For visitors from the film and television industry: Professional representatives of the film, cinema and festival industry as well as filmmakers and actors can apply for accreditation. Students of film and media studies are also eligible for accreditation.
Accreditation for the 55th Hof International Film Festival is now open! We offer you two possibilities of accreditation:
Please note that participation in the events on site obligates you to follow the rules for protection against infection, i.e. visitors must follow the instructions of the staff, keep their distance and be prepared to wear a mouth-nose covering. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, we have to limit the number of trade visitors in Hof again this year.
Ana Radica will be happy to answer any questions you may have about accreditation:
The Hof International Film Festival is one of the most important film festivals in Germany – for many, HOF is THE most important festival for German films. So it is not without reason that Wim Wenders coined the phrase HOME OF FILMS for the Hof International Film Festival.
An ideal mix of industry events and a film festival open to the public provides for the unique flair of the Hof International Film Festival.
Every year around 80 feature films and 50 short films are screened as German and world premieres in some 200 screenings. Sixty percent of the productions are from Germany.
Approximately 500 film professionals and more than 150 journalists attend the festival and report in print and online media. The cinemas are packed and some 30,000 cinemagoers attend the screenings over the course of six days in eight festival cinema locations.
Internationale Hofer Filmtage
D 95028 Hof