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Raindance Film Festival Nominees Announced

Raindance Film Festival Nominees Announced

The line up for the Raindance Film Festival has been announced and among the faces gracing the festival’s screens this year are Jodie Whittaker, Emilia Fox, Dougray Scott, Simon Amstell, Simon Callow, John Hurt, David Warner, Billy Zane and Harry Enfield.

In the running for the Best UK Feature Film

Acts of Godfrey

Set over the course of a two day motivational course, this film tells the story of Vic Timms and God (or Godfrey). Taking pity on the pathetic Vic, Godfrey decides to intervene, setting him on course to meet the beautiful but ruthless Mary Macdallen. Starring Simon Callow, Harry Enfield, Iain Robertson and Directed by Johnny Daukes. This dark comedy is told entirely in rhyming couplets.


A Thousand Kisses Deep

Caught in a timeless world of passions and betrayals, Mia searches for the truth behind a mysterious woman’s death. Starring Dougray Scott, Emilia Fox, David Warner, Jodie Whittaker and Directed by Dana Lustig.

Hollow

On holiday in the english countryside, two young couples uncover an ancient evil. Without each other, they will not survive. Starring Emily Plumtree, Sam Stockman, Matt Stokoe, Jessica Ellerby and Directed by Michael Axelgaard.

Seamonsters

Kieran and Sam, life-long best friends, are at a crossroads. Their friendship, having survived despite their vast differences, begins to change when they meet Lori, a self described ‘siren’ who intrigues them both and, in the process, exposes the conflict and tension that runs deep in their relationship. Starring  Jack McMullen, Reece Noi, Georgia Hensha, Directed by Julian Kerridg. Seamonsters is a film about Teenage life in a dead end town.

Stranger Things

An unusual and touching bond develops when grieving Oona reaches out to a mysterious homeless man, offering him a place to stay in her shed. Starring Bridget Collins, Adeel Akhtar, Keith Parry and Directed and Written by Eleanor Burke and Ron Eyal. Can’t find a trailer for this film but according to the website this film’s been well received in various film festivals.

The rest of the nominations look like this:

BEST INTERNATIONAL FEATURE

Just Between Us
No Return
After Fall, Winter
Youth 2 – Come As You Are
War Games

BEST DEBUT

Tilt
Synchronicity
Exteriors
On The Way Home [Sulla Strada Di Casa]
Restive

BEST MICROBUDGET FEATURE

Monk3y
Julius Caesar
Meso Café
Black Pond

BEST DOCUMENTARY

The White Button
The Echo of Astro Boys Footsteps
Where My Heart Beats
How To Start A Revolution
Heaven+Earth+Joe Davis

 

BEST INTERNATIONAL SHORTS

The Lady Paranorma
Martyr Friday
Words
Zolton- The Hungarian Gangster of Love
Hemingway’s Pen

BEST UK SHORT

This Side of the Afterlife
God View
The Girl is Mime
Love At First Sight
Roughskin

The trailer for the festival which was directed by last year’s ‘Film of the Festival’ winner, Alex Brook Lynn, was made on a budget of just £1,000 and is a little bit creepy. If you want to know how and why she made it take a look at the lengthy description on the site…Otherwise, watch the trailer below:

 

 

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