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Raindance Vancouver

Raindance Vancouver is a branch of Raindance Film Festival – Europe’s largest independent film festival. We aim to support emerging and independent filmmakers in bringing to life their projects by providing access to up-to-date, industry-focussed film training, networking opportunities and links to the local film industry on Canada’s West Coast.

This page contains all of the information you’ll need to know about our Raindance Vancouver hub, including upcoming courses and events, as well as how to contact us.

Courses available at Raindance Vancouver

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

“Raindance is a fantastic resource for young filmmakers, providing a forum for discussion, training and a showcase for their talents”

Gillies MacKinnon

Director, Small Faces, Hideous Kinky, Regeneration

Raindance Vancouver

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Contact Us

Email: vancouver@raindance.org

Phone: 1 604 525 3089

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