|Raindance Film Festival
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|Posted: Mon Apr 12, 2010 7:29 am Post subject: Raindance Film Festival SUBMISSIONS NOW OPEN
|18th Raindance Film
29 September – 10 October 2010
OPEN FOR SUBMISSIONS FROM JANUARY 1
The 18th Raindance Film Festival is now open for submissions. Raindance is Europe’s leading independent film festival and takes place annually in London’s West End.
Raindance showcases features and shorts made by independent filmmakers from all around the world to an audience of film fans, journalists, acquisition executives, actors, producers and directors. Nearly 2000 films were submitted for last year’s festival, of which just over 200 were screened.
Films can be submitted via Withoutabox.com [https://www.withoutabox.com/login/1550]
Eligibility Guidelines: can be found at http://www.raindance.co.uk/site/index.php?aid=5320
7 May – Regular Deadline
4 June – Late Deadline
18 June – Withoutabox-only extended deadline
More about the Raindance Film Festival
The Raindance Film Festival brings the very best in independent and world cinema to London for twelve hectic days and nights in September & October. Specialising in edgy and alternative cinema, the festival has grown to become the biggest of its kind in the Europe.
Films that have made a splash at Raindance include Pulp Fiction, The Blair Witch Project, Dead Man’s Shoes, In Search of a Midnight Kiss and Ghost World Audition and Gozu. Every year we show a diverse selection of shorts, documentaries and fiction features. Many of these are UK premieres, giving audiences the chance to see cinematic gems before they reach the mainstream or graduate to cult legend.
The festival has hosted such guests and filmmakers as Christopher Nolan, Shane Meadows, Ken Loach, Marky Ramone, Iggy Pop, Anton Corbijn, Mick Jones, Andrea Arnold, Adam Yauch, Quentin Tarantino, Faye Dunaway, Lou Reed, Kerry Fox, Tom Waits, Armando Lannucci and Billy Childish.
Festival Jury Prizes are awarded in a number of categories, such as International Feature, UK Feature, Debut Feature and Documentary. There are also a number of short film prizes.
For more information contact:
020 7287 3833