Thank you Fiona, you gave us our Christmas back. We can now happily spend the holidays with our family instead of constantly working overtime.
What we offer
Our great features
Fiona is easy to use and packed with powerful features that are designed to perform a lot of work in a short time.
Make overviews of almost everything to keep track of the progress of the work to be done, at any time.
Keep up the pace by dropping films and activities on our intelligent scheduler.
Seamlessly integrate our powerful entry and invoicing platform in your website.
Publish your full program to your website, app or print designer with just one click.
Made for film festivals, created by film festivals
Fiona has been developed in collaboration with the three largest film festivals in the Netherlands. Our partners remain closely involved in the further development of new functionality.
The International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam offers an independent and inspiring meeting place for audiences and professionals to see a diverse and high-quality program.
The 33rd edition of IDFA takes place from November 18 to 29, 2020.
The International Film Festival Rotterdam offers a high quality line-up of carefully selected fiction and documentary feature films, short films and media art.
The 49th edition of IFFR takes place from January 22 to February 2, 2020.
The Nederlands Film Festival is both the home of Dutch cinema and the leading platform for the Netherlands’ national film culture.
The 41st edition of NFF takes place from September 25 to October 3, 2020.
Keep it simple: Connect to specialized tools
A lot of festivals wish to have an ‘all-in-one’ software program. What if your solution is created around one steady core, which is connected to multiple, smaller solutions? All made by specialists, taking care of a specific part of the process.
3 reasons why a custom made
database no longer pays off
Is your festival so unique that you need your own, custom-made festival management database? We give you three reasons why self-built solutions no longer are sustainable.