Raindance Film Festival 2013

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Aluna (Country: UK; Year: 2012; Director: Alan Ereira)
The Kogi tribe of Sierra Nevada connect with the spiritual aluna, emerging from their hidden realm to fulfil their inherited duty: preventing the destruction of the world.
Convenience (Country: UK; Year: 2013; Director: Keri Collins; Writer: Simon Fantauzzo; Stars: Ray Panthaki, Vicky McClure, Adeel Akhtar)
Two friends attempting to rob a petrol station accidentally end up working there all night.
Dirtymoney (Country: UK; Year: 2013; Director: Adam Tysoe; Writer: Adam Tysoe; Stars: Anthony Welsh, Elsa Mollien, Mem Ferda)
A young man is drawn into London's violent underground sex trade. Based on a true story.
Earthbound (Country: Ireland; Year: 2012; Director: Alan Brennan; Writer: Alan Brennan; Stars: Rafe Spall, Jenn Murray, Stephen Hogan, David Morrissey, Rory Keenan, Aoife Duffin)
A man who believes his is an alien hiding on Earth from bounty hunters falls in love and risks everything by telling the truth.
The Machine (Country: UK; Year: 2013; Director: Caradog W James; Writer: Caradog W James; Stars: Toby Stephens, Sam Hazeldine, Caity Lotz, Denis Lawson, Lee Nicholas Harris, Ben McGregor, Stuart Matthews, Helen Griffin, Sule Rimi, Alan Low, Pooneh Hajimohammadi, Clark Fisher, James Burn)
A cybernetics expert tries to create an android super-soldier.
Mediastan (Country: Sweden; Year: 2013; Director: Johannes Wahlstrom; Stars: Julian Assange)
Journalists travel through Central Asia looking for newspaper editors.
Muse Of Fire (Country: UK; Year: 2013; Director: Dan Poole, Giles Terera; Writer: Dan Poole, Giles Terera; Stars: Ian McKellen, Judi Dench, Mark Rylance, Ralph Fiennes, John Hurt, Ben Kingsley, Michael Gambon, Zoƫ Wanamaker, Helen McCrory, Jeremy Irons, Derek Jacobi, Alan Cumming, Helen Shaw)
A documentary following two young actors as they take on Shakespeare, with input from theatrical greats.
Outpost 11 (Country: UK; Year: 2012; Director: Anthony Woodley; Writer: Anthony Woodley; Stars: Billy Clarke, Luke Healy, Bernard Hill, Joshua Mayes-Cooper, Graham Till)
Arctic spiders attack a remote military base, leading to a fight for survival.
The Patrol (Director: Tom Petch; Writer: Tom Petch; Stars: Ben Righton, Nav Sidhu, Nicholas Beveney, Owain Arthur)
It's 2006 and British troops fight a losing battle in Afghanistan in Operation Herrick.
Sleeping Dogs (Country: UK; Year: 2012; Director: Floris Ramaekers; Writer: Simon Clark, Floris Ramaekers; Stars: Jon Campling, Candis Nergaard, Simon Killick, Liberty Mills)
When her fiance falls into a coma, a young woman turns to his old friends for help, only to discover secrets buried in his past.
Soho Cigarette (Country: UK; Year: 2013; Director: Jonathan Fairbairn; Writer: Jonathan Fairbairn; Stars: Vidal Sancho, Andreea Paduraru, David Galea, Marco Aponte, Jean Baptiste Fillon, Ainlee Sonndear)
A young London tour guide spends all his money on a Mercedes, only to discover that it's connected to a grisly crime.
Titus (Country: UK; Year: 2013; Director: Charlie Cattrall; Writer: Nico Mensinga; Stars: Ron C. Jones, Ann Mitchell, Jasmine Cephas Jones)
A displaced African American jazz musician struggles to come to terms with his past.
Wayland's Song (Country: UK; Year: 2013; Director: Richard Jobson; Writer: Richard Jobson; Stars: Alan McKenna, Rob James-Collier, Orla Brady, Simone Lahbib, Michael Nardone, Hannah Lederer)
A troubled soldier returns from Afghanistan to discover that his daughter has gone missing.
Whoops! (Country: UK; Year: 2013; Director: Tony Hipwell, Miles Watts; Writer: Tony Hipwell, Sam Robinson; Stars: Andrew Dunn, Elaine Glover, Amelia Tyler, Scott Taylor, Olwen May)
A loving wife and mother keeps accidentally murdering people.
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