RAINDANCE FILM FESTIVAL – Atsuko Hirayanagi: “Independent movies tell more a human story and that’s very important”

With Oh Lucy!, the Randaince film festival opens with a Japanse-American coproduction, starring Josh Hartnett and Shinobu Terajima. Our celebrity journalist Liselotte Vanophem spoke to director Atsuko Hirayanagi right before the UK premiere and had a chat about the exciting but nerve-wracking experience of having your film opening a film festival, about the difference in…

RAINDANCE FILM FESTIVAL – ‘Siblings’ Director Laura Plancarte “If you want to make documentaries, just do it. It’s a great process and an incredible world.”

Director Laura Plancarte’s Siblings is the second film she has had selected at Raindance Film Festival. This must see documentary relates to the very current issue of immigration and deportation, begging the question ‘is there an American dream?’. Siblings tells in parallel the story of two Mexican brothers that want to go back to the…

RAINDANCE FILM FESTIVAL – Siblings: Packed with emotions

At this moment, we’re with more than seven billion people here on earth. We’re all ‘made’ in the same way but we couldn’t be more different. Some of us live here in London, some of us in one of the richest cities in the United States or some of us in the poorest places in…

RAINDANCE FILM FESTIVAL – Tom Benedict Knight: If people don’t come and experience film in its early stages, then where does the big thing come from?

Just Celebrity Magazine caught up with Tom Benedict Knight at the 25th Raindance Anniversary Gala screening of ‘Oh Lucy’.  Raindance Film Festival is the largest independent film festival in the UK. Celebrating its 25th Anniversary in 2017, Raindance is based in the heart of London’s buzzing West End film district. Raindance Film Festival is officially…