Would you like to know who attended Go Short? The complete list of guests who have confirmed their stay is available in the Delegates List.
Film professionals, film students and press can request an accreditation. This accreditation identifies you as a professional visitor and is strictly personal. An accreditation gives you access to all festival screenings, industry events and the video library including Dutch Platform. It also includes a festival bag exclusively designed for Go Short by Stephen Irwin and a festival catalogue. Please note that tickets to screenings and events are free of charge for pass holders, but it is necessary to pick up a ticket in advance at the box office.
The accreditation deadline has expired. Late accreditation applications can be requested by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Should you have any questions regarding accreditation requests or attending Go Short 2015, please contact:
Fay Breeman, Lieneke Grollé & Amber Nefkens
The video library will be open to all delegate and press visitors. The library holds all films in this year's festival program. In addition, our Dutch Platform holds an extensive collection of recent shorts from different academies, institutes, distributors and production companies in the Netherlands.
• European Competition, Dutch Competition and Breaking Shorts Student
• Country in Focus: Baltic states
• Director in Focus: Gunhild Enger (Norway)
• Theme in Focus: Generation I
• Retrospective: Yann Gonzalez (France)
• Go Short Industry Day on Friday 10 April 2015
• Short Film Pitch with new Dutch productions on Saturday 11 April 2015
• Video Library including the Dutch Platform (an extended catalogue of Dutch
shorts), open 8–12 April 2015
• Market screenings with recent Dutch short films
• Workshops & Seminars
• Daily drinks & Parties
You can see the entire program here
It is only possible to register for the Industry Day during the festival at our Industry Desk, which is located in the festival pavilion on the Marienburg square.
Yes, all films are either English spoken or English subtitled.
You have to get tickets for free events which tike place in LUX. You can get the tickets at the box office or order online. Tickets aren't required for free events at the pavillion.
Airport Weeze, Germany
The airport is located 45 km southeast of Nijmegen just across the border with Germany. Most flights being carried out by Ryanair. You can take the shuttle bus from Weeze to Nijmegen Central Station, which leaves from platform 5. Reservations for the shuttle bus should be made 24 hours in advance through this website.
Eindhoven Airport, The Netherlands
Located 60 kilometers to the southwest of Nijmegen. From the airport you can take bus 401 to Eindhoven Central Station. Here you can take a train to Nijmegen Central Station. This journey will take you approximately 90 minutes.
Düsseldorf International Airport, Germany
Located 110 kilometers southeast of Nijmegen. From the airport you can take the international train to Nijmegen Central Station. You can plan your trip on the website of the Deutsche Bahn.
Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport, The Netherlands
The largest airport in the Netherlands, 135 kilometers to the northwest of Nijmegen. From the airport you can take a direct train to Nijmegen Central Station. This journey will take you approximately 90 minutes, and you can plan it on the website of NS (Dutch Railways).
The ICE train serves a line connecting the Netherlands, Switzerland, Austria, and Germany. The train stops at Arnhem Central Station, where you can get a connecting train to Nijmegen (20 min).
The Thalys runs between Marseille, Bourg St. Maurice, Paris, Brussels, Antwerp, Rotterdam en Amsterdam. You can take connecting trains on the national lines from Rotterdam and Amsterdam to Nijmegen.
The NS (Dutch Railways) serves Nijmegen from all parts of the Netherlands throughout the day. Veolia runs the trains in the south, running 2 commuter trains an hour from Roermond, the station where you can connect to Venlo and Maastricht. Use this Journey Planner.
Nijmegen is connected to the German cities (and railway stations) of Kleve and Emmerich by bus 58.