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Win a ticket for Raindance’s 99 Minute Film School!

Of course it’s impossible to explain filmmaking in 99 minutes! Or is it? Elliot Grove, founder of Raindance and one of the most knowledgeable filmmakers in the UK, will attempt just that and give you a viable plan and dozens of filmmaking tips in just 99 minutes, and you can win a ticket to attend!

This is the crash course where Raindance founder Elliot Grove will introduce the world of indie filmmaking, with dozens of filmmaking tips, in just 99 minutes. An ideal opportunity for everyone with a great documentary (or feature) film idea who needs some help to get started.

The one-evening workshop which will take place next Thursday 12 January in Central London will run through the basic essentials you will need to create a film and to create a plan to launch your career.

Topics that will be dealt with are:

  • Finding a do-able script
  • Finding cast and crew
  • Shooting tips
  • Getting your film seen
  • Social media basics for filmmakers
  • The career ladder
  • Distribution and exhibition
  • Money and how to get paid

About the tutor

Elliot Grove has worked intensively with writers and filmmakers at Raindance since 1992. He explains the tricks of the trade from practical experience and reveals some of the latest paradigms through lecture, exercises and video clips.

In 1993 Grove founded the Raindance Film Festival, and followed with the British Independent Film Awards in 1998, and Raindance.TV in 2007.

He has produced over 150 short films, and 5 feature films and now teaches writers and producers all over the world.

How do I win a ticket?

Easy, just tell us which film won Best Documentary last year at the Raindance Film Festival. Leave your answer in the comment box below (your email will not be published) and you will hear next Wednesday whether you won one of our 5 free tickets.

For more information on Raindance, Elliot Grove or the 99 Minute Film School, visit raindance.co.uk

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Alexandra Zeevalkink is a Dutch-born journalist living in London who founded DocGeeks in August 2011 in order to have a legitimate excuse to watch every documentary under the sun. She freelances for various publications and writes mainly about documentary films, art projects and social inequalities. When she is not blogging or watching films she enjoys theater, photography and reading loads of books. She is always on the look out for potential partnerships with other creative minds.

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