Eine Anleitung zum Filme schauen in Frankreich abseits des Kinos

Jen Wallace Die Tage von Blockbuster sind ein für allemal gezählt, Netflix ist in Frankreich nicht verfügbar und Internetpiraterie in vielerlei Hinsicht fragwürdig. ÉCU hat sich nach hundertprozentig legalen Alternativen Lieblingsfilme in Paris anzuschauen umgesehen. Mit besonderem Augenmerk auf französische Klassiker, seltenen Filmen und Indie-Kino zeigen wir hier fünf Möglichkeiten auf, in der Stadt Filme […]

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The Living Theatre: Ein Tag im Leben von Paris – Presseveranstaltung

von Marc Rickenbach und Jen Wallace Am 25. Mai nahmen wir teil am Le Pavé d’Orsay, einen kleinen Platz versteckt im Pariser 7. Bezirk, am Cocktail- und Presseempfang zur Feier der Rückkehr des „The Living Theatre“ („Das Lebende Theater), das der Stadt zuvor zwanzig Jahre ferngeblieben war. Am darauffolgenden Wochenende hielt das Living Theatre in […]

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Nan Goldin: Scopophilia at the Louvre

Nan Goldin’s photography slide-show at the Louvre gives new life to iconic artwork seen alongside personal photos from the artist’s private collection. It was completely by chance that I stumbled across Nan Goldin’s photography slide-show installation at the Louvre, which is part of Patrice Chéreau’s (the Louvre’s 2010 guest of honour) theme of ‘Faces and […]

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ÉCU team

Wondering who the hard-working people at ÉCU are? Check out the slideshow and find out! Make sure you click on more and click autoplay- it will enrich your viewing experience.

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Brune/Blonde at the Cinémathèque Française

Eyebrows were raised when the Cinémathèque Française announced its October – January exhibition ‘Brune/Blonde’, so Jen Wallace decided to pay a visit to see if hair in Cinema really was the cultural-talking point that the exhibition claimed it to be. Throughout cultural history, hair is something that has always defined an era and played an […]

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Parisian Landscapes: Cléo de 5 à 7 in the 14th Arrondissement

Bringing a feminine approach to the largely-masculine dominated cinematic era of the Nouvelle Vague, Agnes Varda has been a pioneer of French feminist cinema for over 40 years. Cléo de 5 à 7 traces 2 hours in a woman’s life as she travels around Paris anxiously awaiting medical test results. One of the key scenes […]

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Parisian Landscapes: The geography of Michael Haneke’s „Hidden“

by Jennifer Wallace Parisian landscapes are frequently manipulated by directors to create a self-contained world for the protagonists. In Michael Haneke’s ‘Hidden’, clues to unravelling the mystery of the film are deeply embedded in its location. Jen Wallace visits the Cité florale to unearth some answers. If you were to ask people what films they […]

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