Domain name has to match company name.
To support the mission and purpose of the TLD, in order to register or renew a domain name the Applicant or Registrant must: be the intended beneficiary of the domain name registration; and satisfy both Criteria A and B.
Criteria A – Member of the Film Industry
In order to register a .film domain name, the Registrant or Applicant must be associated with the film industry, which consists of individuals, businesses and organisations that fit into any one of the following categories:
Actively involved in the Film Industry (e.g. producers, distributors, sales agents, studios, directors, writers, photographers, technicians, actors, press, film festivals, associations); or Provide products or services to the Film Industry (e.g. lawyers, agents, PR and marketing firms, financiers, designers, equipment suppliers, domain registrars, IT and hosting providers).
Criteria B – Closely Connected
The Applicant must be closely connected to the domain name. In line with the TLD’s mission and purpose, all Applicants must be able to demonstrate a close connection with the domain name being registered. By way of example and for the purposes of guidance only, the domain name may be:
|From which region is .FILM?||Film|
|How many characters must a .FILM domain have?||3 Character|
|What is the maximum amount of characters a .FILM domain can have?||63 Character|
|Can I use German umlauts (special characters) in the domain name?||No|
|Can the domain name consist only of numbers?||No|
|Letter of intent (what do you plan to use the domain for?)||No|
|Where can I find the procurement rules of the registry?||Link|
|Are there procurement rules for this domain?||Yes|
|Do additional terms and conditions apply?||Yes|
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