The Festival de Cannes is one of the largest media events in the world, covered by more than 4000 journalists and over 2000 media outlets from around 90 countries.
Press accreditations are granted by the Press Office or the Audiovisual Press Office, to authorised media representatives only, who have been assigned responsibility for media coverage of the Festival. Any other media representatives should contact the Festival Accreditations team.
The number of accreditations per media outlet and the categories of the badges (access and priority levels) are attributed according to the profession represented (journalist, photographer, media technician), the periodicity of the media outlet, its size (circulation, audience), its focus on cinema and its expected coverage of the Festival de Cannes.
You can apply for accreditation from February 1 to April 19, 2024 for print and digital media, and from March 1 to 31 for audiovisual media.
Registering for the Festival de Cannes requires payment of a €20 (excl. tax) environmental contribution per participant that aims to offset carbon emissions generated by accredited attendees’ travel to and accommodation in Cannes. The collected sums will then be donated in full to carbon offset programmes. This offsetting measure is part of the Festival de Cannes’ environmental policy.
The Festival’s new environmentally-friendly initiatives will soon be outlined in an eco-responsible programme available to view online.