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.

 

Make 2018 your filmmaking year! Now registering for Winter/Spring courses 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: 416-572-4372

Address: 
We’ve moved to District 28!
28 Logan Avenue
Toronto ON
M4M 2M8

Raindance Toronto gratefully acknowledges our community partners and sponsors

Has Marketing Changed Filmmaking?

Marketing your film is arguably one of the most crucial aspects of film production today. The writer in me will say that, no, it's actually the writing. If you don't have a story, you don't have a good film to market. Actors will say that great performances will draw...

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8 Things You Can Learn from the First 8 Years of Cinema

Anyone who remembers Martin Scorsese’s Hugo (2011) has had a short introduction to the weird, innovative, and sometimes pretty awkward world of the first few years of film history, what Tom Gunning has defined as the “cinema of attractions”. One of the thing that...

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#15SecondDate Short Film Competition 2018

The Raindance #15SecondDate competition returns for 2018 as we get ready for Valentine's Day. How to Take Part: 1) Shoot a 15-second film around the theme: the date. 2) Upload it to Youtube. 3) Tweet us to enter the competition, including @Raindance and the hashtag...

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