PRESS ACCREDITATION FOR THE 26TH MIFF "LISTAPAD" IS NOW OPEN

Accreditation

Minsk International Film Festival “Listapad” is now accepting press accreditation requests for the 26th edition. Film critics, journalists and bloggers are invited to apply for press accreditation till 25th of September, 2019. The accreditation will allow to take part in the festival events, attend film screenings and interact with the guests, as well as to cover festival’s work fully and quickly.

To request an accreditation for the film festival please fill in an application form in Belarusian, Russian or English. We ask authors who haven’t covered Minsk International Film Festival yet to outline a plan of future publications. Additional information and application forms are available at the official website of the festival listapad.com in the Accreditation section.

If an applicant needs to submit files confirming previous work at the film festival, we expect them at the e-mail address listapadpress@gmail.com with "Accreditation. Your name and surname" in the subject field.

Accreditation quota at Minsk IFF “Listapad”:
* Printed and online media – max. 2 people (a journalist and a photographer);
* Radio companies – max. 1 person per project;
* Information agencies – max.  2 people;
* TV companies – max. 3 people per project;
* Blogs (4K+ subscribes) – 1 person.

The Press Centre does not consider applications with inappropriate answers to compulsory questions. Questions on the accreditation procedure are welcomed at listapadpress@gmail.com

Please note: newsletter on the events of the 26th MIFF “Listapad” starts in September. You can subscribe to our newsletter by sending a request to listapadpress@gmail.com

26th Film Festival "Listapad" will take place in Minsk on November 1-8, 2019. The Festival Organizer is Visual and Performing Arts Centre "ART Corporation". The founders are Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Belarus, Minsk City Executive Committee with the participation of Belteleradiocompany, National Film Studio "Belarusfilm", and Belarussian Union of Cinematographers.