Raindance Film Festival has today announced it will be taking a selection of standout independent films on a special tour of Vue Cinemas across the country in a bid to share inspiring content outside of the Capital.
For the first time in its 22 year history, Raindance will take the best of the previous year’s Film Festival to Vue Cinemas in six cities starting from Monday, 9th June 2014.
Movie lovers across the country will be treated to something different with three standout features that cover the best of independent film from around the world including Argentinean romantic comedy The Critic, British black comedy-come-horror Whoops! and Indian eco-documentary Powerless plus a Short Film Showcase, all offering a taste of the quality and diversity that can only be offered by independent filmmakers.
In addition, Raindance will be offering an insight into independent filmmaking with two special events. The Raindance’99 Minute Film School’ will tell wannabe directors and producers everything they need to know about the film industry in just over an hour and a half. And for real enthusiasts there will be a 48 Hour Filmmaking Challenge offering the chance to make a short film that will be awarded with a screening at the Raindance Film Festival at Vue Piccadilly in London later this year.
Tickets for the Raindance Film Festival Tour can be bought at www.myvue.com