Holiday Gifts For Filmmakers| Raindance Film Festival

In true Raindance Film Festival style we’re still committed to delivering the traditional Holiday season. Why give objects that languish in drawers when you can choose career-enhancing Holiday Gifts For Filmmakers?

This year we may have curtailed the normal online frenzy, but I believe this gives us a useful exercise in reflection. In some ways the pandemic has made us think about what we really value in our lives. I know, as filmmakers we value our creativity – possibly more so than acquiring new things.

And the one thing we can do to cultivate our creativity is to learn the tools and techniques of the craft that we’re manifesting them through.

Yes, we’re talking about story skills. And filmmaking skills. In case you’ve missed it, you can save up to 40% discount on Raindance filmmaking classes to help you do just that.

These are products for investing in yourself. In your craft. And ultimately in your creativity.

Rather than buying more things that will sit in drawers and maybe get used once or twice, education and material to learn new skills is something that can stay with you forever. It enhances your life. How you think, and how you dream.

And ultimately what you believe is possible for your life.

2020 has been an horrendous, disruptive year. But with the capacity to dream of a brighter tomorrow, and with the skills that are within your reach, so much more is possible.

Here are the classes that will help you make tangible progress on your writing dreams. And Raindance courses start at £15. And that’s before your discount!

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2021.05.22 Saturday Film School London

 

2023.12.12 Deep Characterisation: Screenwriters’ Workshop

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About 

Photo Credit David Martinez / BIFA 2018

Few people know more filmmakers and screenwriters than Elliot Grove. Elliot is the founder of Raindance Film Festival (1993) and the British Independent Film Awards (1998). He has produced over 700 hundred short films and five feature films: the multi-award-winning The Living and the Dead (2006), Deadly Virtues (2013), AMBER (2017), Love is Thicker Than Water (2018) and the SWSX Grand Jury Prize winner Alice (2019). He teaches screenwriting and producing in the UK, Europe, Asia and America.

Raindance BREXiT trailer 2019

Elliot has written three books which have become industry standards: Raindance Writers’ Lab: Write + Sell the Hot Screenplay, now in its second edition, Raindance Producers’ Lab: Lo-To-No Budget Filmmaking and Beginning Filmmaking: 100 Easy Steps from Script to Screen (Professional Media Practice).

In 2009 he was awarded a PhD for services to film education.

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