1. LUX - Mariënburg 38-39
2. Pavilion - Mariënburgplein
3. Merleyn – Hertogstraat 13
4. Brebl - Honig Complex, Waalbandijk 22
5. Festival Hotel - Credible
6. Festival Hotel - De Prince
7. Festival Hotel - Amrâth Hotel Belvoir

Delegate Information


Film professionals, -students and press can request an accreditation. This accreditation is stricly personal and gives you access to festival screenings, industry events and the Video Library.

For the first time, Go Short presents the Industry Discount accreditation. With this accreditation, tickets to screenings are only €5,50 and you don't have access to our Video Library. Furthermore, this badge gives you the same rights as a regular accreditation.

Accreditation NBF-members€55
Accreditation film student€30
Industry Discount-badge€15

The accreditation deadline has expired. Late accreditation applications can be requested by contacting the industry office at

Delegates List

Curious to see who will be attending Go Short 2016? Check out our delegates list in the Go Short festival portal!

Industry Desk

The Go Short Industry Desk is located at the Festival Pavilion. Please come to the Industry Desk to pick up your festival badge and in case you have any questions. Feel free to drop by!

Industry Desk opening hours

Wed. 6/414:00 - 22:00
Thr. 7/409:00 - 21:00
Fri. 8/409:00 - 21:00
Sat. 9/409:00 - 21:00
Sun. 10/409:00 - 21:00

During the festival days, you can reach the Industry Desk at +31649492132.

Program Highlights

Like every year, the program of Go Short consists of a European, Dutch and student-film competition. In addition to that, we have loads of Austrian shorts, shorts with Animals as theme, and we have two special guests: Adrian Sitaru and Konstantina Kotzamani.

All films are either English spoken or English subtitled. Please follow this link to see the entire program.


Tickets for badge-holders are available at the box-office of LUX from 30 minutes up to the start of the screening. Do you want to be assured of a ticket? Go Short has reserved 10 tickets per screening for Industry guests. You can request a ticket at the Industry Desk one day prior to the screening. Don't forget to pick them up at the Industry Desk on the day of the screening.
Please note a ticket is required for every screening.

Industry Day

For all guests from the film industry, Go Short annually organises the Industry Day, in cooperation with EYE and NBF. The Industry Day will take place on April 8th, you can see the entire program here. Guests of the Industry Day are welcome to use our Video Library on April 8th.

You can find the subscription form for the Industry Day here.

Full Price€25
Festival guests with badge can join the Industry Day for free (except for the Industry Discount Badge), registration is required.

After approval of your registration, you will be included in the Delegates List. You can pick up your Industry Day badge at the Industry Desk on April 8th.

Video Library

Our Video Library contains all films of the 8th edition of Go Short. Additionally, there is an elaborate selection of recent Dutch shorts from different academies, institutes, distributors and production companies in the Netherlands in our Dutch Platform. Technical data, synopsis, and contact information are available in a digital database.

Video Library opening hours
Location: Vlaams Arsenaal

Thu. 7/4 - Sat. 9/410:00 - 20:00*
Sun. 10/410:00 - 15:00
*until 22.00 by request

Industry Events

View our website for the complete Go Short Industry program!

How to get to Nijmegen

Airport Weeze, Germany.
Shuttlebus from Weeze to Nijmegen Central Station leaves from platform 5. Reservations for this bus should be made 24hrs in advance through this website.

Eindhoven Airport, The Netherlands
Take bus 401 to Eindhoven Central Station, where you can take a train to Nijmegen Central Station. This journey will take about 90 minutes.

Düsseldorf International Airport, Germany
Take the international train to Nijmegen Central Station. You can plan your trip though the website of the Deutsche Bahn.

Amsterdam - Schiphol Airport, The Netherlands
There are direct trains from the airport to Nijmegen Central Station. You can plan your trip on this website, the trip will take about 90 minutes.
When you book your flight with KLM, there is the possibility to add a free bus transport to Nijmegen from Schiphol Airport, however this bus only goes twice a day. Please check this website for more information.

Industry Office - Contact

Should you have any questions regarding accreditation or the Industry program, please contact the Industry Office:

Charlotte Hendriks, Joram Schrama & Thijs van der Laak
+31 (0)24-6636789