London's indie film festival, Raindance, has announced its 2010 line-up, a 77-film strong line-up featuring some of independent cinema's finest and most controversial. The 18th Raindance film festival kicks off on September 29 with Jackboots On Whitehall, a satirical animation set in an alternative world in which Nazis occupy London and the good folk of England must rally together to give them the boot. Its voicecast, reading like a who's who of British acting talent, features Richard Griffiths, Tom Wilkinson, Richard E. Grant, Timothy Spall and Richard O'Brien.
Festivities wrap up a week and a half later with Son Of Babylon, an Iraqi drama that's already won silverware at the Sundance and Berlin film festivals. Between the two comes a wealth of indie goodness, and, in the case of A Serbian Film, badness. Srdjan Spasojevic's controversial film is currently banned from public screening but will get an uncut private screening at the festival. The film