Events, Festivals and Exhibitions

Raindance Film Festival 2024, London

19 June - 28 June

£10 – £195

Raindance, the largest Indie film festival in the UK is from 19-28 June

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Chiwetel Ejiofor and Michael Winterbottom will receive icon awards at this year’s Raindance Film Festival held in the UK capital in June. Raindance is the largest Indie film festival in the UK.

“As part of Raindance’s midsummer celebrations, it’s a privilege for us to bask in the radiance that surrounds this year’s Raindance Icon Award recipients,” says Raindance founder Elliot Grove. “Chiwetel Ejiofor and Michael Winterbottom have made important and outstanding contributions to independent cinema, both in front of and behind the camera. We are proud to recognise and honour their achievements with this award.”

Raindance Festival Schedule

To discover what is on at the Raindance Film Festival 2024, which is the 32nd edition, please read the preview at our sister publication London Begins at 40.

Medusa by Brazillian director Anita Rocha da Silveira
Medusa by Brazilian director Anita Rocha da Silveira

If you prefer your films more classical than indie, then read our preview of the Venice International Film Festival.


The festival is a bit of a tongue in cheek reference to the Sundance Film Festival held in Utah, USA each year, and the UK capital’s infamously bad weather.


For more information on the Festival

Click here.

Main image: Courtesy of Raindance.


Details

Start:
19 June
End:
28 June
Cost:
£10 – £195
Website:
https://www.raindance.org/

Venue

Vue Piccadilly
19 Lower Regent Street
London,SW1Y 4LRUnited Kingdom
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Mark Bibby Jackson

Mark Bibby Jackson

Before setting up Travel Begins at 40, Mark was the publisher of AsiaLIFE Cambodia and a freelance travel writer. When he is not packing and unpacking his travelling bag, Mark writes novels, including To Cook A Spider and Peppered Justice. He loves walking, eating, tasting beer, isolation and arthouse movies, as well as talking to strangers on planes, buses and trains whenever possible. Most at home when not at home.

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