At FilmFreeway, we’re always working on making our community as secure and trustworthy as possible. That’s why, before listing a festival, the primary festival account holder must confirm their mobile phone number.
In some cases, for brand-new or less established festivals, we may also ask for a government ID to confirm you’re really you. This helps us keep FilmFreeway secure and fight fraud.
If you’re asked to verify your ID, you’ll need to add a photo of a government ID (driver’s license, passport, visa, etc.).
You may also be asked to take a brand-new photo (selfie) of yourself. The photo you take of yourself needs to match your photo on your ID, and your ID must be valid. If your photos don’t match, you’re under 18, or your ID is not valid, you won't be able to publish your festival listing.
Your ID must be an official government-issued photo ID, not an ID for a school, library, gym, etc. If you add a driver’s license, you’ll be asked for two photos: one of the front and one of the back. If you add a passport, make sure the photo includes the numbers located at the bottom of the page with your picture.
If you need to come back and add your ID later, that’s fine, you can pick up where you left off at filmfreeway.com/verify
Before listing your festival, please review our publishing requirements.
FilmFreeway has a zero tolerance policy for false information. If you provide a false ID or include any false or misleading information in your festival's listing, your festival and all related accounts will be immediately and permanently banned from the site. Please read our Deactivation Policy.