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Showcase your film, poster or art at RAREfest20!

How to get involved in the film and poster gallery

One of the highlights of RAREfest20 will be a gallery showcasing rare disease inspired films, posters and artwork. These can be created by those affected by rare or undiagnosed conditions, by patient organisations and advocates, by researchers and companies or by artists. This is your chance to raise awareness of your organisation or rare condition and to get your voice heard!

Attendees will be able to enter the gallery throughout the day, view and download posters and films and ask questions through a live chat facility direct to you or your organisation. In each poster/film/picture area there is space for a thumbnail, full PDF poster and a video.  The gallery will be fully accessible at the live event on 28 Nov and for 30 days post event following which highlights will placed on our website in the resources section. The cost to showcase a poster and/or film is £50.

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“What will my poster or film look like on the virtual RAREfest20 platform?”

An added poster or film will be viewable as a thumbnail in a scrollable grid view

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Attendees can click on Q&A, PDF Download or Thumbnail

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They can view the poster and participate in Q&A section on the right side. The Q&A feature is optional and can be turned off from the backend. You can also restrict attendees from posting questions and only allow admin to post comments in the Q&A

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You can also add a pre-recorded video that can be played by clicking on Watch Presentation

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This is how the video will be displayed

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