Delve into the cherished Thunderdance Festival archive, spanning from its inception in 2017. Our curated selection of winners ensures that being featured in Thunderdance stands as an enduring achievement. May your work be celebrated and hailed with praise, forever blessed by Geronimo's paw of approval.
A COVID-era triumph. With internal judging, the festival showcased high-quality films that deserved to be celebrated. Despite the challenges, Thunderdance proved that exceptional cinema can still thrive when the going gets tough, providing something worth barking about during the isolation of lockdown.
Thunderdance goes global, taking its creative prowess to Cannes. With the "Crime of Passion" theme, the festival explored the depths of impulsive acts in storytelling. Basking in the sunshine, Thunderdance rubbed shoulders with the pinnacle of creative excellence while embracing the opportunity to mingle with some stars along the way.
Embracing the macabre. With a celebrated judging panel, this festival revels in the sinister. Unleashing the darkness, it provides a platform for filmmakers to explore the depths of the genre and let their twisted visions come to life. Be inspired and see where depravity takes you.
The highly anticipated second album. Building on the sophomore edition, it showcases Asim Chaudhry's directorial debut and a touching short film starring Maisie Williams. Unwavering in its commitment to pushing boundaries, Thunderdance continued to redefine independent cinema.
Just like that. Thunderdance was born. With a steadfast commitment to the underrepresented, it celebrated quality storytelling from all walks of life. Thunderdance became a beacon for diverse voices, uniting artists and audiences in a celebration of cinematic excellence.