Raindance presents Live!Ammunition! at the Edinburgh International Film Festival
Raindance presents on June 26th at 7.30pm
Live!Ammunition! at the Edinburgh International Film Festival
followed by an afterparty
hosted by Shooting People and Wallflower Press
HAVE YOU GOT A GREAT IDEA FOR A MOVIE? This is it! Your chance to pitch your movie idea directly to a panel of top British film executives. These are the people who matter. They are the people who buy and develop scripts – they are the people who decide what will be made and what won’t.
Live!Ammunition is Raindance’s now-legendary pitching event. Where else would you have the undivided attention of not just one, but FIVE people who could help get your film made?
Past panellists include Charles Steel, Menhaj Huda, Norma Heyman, Roger Corman, Nik Powell, Ewan McGregor, Sally Caplan, Tracey Scoffield, Steve Gaydos, Matthew Vaughn, Shane Meadows and Matthew Dench.
To pitch, just drop a fiver in the hat and the floor is yours. You have up to two minutes to convince the panellists to read your script or make your film. They can and will gong you off if you are boring. The best pitch will win all the money in the hat, and, who knows, could be picked up for development.
(go to the box headed ‘Latest From The Festival’ and scroll to Raindance Festival Highlights 16)
After the event, celebrate your victory or drown your sorrows with free drinks at our afterparty hosted by Shooting People and Wallflower Press, who will also be celebrating the launch of their new quarterly film magazine, Electric Sheep.
The event starts at 7.30pm and is free entry.
Open to all EIFF pass-holders. Arrive early to guarantee entry.
Raindance is dedicated to fostering and promoting independent film in the UK and around the world. Raindance combines its high-profile annual film festival with an extensive range of training courses taught by industry experts, along with a production arm and the prestigious British Independent Film Awards. Raindance spans the full spectrum of the art, craft and business of independent movies, from guerilla-style low or no-budget productions to big budget indie blockbusters.
Check out Shooting People at www.shootingpeople.org
Read the online version of Electric Sheep at www.electricsheepmagazine.co.uk
For more information please contact Joe Pearshouse: