part in the Festival. Professional accreditations are granted in professional categories.
- Journalists, the Press Accreditation guidelines are available on the Press Area
- Find out more about the Marché Badge(Marketplace) on the Marché du Film Website
- The “Trois jours à Cannes / Three days in Cannes” Pass, reserved for cinema lovers aged between 18 and 28! (more info below)
About the “Three Days in Cannes” Pass
Online accreditations are now open for the “Three Days in Cannes” badge. To apply for accreditation for “Three Days in Cannes”, you must be aged between 18 and 28 and be passionate about film. The Festival de Cannes offers young film buffs the opportunity to take part in the 2020 event and to discover the films in the Official Selection as part of the ‘Three days in Cannes” programme.
Accreditation for “Three Days in Cannes” gives you access to the Official Selection (Competition, Out of Competition, Special Screenings, Un Certain Regard, Cannes Classics, Cinéma de la Plage) and to the Palais des Festivals, as well as a dedicated programme at Les Arcades cinemas for the final three days.
From Wednesday 13th May to Friday 15th May 2020 (accreditations can be collected from Tuesday 12th May) or from Thursday 21st May to Saturday 23rd May 2020 (accreditations can be collected from Wednesday 20th May). Please choose one of these two sessions when submitting your application.
Applications must be submitted online via the accreditation portal (no applications will be processed by telephone).
Documents to be provided with the application form:
• ID document (both sides) or passport;
• ID photo;
• A letter of motivation;
Once the accreditation request has been accepted, you will be sent an email (no answer will be given by phone)
.Named badges with a photo ID and the programme of dedicated sessions can be collected from the Accreditation Office of the Palais des Festivals.