With Eventival you can store your personal, company, film, artist, event, performance and project data & files in a secure online database. You also have direct access to data from the Cinando database. You can let film submission, accreditation and other data flow seamlessly into your Eventival database through the Visitor Page interface.
Eventival's clear modular structure mirrors an event or festival's organisational processes. The year-round and festival-specific work is done in one system - a tidy mind's dream. Unveil the mysteries of interdependency haunting your work - then improve it.
Who do you think spends more on data safety - your office or a dedicated data centre?
"Divide and rule" by setting credentials permitting people to see and do only what they should so you can better concentrate on your tasks and stop worrying about "what ifs".
Stylish, colour-coded interface for your staff & simple interface for filmmakers and guests. Ergonomic design driven by real needs, improvements inspired by real users. The only serious alternative to Excel spreadsheets covering your monitor.
A picture speaks a thousand words. Appreciate Eventival best by seeing it!
What is Eventival
and who is it for?
Eventival is a DATA MANAGEMENT PLATFORM simplifying work with data, facilitating division of labour and improving internal and external communication.
Eventival is also a LOGISTICAL TOOLBOX with an array of event planning and production features for cultural, social and business event organisers who like to spend less time on mechanical and repetitive routines and more on creative work. Originally designed for film festivals and today the most comprehensive and widely used film festival software, it has outgrown its purpose and is now usied by music and literary festivals, conferences and for general event management.
Read why festivals and events like Eventival
- An all-in-one solution
Whether you are a small team sharing an office or not even using one, or a large organisation with…
- No installation = no burden, no hidden costs
Unlike software you have to install that creates a burden of upgrades, hardware or onsite IT…
- The most widely used festival system today
Over the past years, Eventival 2.0 has become the preferred solution amongst film festivals around…
Apichatpong Weerasethakul, film director (Chiang Mai, Thailand)
I'm so impressed with Eventival. Sleepless nights for the festival staff are over ... hopefully!
Winner of the Cannes IFF Palme d'Or in 2010
Sarasota Film Festival (Sarasota, USA)
We were in dire need of a system. So we did our due diligence and vetted festival software and we unanimously settled on Eventival because of its 360-degree view of managing a film festival. Eventival enabled our programming, events, guest services and marketing to all work in ONE system. We can't wait to unleash even more functionality for next year. What's a huge plus is the Visitors Page where filmmakers, talent and VIPs can see their itinerary, RSVP to events and check their schedule. What…
Freeridecamps (Prague, Czech Republic)
Successful collaboration + friendly environment + flexible approach + effort to satisfy our needs = perfect satisfaction.
Reykjavik International Film Festival (Reykjavik, Iceland)
The system may seem complex at first, but it is very logical and intuitive. Small bugs are always dealt with immediately by the programmers who seem to never sleep: virtually every issue we have encountered was solved at once. Although Eventival is still in development, it has already become a 'full time member' of our festival team.
Berlin Fashion Film Festival (Berlin, Germany)
We’ve had a really fast growth in terms of submissions for the Berlin fashion Film Festival. As having to manage everything via spreadsheets became painful, we were looking for a tool to handle the most important processes in terms of managing the films, such as submissions, film-review, judging, etc. We tried out various systems, but with Eventival we feel the safest, especially because of their great, friendly and efficient customer service. On the rare occasions when you might have a…
Co-Founder & Festival Director