Welcome to Raindance London

Raindance London aims to promote and support independent filmmaking and filmmakers in the UK.

From new and emerging to industry pros, Raindance connects, trains, supports, and promotes visual storytellers through every step of their career.

This page contains all of the information you will need to know about our Raindance London hub, including upcoming courses, classes and events, and how to find us.

Details on Raindance Film Festival can be found here.

Courses available at Raindance London

Click here to browse upcoming film training courses and events at Raindance London

“What has always impressed me about Raindance is their accessibility. The toughest thing about building a career in the film industry is that it’s easy to feel like you’re on the outside. Raindance breaks that theory down – it demystifies the process and it gives you access to industry insiders who have been there and done it.”

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Contact Us

Email: info@raindance.co.uk

Phone: +44 (0)207 930 3412

Address:
Raindance Film Centre, 10a Craven Street,
London, WC2N 5PE

VAT Number: GB133 9000 47

Ultimate Guide To Creating a Unique Genre

When you are starting out in filmmaking and have an idea for a story, it might be difficult to find a way to express yourself, so it is always a good idea to start somewhere - anywhere basically. First stop on your filmmaking journey: Genre. There is a plethora of...

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Has Marketing Changed Filmmaking?

Marketing your film is arguably one of the most crucial aspects of film production today. The writer in me will say that, no, it's actually the writing. If you don't have a story, you don't have a good film to market. Actors will say that great performances will draw...

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8 Things You Can Learn from the First 8 Years of Cinema

Anyone who remembers Martin Scorsese’s Hugo (2011) has had a short introduction to the weird, innovative, and sometimes pretty awkward world of the first few years of film history, what Tom Gunning has defined as the “cinema of attractions”. One of the thing that...

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