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The 17th Raindance Film Festival’s programme includes 75 features and more than 150 shorts. Running from September 30 to October 11, it will be hosted by Apollo Cinemas.
View Films by Strand:
- Down Under
- Global Celluloid
- North American Indies
- Raindance Symphony Orchestra
- United States Of Europe
- Way Out East
View previous years coverage of the Raindance Film Festival festival:
Raindance Latest Reviews
A former special agent holed up in a hotel room in the aftermath of a failed Eastern European mission grows suspicious of his brother's political success.
A wannabe filmmaker becomes obssessed with an unfinished snuff film.
Killers consider retribution round the kitchen sink.
When a woman has a run of bad luck and her mother falls ill, she finds out that her family might not be everything she assumed it was.
One love, two girls, Japanese-style.
Black comedy about a comedian whose past is unearthed.
A look at the history and aesthetic of Black Metal.
Eight strangers are sitting the final exam for a top-level position... but little do they know the stakes are higher than they imagine.
Story about an eccentric who is the black sheep of her family.
Dark animation which gathers together voices of detained asylum seekers.
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