The Raindance Film Festival heads on over to Rome with a scheduled 5 days of independent film that should do anything but disappoint. On top of shorts and feature films there will also be courses and classes for those interested in entering into independent film.
The Raindance Film Festival is taking its inaugural trip to Rome, landing at the ‘Il Kino’ Cinema for a fun-packed 5-day celebration of independent film. Raindance Roma will feature screenings of features and shorts from the 2012 festival, as well as offering some of Raindance’s top courses, events and classes.
Our Opening Night will see Raindance founder and director Elliot Grove teach a staple Raindance class for free, the 99-Minute Film School, followed by a film screening (unfortunately, not for free) and one of our infamous Opening Night Parties (for which entry is, again, free! See, we do what we can).
A short film from Raindance 2012 will play before each feature. The feature films making an appearance at Raindance Roma will be:
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