Photo/Film Accreditation

To protect the exhibitors’ designs and Première Vision’s intellectual property rights and information content, the methods which can be used for capturing images and recording sounds at the show are now put forth in a file with the terms and conditions of accreditation, as well as the necessary forms for photographers and exhibitors.

Thus, should you wish to receive one or more photography or film accreditations, and to make it easier for you to organize your visit or that of the person(s) – journalists, photographers, cameramen – you would like to have accredited, please first formulate your request by email:

Once this request has been validated by our press office, we will send the above-mentioned documents by email: General Terms of Accreditation and the form for photographers.

You must return these documents to us, both of which must be signed and stamped by your company.

In any and all instances, the person seeking accreditation should come to the press desk in possession of the two signed original copies of these documents (the form and the accreditation terms and conditions).

This is a necessary requirement so that we may then definitively validate the request, and allow the accredited person(s) to pick up their photographer/cameraman’s authorization(s) directly at our shows.

Please note that:
– Only a limited number of Media and journalists are allowed to photograph or film at the shows, in the specific context of a particular report or article. 
– Before taking any photographs or film/video recordings of stands and/or products, accredited photographers must obtain written authorization from the exhibitors. Prior to photographing or filming, they must have said exhibitors sign the official form supplied by Première Vision. It is available on site at the Press Desk.