SUNDAY AT PETITE SALLE – LES 7 PARNASSIENS CINÉMA

SESSION 12 Sunday, April 10th @ 11:40 AM                                                                                  BUY YOUR SESSION TWELVE TICKET HERE* INVENTING […]

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SUNDAY AT GRANDE SALLE – LES 7 PARNASSIENS CINÉMA

SESSION 8 Sunday, April 10th @ 11:00 AM BUY YOUR SESSION EIGHT TICKET HERE* TRANQUILITY OF BLOOD by Senad Sahmanovic (Serbia) Here’s the thing about revengeful people: they are angry, driven, and passionate as hell. Vindictive motives are propelled to motion despite the outrageous trajectory followed. And when this fire wears off into muddled submission, where […]

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SATURDAY AT PETITE SALLE – LES 7 PARNASSIENS CINÉMA

 SESSION 5 Saturday, April 9th @ 11:40 AM                                                                              BUY YOUR SESSION FIVE TICKET HERE* PRESTIGE INGREDIENTS by Adrian Rubi […]

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SATURDAY AT GRANDE SALLE – LES 7 PARNASSIENS CINÉMA

SESSION 1 Saturday, April 9th @ 11:30 AM                                                                               BUY YOUR SESSION ONE TICKET HERE* RAINBOW PARTY by […]

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Rick Limentani – Engineer Turned Filmmaker

RICK LIMENTANI is a former Cambridge engineering student turned award-winning filmmaker turned playwright. His latest short film Put Down is screening at ÉCU – The European Independent Film Festival 2016. Brief intro!  I’m 37, I live in London, and I’m primarily a writer. I originally studied Engineering at Cambridge University, then went on to study film-making in […]

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What to do in Paris in April

ÉCU 2016 – The European Independent Film Festival 11th edition On April 8th 9th 10th will be in Paris the 11th edition of  ÉCU – The European Independent Film Festival. Discover the very best independent filmmakers from around the world. This year we have 77 films from 33 different countries, 14 categories and 25 awards.   […]

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Women in Filmmaking

For the second consecutive year we will be presenting an award close to our heart, The Excellence in Women’s Filmmaking Award, which will go to one of the 18 female film directors that will be competing at ÉCU this year. Unfortunately, the film industry consistently fails to address its gender bias, so we push to […]

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WHAT TO DO IN PARIS IN FEBRUARY

Français  ART Simon Evans, “Not not knocking on heaven’s door”- Palais de Tokyo, Until 16th May An exhibition of the duo self-taught artist Simon Evans, a professional skateboarder born in London, who works with Sarah Lanna (an American illustrator). Curated by Rebecca Lamarche – Vadel, the exhibition shows thirty artistic pieces in order to represent […]

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SPOTLIGHT – VALERIA BRUNI TEDESCHI

Français If it wasn’t for her last name, and, maybe, the elegant, irresistible smile, would you be able to tell that actress, director and screenwriter Valeria Bruni Tedeschi was the sister of Nicholas Sarkozy’s première dame and top model Carla? I bet at least more than half of you wouldn’t. Valeria Bruni Tedeschi was born […]

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WHAT TO DO IN PARIS IN JANUARY

Français  Art Anselm Kiefer – Centre Pompidou, Until 18th April Born in 1945 in a little town in Bade-Wurtemburg, Anselm Kiefer is a child of post-war Germany, indelibly marked by his country’s defeat and national silence on the legacy of Nazism. From these beginnings grew an artistic obsession with the framing of historical events in […]

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WHAT DO TO IN PARIS IN DECEMBER

Français  Art Ragnar Kjartansson, Seul celui qui connaît le desir – Palais de Tokyo, Until 10th January Palais de Tokyo is presenting the first solo show in France of the Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson (born in 1976, lives and works in Reykjavik) whose singular work is a cross between performance and cinema, sculpture and opera, plein […]

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WHAT TO DO IN PARIS IN MAY

Français Paris is breath-taking right now! Primroses, poppies and violets cover the Jardin du Luxembourg, the Parc de la Tuilerie and many other parks around the city. Going on a picnic, reading a book or just lying on the grass are great ideas for any sunny afternoon, but don’t forget you are in Paris and […]

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What to do in Paris in April

  Français ‘Drip, drip, drop little April shower beating a tune as you fall all around’ As it gets warm enough to crack open a baguette in the park bound forward like Bambi into the feast of cultural exploits awaiting you! ART Eric Rondepierre picks still photos from the history of glitches, from the decaying […]

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What to do in March in Paris

Français Things are blossoming here at ÉCU and we’ve got some ideas for how you can come out of hibernation and spring forward in style. Music  The teutonic duo of DJs, Digitalism, descend on Paris with their  epic  long sets. Fans have been known to keep dancing until the  security  kick them out. The music must be pretty […]

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New submission to ÉCU 2015 – “Alekto” trailer

„Alekto“ is a film by Thomas Kaufmann and one of our submissions in the category European Dramatic Short. It is a science fiction short film which invokes questions about conspiracy theories and the entire evolution of Man. An earthling is kidnapped into space, discovering parallel dimensions that she could have never imagined.

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What to do in Paris in December

„It’s cold outside…“ but luckily you can find vin chaud and roasted chestnuts on every street corner, plus plenty to keep you occupied until Noël. Winter Fun While it’s too cold for most outdoor sports at the moment, it’s the perfect time to strap on a pair of ice skates. There’s rinks being set up […]

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What to do in Paris in November

Your pumpkin is starting to rot but it’s still too early to put up the tinsel. What is there to do in November?! Never fear. ÉCU is here to save you from boredom. FILM Paris International Fantastic Film Festival Gaumont Opéra 19th-24th November If you are sick of realist drama films then 6 days of Horror, Fantasy and […]

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What to do in Paris in October

All the leaves are brown and the sky is grey, but there’s no need to book the first flight to California. Paris is still buzzing with activity this October. Film Most famous for The 400 Blows, François Truffaut is the subject of a huge retrospective at the Cinémathèque Française covering his work as a director, […]

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