Delegate registrations open for 15th Mumbai Film Festival

MUMBAI: It‘s good news for movie lovers. The 15th edition of Mumbai Film Festival is officially open for delegate and media registrations. The iconic film festival which showcases award winning and acclaimed films from all over the globe has announced its online registrations with early bird discounts. The early bird registrations will close at 1900 hours on1 October.

The eight day film festival which will be held from 17-24 October will showcase a stellar lineup of over 200 films from about 60 countries. National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA), Nariman Point and Metro Cinema are the main festival venues, while Cinemax, Andheri (West) will be the satellite venue.

The registration process for both the delegate and media can be done online on the film festival‘s website The delegates registering online will subsequently receive a confirmation through an e-mail. This year the festival has made arrangements for sms and e-mail alerts about delegate card pickups, on-line seat reservation system for screenings during the festival and important festival communication for registered delegates.

For any problems related to online registrations, delegates can send an e-mail at The registration form can be downloaded and later submitted along with fees at the Mumbai Film Festival office till 1October, between 11 am to 6 pm.

Delegates must carry their college ID card, film industry card or film society membership cards for verification at the time of catalogue fee payment/collection of delegate cards.

The early bird discounts for various categories of delegates are as under:
1. Students - Rs 600
2. Film industry associations & Film Societies - Rs 750
3. General Delegates - Rs 1150

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