“Un Tour de Cheville” (THE ANKLET) – ÉCU 2015’s ‘Official Selection’!

“Un Tour de Cheville” by Guillaume Levil is a part of ÉCU 2015’s ‘Official Selection’ into European Dramatic Short. At the top of a mountain, a man clumsily recites his declaration of love: ‘I did hesitate, but I chose you…’

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New submission to ÉCU 2015 – “Intrinsic Moral Evil” trailer

“Intrinsic Moral Evil” by Harm Weistra is a new submission to ÉCU in the category European Dramatic Short. Intrinsic Moral Evil seems to be a tale of identity and coming of age. But above all, the three dancers play a game with the viewer’s perception and expectations: is it a memory, a dream, a search […]

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New submission – “Twitcher”

A bird-watcher makes an unusual discovery. “Twitcher” is a Dramatic Short Film by Jane Gull and a new submission to ÉCU 2014. Watch the trailer!

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New submission – “Desolate Road”

A couple on their way to start a new life runs into car trouble on a desolate road in Texas. “Desolate Road” is a Non-European Dramatic Short Film by Marwan Abderrazzaq and a new submission to ÉCU 2014. Have a look at the trailer!

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“What Have We Done With Us” – New submission

A boy and a girl are trying to sort out their feelings for each other, sitting on fallen leaves in the park. The European Music Video “What Have We Done With Us” by Roman Olkhovka is a new submission to ÉCU 2014. Have a look at its trailer!

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Your LAST CHANCE to submit to ÉCU 2014

Your LAST CHANCE to submit to ÉCU 2014. The final deadline is just around the corner – you only have until January 12th to submit and become part of Europe’s Premier Independent Film Festival. C’est le dernier, dernier moment pour souscrire votre film au Festival Européen du Film Indépendant 2014. Allons y VITE…

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Let The Films Speak

Let the films speak – some of the “Official Selection” films from past editions of ÉCU will tell you why you should submit your work to the 9th edition of the festival. The final deadline is on January 12th, so not much time left… Laissons les images parler. Quelques uns des films de la sélection […]

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Live -Compete-Submit

Only couple of days to submit to ÉCU 2014. You can make beautiful films but if you do not share them with the world then what is the point? The final deadline is January 12th, hurry up! Il ne vous reste que deux jours pour inscrire votre film a ÉCU. Quel est le but de […]

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Submissions to ÉCU 2014 are closing

Submissions for ÉCU 2014 ARE CLOSING SOON! **2014 Festival Dates – 4th, 5th, 6th April** Submitting to ÉCU – The European Independent Film Festival is easy, just follow these 3 simple steps: STEP 1. CHOOSE YOUR CATEGORY For detailed description of each film category please click below:  EUROPEAN CATEGORIES * Dramatic Feature * Dramatic Short […]

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Reasons to Submit to ÉCU 2014

ÉCU’s late deadline is approaching, you only have until January 5th to submit your films to the festival. Still not sure why you should do that? Well, we will give you 7 simple reasons. Be prepared! Reason #1: GET SEEN by industry professionals, cinema lovers, other filmmakers, members of the press, distributors… Reason #2 : […]

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New Submission – Beyond

“Beyond” is a new submission to ÉCU 2014, an abstract narrative that asks the viewer to look into a mirror as it addresses the psychological struggles, frustrations and depressions that complicate human thoughts. Check it out! “Beyond” est un nouveau film soumis à ÉCU 2014. Ce récit abstrait demande au spectateur de regarder à travers […]

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Submit to ÉCU 2014

Whether imagined or real, stories are created every day, and the world is always in need of a good story. Character-driven, plot-driven, or just plain driven, ÉCU – The European Independent Film Festival continually searches for the most talented storytellers and cinematic visionaries that make their stories a reality. Through this dedicated quest and passion […]

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Cannes Short Film Corner: Interview with José Salazar

Cannes, 24th May – Short films corner ÉCU had the opportunity to meet and interview José Salazar, the director of the film “Passage” screened at the Cannes Film Festival Short films corner, a film co-directed with Tom Smith. José Salazar, is a Venezuelan filmmaker who has been living  in Paris for the last 10 years. […]

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Die Rechnung / The Bill – Official Trailer

New submission to ÉCU 2013: Die Rechnung!! Developed in the context of a screenplay competition of the independent development and environmental organization Germanwatch e.V. regarding the topics of climate change and climate justice. Main issue of the The Bill is the relationship between the perpetrator of climate change (the industrial countries) and the main affected […]

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Intern buzz: Ireland v France

ODI ET AMO. A little story of love and hate between our interns! On the one hand France, on the other, Ireland, common areas and debates, ending in a new friendship!

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BLACKSTORY- Trailer

Blackstory is a new submission to ÉCU Film Festival 2013. Max loves Lucille while Lucille toys with Gabriel.Gabriel gets in the way of Fred in the meantime Fred has a grudge against Sylvester.Sylvester is sleeping with Lucille.Lucille needs Max and Max meets Fred. Different lives crossing on a pitch-black night to remember.

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OPEN CINEMA Film Festival: A Fusion of Art to Inspire Film

The largest forum of short films in Russia, the OPEN CINEMA Film Festival kicks off its annual event from July 27th through August 3rd. Held on a beautiful beach on the Neva river at the Peter and Paul fortress, its the only open-air film festival in Russia. This year’s festival program includes 83 films from […]

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Interview with Award-winning Filmmaker Victoria Mather

Scott Hillier, President of ÉCU — The European Independent Film Festival, interviewed Victoria Mather, recipient of the Best Student Film at ÉCU 2011 for “Stanley Pickle”, at the “All Senses” event at the Tokyo Art Club. She shared her upcoming plans, creative direction, and thoughts on developing technology.

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