Sheffield Doc/Fest press accreditation
Complementary to our autumn programme of film screenings, talks, panels, artists’ events and community engagement activities across Sheffield, some of our films and activities are moving online. For those working in press and film criticism, the best way to connect is to apply for a complimentary press accreditation.

Press accreditation is free and includes:

- Access to a curated programme of new films from all over the world, from across our non-competitive film strands: ‘Into the World’, ‘Rhyme & Rhythm’, ‘Ghosts & Apparitions’ and ‘Rebellions’, online from June until November and hopefully also in our venues in Sheffield this autumn
- Streaming of 6+ talks and panels throughout June, July and August.
- Pre-recorded access to our annual pitches: The Whickers Pitch and Chicken & Egg Pictures (Egg)celerator Lab Pitch in June
- Streaming of talks with filmmakers and on-screen talent and industry panel sessions taking place in Sheffield during our autumn weekenders.

Please apply for your accreditation by 21:00 BST, 7 June 2020.
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Are there are any reasonable adjustments we can make to assist you in your participation or with the accreditation process? For more information, please contact access@sheffdocfest.com *
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