Current MA student Miles Crossman, based in Brandon, Manitoba, Canada, has just won a film pitch prize at the Gimli festival. Miles and his partner Nicola Baldwin, pitched If it Ain’t Got, a swing dance short film about community and inclusion.

If it Ain’t Got will chronicle the experience of a 21-year-old Nigerian man’s discovery of swing dancing and its inclusive power of bringing people of all backgrounds together through dance.

Read more about the project here.

Congratulations, Miles!

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Baptiste is Raindance’s Postgraduate Degree Registrar. A writer who comes from the part of France where it’s always sunny, Baptiste attended business school and is passionate about diversity in film. But what he really loves is making up stories and writing narrative fiction.