HYBRID ONLINE FESTIVAL: Raindance Film Festival Will Safely Adapt To An Online Experience For Its 28th Edition On October 28 - November 7 | The Fan Carpet

HYBRID ONLINE FESTIVAL: Raindance Film Festival Will Safely Adapt To An Online Experience For Its 28th Edition On October 28 – November 7


29 June 2020

Against a backdrop of an industry affected by this global pandemic, Raindance will continue to support and inspire film fans and the broader film community, enabling them to thrive during these difficult times. 

Raindance views social distancing and self-isolation as a creative challenge to refresh and reinvent the festival experience. Raindance also recognises its role as a necessary platform for UK and international independent filmmakers to connect to UK audiences. With this in mind, the Raindance Film Festival will safely adapt to an online experience for its 28th edition (28 October – 7 November 2020), to run in parallel with a number of live activities, including industry sessions, panels and gigs at various central London venues. The result will be an innovative hybrid of remote engagement and live activity.

 

 

The online content of Raindance will be powered by Shift72, who have delivered world-class online film festivals for the likes of Visions du Réel, SXSW, Cannes Marché Du Film and CPH:DOX.

The festival’s VR strand curated by Maria Rakusanova, Raindance Immersive will be powered by VIVEPORT. In addition to the VR and 360 experiences, Raindance Immersive will host virtual gatherings powered by VRchat where participants can create their own virtual avatars.

 

 

Throughout the 11-day festival, audiences can expect a wide-range of screenings and panels designed to bring insight to independent filmmakers, along with a special retrospective on the yet-to-be-announced Raindance Icon Award recipient for 2020 (the 2019 recipient of the Raindance Icon Award was Olivia Colman). 

Raindance is proud to announce further support for UK and international filmmakers with a new festival pledge for its 28th edition, ranging from UK geo-blocking to the deferral of festival benefits for filmmakers. 

Click Here to Read the Pledge.

 

 

Submissions for the festival were extended earlier in the year, and are open until July 6

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