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Industry Accreditation

Industry Accreditation for Glasgow Film Festival is now closed.

This year we offered two types of Industry accreditation - Standard Industry Pass (access to online Industry events programme only) and Industry Plus Pass (full access to the industry programme online, along with Press & Industry screenings). Industry Plus passes were available to purchase until midnight on Sunday 14 February and Standard Industry passes were available until midnight on Sunday 21 February.


'Welcome To' the Festival

As part of the 'Welcome To' programme at GFF this year, focusing on Black Scottish stories, we are helping to support the continued development of Black Scottish film networks through a number of free of charge Industry passes for Black UK-based filmmakers who have not previously attended the festival.

To register your interest in one of these passes, please email with Industry Pass Offer in the subject heading, and you will be contacted from there.


Filmmakers Under 30 - Sponsored by MUBI

This year we announced a new scheme to support filmmakers in the UK under the age of 30, to access our full Industry programme for just £10, kindly sponsored by MUBI. These passes were limited and are no longer available - thank you to everyone who applied, we hope you enjoy the programme!

Please see below for the full breakdown of the types of Industry accreditation and their benefits:


Industry Plus Pass

Standard Industry Pass 

Direct messaging service for delegates,  filmmakers and press

All digital industry sessions on our festival  platform (over 15+ events)

Networking events

1-2-1s with industry experts

Additional benefits:

Digital delegate goodie bag

Complementary P&I screenings on our
festival platform





Full Price



Due to the financial challenges currently facing the industry due to COVID-19, we significantly reduced the prices for Industry accreditation this year

Industry passes are non-transferrable and non-refundable.

Concessions apply to full-time students, over-60s, those in receipt of welfare benefits including those in relation to low income,  Disability Living Allowance or Personal Independent Payment, have a CEA card, Disabled bus pass or define themselves as Disabled under The Equalities Act 2010  where “Disability is defined as: ‘a physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on your ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities’.

If you have any questions about accreditation, you can view our FAQ here or contact If you applied for accreditation and need to access your account, you can do so here.


BSL video - Welcome to GFF21 / Industry Accreditation:

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