Tribeca Film Festival Press Credential Information
Thank you for your interest in the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival taking place Wednesday April 16 to Sunday April 27, 2014.
Registration will close on March 6, 2014. After this date, no applications will be considered.
The application requires you to submit/upload the following with your request form:
An assignment letter or email from your editor/producer
The letter must specify in as much detail as possible the type and focus of the planned editorial coverage.
If you are a freelancer, your letter must come from the editor/producer of the outlet for which you will be covering and the type and focus on the planned editorial coverage.
A passport style photo
Photos must be submitted as JPG (.JPG) files. The file size of each image must be at least 10kb and no larger than 100kb.
Applicants who covered the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival are not required to submit a new photo.
Recent coverage of a film festival or a film-related story, film review or arts/entertainment story written or produced by you.
Once you have these materials ready please access the application by clicking on the link:
2014 Tribeca Film Festival Credential Application
Your application is not complete until we have received all of the aforementioned support materials. Incomplete applications will not be processed.
The Festival Press Office will notify you via e-mail that your application is complete and ready for review. If your application is approved, we will send your specific details regarding your credential and the press offerings at the Festival. Should you have further inquires, please contact Lindsay Kramer, the Festival’s Press Office Manager, at +1 212.843.9304 or email@example.com.
If you need to send in hard copies of any of the required support materials rather than upload them to the application site, please send them to:
Rubenstein Communications, Inc.
1345 Avenue of the Americas – 30th Floor
New York, NY 10105
Approval or denial of accreditation: the Festival reserves the right to approve or deny accreditation. The decision is final and cannot be appealed.