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Raindance Berlin

Raindance Berlin is a film training and networking organisation that works to promote and support independent filmmaking and filmmakers in Germany.

From budding filmmakers to experienced professionals, Raindance 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 the Raindance Berlin hub, including upcoming classes & events, as well as where to find us and contact details.

Courses available at Raindance Berlin

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

“I am a big supporter of Raindance’s courses. They are fun, they are affordable, but most importantly they are a fantastic training ground for future talent and people hoping to make their mark in the industry. I offer my wholehearted endorsement to Raindance’s training programme”
Matt Mueller

Editor, Screen International

Raindance Berlin

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Contact Us

Email: berlin@raindance.org

Address:
KN Space for Art in Context
Skalitzer Str. 68,
10997, Berlin

Your Characters: Rebirth in Symbols

Your Characters: Rebirth in Symbols

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Wisdom, Experience and Gaffer tape

Wisdom, Experience and Gaffer tape

Let’s make a movie! Ok, so who do I know who can produce? Who’s good with a camera? Who can carry off that lead role I’ve written which let’s face it is loosely based on me or some part of me that I like/dislike? If you’re an indie filmmaker you’ll be used to writing,...

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The Pitch is Back: 125 Word Competition Winners

The Pitch is Back: 125 Word Competition Winners

We live in a world of information overload. Learning how to reduce your story idea to a short pitch is one of the secrets that professional storytellers use in order to attract interest to their project. This short, so-called ‘elevator pitch‘ is about 30 seconds or...

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