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London's The Strand Palace Hotel joins forces with The Raindance Film Festival for its 24th edition

The Raindance Film Festival announced today that The Strand Palace Hotel will be the Official Hotel Partner of the 24th edition of the Festival, which will take place in London from 21 September  - 2 October, 2016.

Based in the heart of Covent Garden and London’s West End, The Strand Palace Hotel will offer discounted rates to Festival delegates and Raindance members mleading up to and during the Festival.  

Established at the beginning of the 20th Century, the Strand Palace Hotel is a great supporter of the UK independent filmmaking industry.  

David MacRae, General Manager of The Strand Palace Hotel, said: “We are delighted to announce our latest partnership with Raindance. We have multiple connections to the film and television industry and regularly host filmmakers at the hotel. Being located in the heart of one of the world’s most vibrant cities means that our guests have easy access to the best culture London has to offer.”  

On the partnership, Elliot Grove, Raindance and BIFA Founder commented, “The Strand Palace Hotel is situated in the ideal location – right in the heart of London’s West End where Raindance has been based for the past 24 years. We are looking forward to this partnership with a hotel that supports independent filmmaking and understands our vision for the Festival.”  

The 24th Raindance Film Festival will take place in Central London from 21 September – 2 October, 2016.  The Raindance Film Festival is the largest of its kind in Europe, showcasing over 200 films from over 100 countries, the Festival will unveil feature, documentary and short films, music videos, a web series and a virtual reality strand. The Festival will also feature co-production and industry days forums. 

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