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Delegate Registration is now open!

Get your passes to the 65th Edinburgh International Film Festival…

 

Edinburgh International Film Festival is proud to announce that Industry Passes are now available for this year’s festival. To register as a delegate for EIFF 2011 click here. An EIFF delegate pass provides access to all Press and Industry screenings, Industry events and workshops, as well as entry to our new look delegate centre, including its extensive videotheque, and opportunities to network with hundreds of fellow professionals.

Industry Passes are available at the Earlybird Rate of just £150 (inclusive of VAT) and will cover the full length of the Festival. This discounted rate only lasts until 13 May, so book now to avoid disappointment. Day passes are also available for £48 per day (inclusive of VAT). Film and media student passes are available at the reduced rates of £108 for a Full Festival Pass or £36 for a Day Pass.

This year’s Industry Events programme promises to be inspiring and diverse with masterclasses, panels, music events, special focus days and guest curators. Check the Industry section of the website for details and keep up with the latest developments by following us on Twitter - @eiffdelegates

EIFF and Screen International are also proud to announce a one day conference focusing on the future of the film industry on Friday 17 June. Passes for the Conference can be purchased now both individually or as part of a discounted package with an EIFF Industry pass.

We look forward to welcoming you at EIFF 2011!

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