Welcome to Raindance Toronto

Raindance Toronto is a non-profit film training and networking organization that works to promote and support independent filmmaking and filmmakers in Canada.

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

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

Courses available at Raindance Toronto

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

“Whether you’re just thinking of starting a career in film, or have been doing it for years, Raindance Toronto offers something for everybody. If you’re a filmmaker who needs help, there will be somebody who will take the time to help you, and be sure to connect you with all the right people. ”

William Brownridge

Editor-in-Chief, Toronto Film Scene

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Contact Us

Email: info@raindancecanada.com

Phone: 1.855.595.RAIN

Address:
276 Carlaw Ave. Suite 222
Toronto, ON M4M 3L1

Community Partners

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“Ocean” wins at the Toronto Smartphone Film Festival

Raindance MA alumni Lia Tarachansky won the Women in Film Award at the Toronto Smartphone Film Festival for her short film Ocean. Lia Tarachansky is a Russian-Israeli video journalist who reported on the attack, on the rockets Gazan militant groups launched in return,...

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Why is Deadpool so Successful?

Most people, including the writers and producers of Deadpool, have been surprised at its incredible level of success. It set a new box office record for an R-rated film, and has had gotten positive reviews from critics and the audience. Let’s take a look at what,...

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