#LockdownLover Short Film Competition
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So you're stuck about Valentine's Day. Dinner through Zoom, Amazon delivered flowers, maybe a delivery date. How about a movie about it? How's it going for lovers in lockdown?

In the event that you need to be more convincing: The top 3 films win 2X festival passes and your film screening outside of the competition in the Raindance Player during the festival

First: Shoot a movie under the following conditions:

  • It cannot be longer than 60 seconds
  • There has to be a wide angle shot
  • Create a movie based on love in lockdown

Second: Post the finished film on Instagram, including @raindancefilmfestival and the hashtag #lockdownlover

For example: Hey @raindancefilmfestival, here is my #lockdownlover short film entry

The closing date for entries is Wednesday, February 11th, midnight.

Third: The winners will be announced on Sunday, February 14th on our Instagram

The fine print

  • One entry per person.
  • Submissions under 60 seconds will be accepted,
  • Submissions longer than 60 seconds are not allowed.
  • Opening title and closing credit are included in your term.
  • Your film must be shot after January 1st, 2020
  • 1st place: 2X festival passes and your film screening outside of the competition in the Raindance Player during the festival
  • 2nd place: 2X festival passes and your film screening outside of the competition in the Raindance Player during the festival
  • 3rd place: 2X festival passes and your film screening outside of the competition in the Raindance Player during the festival

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About Raindance

Raindance aims to promote and support independent filmmakers and filmmakers.

Raindance connects, trains, supports and nurtures visual storytellers at every step of their career.

The Raindance Film Festival takes place every autumn in London's Leicester Square.

Raindance has offered film training since 1992. A wide range of open classes through to a 2-year HND Level 5 BTEC in Moving Images for a postgraduate film degree is offered to students on five continents both in person and online.

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