Industry

Industry

Industry accredtitaions

Industry Accreditations for the 14th Short Waves Festival are now on sale! We highly encourage the industry representatives: film festivals, distributors and film students to apply for the industry accreditations. Get access to festival events in Poznań on June 14-19, 2022, as well as the SWF online program.

Accreditation form is available at Filmchief portal. After the confirmation of accreditation and the payment, a festival badge can be collected between June 14-19 at the Festival Office at ZAMEK Culture Centre in Poznań (Św. Marcin 80/82). The number of accreditations is limited.
Price: 60 PLN

The industry accreditation entitles you to collect tickets free of charge for all of the film and industry events except: Electrical Walks (registration required), Opening Event.
This year, accreditation holders can also sign up for one of the Random Garden Cinema events by registering at the SWF Info Point during the festival dates or sending an e-mail to dawid.adarte@gmail.com. Tickets may be collected not earlier than the day before the selected event.

The indsutry accreditations also includes:
– a festival bag with full set of gadgets from this year’s edition;
– access to SWF online (shortwaves.filmchief.com);
– access to This Is Short (thisisshort.com);
– access to SWF video library after the festival.

If you have any questions, please contact us via e-mail: info@shortwaves.pl

14th Short Waves Festival will be held between June 14-19, 2022, in Poznań, Poland & online. 6 festival days of June means almost 100 cinematic events spread within festival’s host city of Poznań and nearly 300 films with 89 in competitions alone (5 competitions: International Competition, Polish Competition Polish Experimental Film Competition, Urban View Competition focused on architecture, design city and its residents and Dances with Camera focused on dance, movement and body expression caught in the watchful eye of the camera).

This year’s industry program includes Cinema Talks – panels and meetings with the key festival guests around experimental cinema as well as informal networking meetings over a glass of wine during regular meetups.