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Raindance Film Festival 2014
23 September 2014
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Raindance Film Festival opens today in London, lasting till 5th OctoberRunning for 22 consecutive years, Raindance FF has been bringing the best world independent films and has build a strong legacy of uncovering the future great filmmakers, with premiere hits including Memento and Oldboy the previous years. 

On the Variety magazine’s list as one of the world’s top 50 ‘unmissable film festivals’, Raindance FF aims to nurture, support and promote independent films and filmmakers from the UK and around the world. On its 2014 edition the festival is screening 100 feature films and over 150 short films.

Last year Raindance FF made a step further into the future of distribution by launching its VOD platform, Raindance Releasing. Providing great content at a fair price for the filmmakers that screen their films during the festival, Raindance Releasing is a place to experience the Raindance Film Festival year round. 

Web Fest, a dedicated web series festival is also returning to Raindance for its second year. It takes place on 27th and 28th September and will feature a packed schedule of screenings and panel discussions with industry experts, covering topics from digital storytelling, to creating the social TV experience.

The festival’s Industry Days Section is truly rich and multilayered. With a great reputation among industry professionals, Industry Days organises a series of lectures and debates on Web distribution, meetings of new collaborators, pitching for a film in the Live!Ammunition! event and everything on financing, producing and distributing your next film. 

Raindance FF also takes short films very seriously with over 14 shorts programmes while one of them will automatically qualify for the Oscar shortlist. A collection of 20 of the top bold, innovative and fresh Japanese films will be also screening, as well as a Focus on Mexico section with 7 new films, never seen before in Europe.

Balkan feature films and co-productions:

Across the Sea by Nisan Dag & Esra Saydam, Turkey/USA, 2014

Barbarians by Ivan Ikic, Serbia/Montenegro/Slovenia, 2014 - Nominated for Best Debut Feature

Istanbul United by Olli Waldhauer & Farid Eslam, Germany/Czech Republic/Turkey/Switzerland, 2014         

Monument to Michael Jackson by Darko Lungulov, Serbia/Germany/F.Y.R.O.M./Croatia, 2014 - Nominated for Best International Feature

Number 55 by Kristijan Milic, Croatia, 2014

One Shot by Robert Orhel, Croatia, 2013

Project Cancer by Damjan Kozole, Slovenia, 2013

Standing Aside, Watching by Yorgos Servetas, Greece, 2012, - Nominated for Best International Feature

Vis-à-Vis by Nevio Marasovic, Croatia, 2013

Out of the dozens of short films from around the world screening at the 22nd Raindance FF, there are 4 from Balkan countries, among them Asimina Proedrou’s Red Hulk, winner of Short Film Festival Drama 2013. 

Greed by Erhan Yuruk, Turkey, 2014, 5’

Human by Brigitte Drodtloff, Gremany/Romania, 2014, 11’

Thousand by Danijel Zezelj, Croatia, 2014, 6’

Red Hulk by Asimina Proedrou, Greece, 2013, 28’

Read here Raindance FF 2014 complete program.

  Standing Aside, Watching
  The Sentimentalists
  Monument to Michael Jackson
  One Shot
  Southern Scum Go Home!
  So Hot Was The Cannon
  Istanbul United
  Children Of The Sun
  Number 55
  Project Cancer
  Across the Sea
  Fishermen`s Conversations
  Darko Lungulov
  Nicholas Triandafyllidis
  Damjan Kozole
  Goran Vojnović
  Yorgos Servetas
  Ivan Ikic
  Robert Orhel
  Nevio Marasovic
  Slobodan Skerlic
  Nisan Dag
  Esra Saydam
  Antonio Mitrikeski
  Farid Eslam
  Olli Waldhauer
  Kristijan Milic
  Chiara Bove Makiedo
  Raindance Film Festival 2014 Shorts Program
  Raindance Film Festival Web Fest
  Raindance Film Festival on Facebook
  Raindance Film Festival on Twitter
  Raindance Film Festival 2014 Trailer
  Raindance Releasing VOD Platform
  Raindance Film Festival 2014 Industry Days
  Raindance Film Festival Official Website
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