Offline Start! Registration of Exhibitors and Guests/Buyers for the 13th BJIFF is Launched in Full Swing!
As the Five Hundred Miles is announced to be opening in theater on the first day of the Chinese New Year, there are a total of six films to be released during the Spring Festival period, namely The Wandering Earth Ⅱ, Hidden Blade, Full River Red, Deep Sea, Five Hundred Miles, and Boonie Bears: Guardian Code. All the six films feature all-star lineup and diverse genres. No doubt the bustling and festive Spring Festival period will be packed with movie-goers and their family members and friends.
The cold winter is over, and spring is coming soon. The 13th Beijing International Film Festival (BJIFF) is coming as the Spring Festival period is. Over the past few years, the BJIFF Beijing Film Market has shifted from offline organization to “Online BJIFF”, and we’ve continued to expand the width and breadth of content, experiment with new ways of organization, and do our best to help filmmakers that are accustomed to offline communication adapt to online communication faster and better.
Nevertheless, the film market and filmmakers hold feverish anticipation for the offline Beijing Film Market. The Beijing Film Market decided to resume the offline Exhibition at the 13th BJIFF. A free, open and inclusive hub will be prepared for filmmakers in April, where we may express our thoughts freely, explore new cooperation opportunities, communicate with filmmakers from all over the world, and benefit more from films.
We look forward to seeing you in April in Beijing.
The Exhibition of the 13th BJIFF Beijing Film Market is to be held in mid to late April, 2023. The registration of exhibitors, and guests/buyers is launched in full swing. The registration will be closed on March 31, 2023, and 30% discount will be available for registration made by February 26, 2023.
1. Exhibitor registration
There are six types of booths available for this edition of Exhibition, including standard booths (9m2), standard booths with setup (36m2) and three other types of booths with setup. As for online Exhibition, there are standard booths, booths with setup and joint booths.
The Exhibition of the 13th BJIFF Beijing Film Market is open to exhibition applications from companies and organizations in the global film industry and related industries, with priority given to film production companies, copyright sellers/agencies and video streaming websites.
Please visit the official website of the BJIFF (http://www.bjiff.com) and click “Market”—“Exhibitor Registration” to submit application online.
For more information regarding exhibitor registration, please visit the official website of the BJIFF (http://www.bjiff.com) and refer to relevant general rules under the “Market”—“Exhibition” section.
2. Guest/buyer registration
As an annual event of the film industry, the Beijing Film Market attracts guests/buyers from many film companies every year to visit the Exhibition, check out projects, spectate forums, meet up and exchange with old and new friends, and expand their connections.
The Exhibition of the 13th BJIFF Beijing Film Market is open to professionals engaged in the global film industry and related industries. In particular, only those professionals that pass the qualification check by the Beijing Film Market Department will be eligible for buyer registration application. Such applicants are required to specify their complete working experience over the past three years for review. Those that fail the qualification check will be allowed guest registration.
Please visit the official website of the BJIFF (http://www.bjiff.com) and click “Market”—“Guest/Buyer Registration” to submit application online.
For more information regarding exhibitor registration, please visit the official website of the BJIFF (http://www.bjiff.com) and refer to relevant general rules under the “Market”—“Guest/Buyer” section.
Exhibitor@bjiff.com (exhibitor registration)
Guest@bjiff.com (guest registration)
email@example.com (buyer registration)
Filmmarket@bjiff.com (inquiries about the Beijing Film Market)