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Fast Track For Producers/Writers/Directors

June 6 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Details

Date:
June 6
Time:
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
£2150.00

Venue

Raindance Film Centre
10a Craven Street
London, WC2N 5PE
Phone:
0207 9303 412

Other

Tutor
Various
Duration
Flexible
Start Date:
June 06, 2016
Click Here for a free information session
*** Apply Online Here
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Raindance Fast Track

Combine the best of Raindance training with mentorship and tutorials. We will provide one-on ones with some of the brightest and best filmmakers working today so you can  get your script written, plan your movie, and source funding.

Book here: for a free personal information session

If you are stuck with an existing project or want to develop an idea the course will give you direction and  invaluable feedback from fellow students.  Just make sure you commit to the time or you will kick yourself. My short was an idea;  after the course and hard hitting feedback I am now filming it and I only wanted to write a good script!  Fast track = confidence to go and do.
Claire Stevens, Writer/Director, Fast Track Jan 2014

Here’s how it works:

1. All Participants receive:

2. Decide what you want to do

Our Fast Track programme is yours to shape.
Are you a writer? A producer? A film director?

At the fast track you could:

  • Write a feature film screenplay
  • Produce a short film
  • Write a Teleplay
  • Create and launch a Web Series
  • Make a Documentary

Make a plan of attack:

You decide with your industry tutor what producing/writing/directing project you would like to undertake. The tutor will advise and assist you in developing a strategy to enable you to realise your dream.

I just wanted to say thanks so much for all of your support you have offered me this year. Talking to you and getting involved in Raindance gave me the big creative push I needed to get cracking on my directing career.
The shoot went very well and the first edit looks really good so I am thrilled. Still a bit of work to do, but I am now in the process of getting the next script together and working with Mark to flesh this one out a bit more.
I wish you all the very best for the new year and look forward to learning and making more films in 2015.
Thanks again,
Hilary Manning

3. Choose your courses

Raindance offers a wide range of evening and weekend courses designed to get the best information to you in the shortest space of time. Courses are assigned points based on their length. Fast Track students get a total of 200 points to allocate to the courses you think are most appropriate to what you want to achieve with your project.

*These courses can be taken over a six month period enabling you to focus on the Fast Track work during the first 3 months

Browse and select your courses here:

Additional Raindance courses outside of Fast Track are available at 30% discount to Fast Track Alumni and to Postgraduate Alumni and students.

4. Be Speedy.

We only have 8 places available for this competitive programme. If this sounds like the opportunity for you then don't delay your application.

*** Register Online Here

Book here: for a free personal information session

5. Getting your film out there

At Raindance, we aim to provide as many networking events as we can. We try to remain in contact with those who have passed through our doors. With a finished script or project the next step is to develop a cohesive marketing strategy.

The Raindance Team is always available at your disposal:

  • Telephone hotline
  • Email support
  • Pitching workshops
  • One sheet and other marketing materials
  • Consideration for Raindance Raw Talent

Want more in depth training?

Should you wish to formalise your experience, the work you complete can qualify as coursework for the comprehensive  Raindance Postgraduate Film Degree. Your course fees will be credited on enrollment to the Postgraduate Film Degree.

You will be assigned a personal tutor who will structure your written work. You will also be invited to work in small collaborative groups.

Current postgraduate students producing projects include:

  • A documentary on cage fighters
  • A low-budget arthouse thriller
  • A horror script
  • A web series
  • A short film
  • Analysis of crowdfung for filmmakers
  • Your project here ________________ .
Debs Paterson
Debs Paterson is a director whose first dramatic feature was AFRICA UNITED for Pathe and BBC films, for which she was nominated best debut director at BIFA and was a BAFTA Brit to Watch. AFRICA UNITED had its world premiere at Toronto and European premiere as a London film fest red carpet gala, receiving standing ovations at both events - and then had a wide release in cinemas across the UK and internationally.

Her route into the industry involved working as an editor, in special effects and indie music video, as well as a casting director's assistant. (She was also a sports presenter in Asia). Her short film credits include NAZI BOOTS (Holocaust Memorial Day Trust), SUPRAMAN & THE SCHOOL OF NECESSITY, HOME and WE ARE ALL RWANDANS - which was named best World Cinema short at Phoenix International Film Fest and received an honourable mention at the Pan African film fest in LA. She is attached to direct a new biopic being developed with BBC Films and is developing several projects as writer and director. She often collaborates with actors as part of her development process.

Details

Date:
June 6
Time:
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
£2150.00

Venue

Raindance Film Centre
10a Craven Street
London, WC2N 5PE
Phone:
0207 9303 412

Other

Tutor
Various
Duration
Flexible
Start Date:
June 06, 2016
Click Here for a free information session
*** Apply Online Here
Premium Members get this course for £2150 inc VATJoin Now!