ÉCU 2016 – The European Independent Film Festival 11th edition

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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.

 

ÉCU 2016 offers to the audience the possibility to take part actively in the festival: there will be Q&A where audience members can pose questions directly to the directors,  an assortment of workshops focusing on a number of subjects and hosted by industry professionals and every evening there will be amazing after parties with live music.

Don’t miss it, check all our amazing events and enjoy your indie life!

Here ticketing and the full program: http://www.ecufilmfestival.com/en/ticketing-and-programme-ecu-2016/

 

Concerts at the Musée d’Orsay – Apollinaire Musicians – 19th April / 24th May

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The Musée d’Orsay isn’t just home to an excellent art collection, but is also a great spot for concerts. The museum will host a series of springtime concerts to coincide with the opening of the 2016 exhibition‘ Apollinaire, the Eyes of the Poet. These concerts will centre around the works of French composer Francis Poulenc, who was inspired by lyrical quality of Guillaume Apollinaire’s poetry and set some of his verses to music. (http://bit.ly/1UWpBbh)

 

Velvet Underground’s exhibition- from April 2016 at the Philharmonie de Paris

Velvet_Underground_Nico_Andy_Warhol2Fifty years after the release of Velvet Underground’s first album, this exhibition at the Philharmonie de Paris explores the history of one of the most influential bands in the history of rock. The retrospective delves into the fascinating roots of the group, weaving in stories of Andy Warhol’s Factory era and the rise of the Beat Generation, to present vivid insight into the evolution of America’s post-war cultural landscape. (http://philharmoniedeparis.fr/en/velvet-underground/home)

 

The Paris Marathon 2016 – 3th April

paris marathonThe Paris Marathon is now one of the most important marathons in the world, in terms of the size of the pack as well as the performances achieved there. Over a hundred nations and 40,000 entrants come to battle it out over the 42.195 km of this mythical athletics challenge. (http://www.schneiderelectricparismarathon.com/us/)

 

 

Art Paris Art Fair 2016 – Grand Palais, March 31th to April 3th 

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Art Paris Art Fair is the leading fair for modern and contemporary art held in the spring in Paris which this year bringstogether 143 galleries from 22 countries. The fair remains true to its concept of “cosmopolitan regionalism” introduced four years ago. In 2016, the fair continues to concentrate on parts of Europe and the singular art scenes of cities like Marseille, Milan and Zurich while also looking further afield to places like Azerbaijan, Colombia, and Iran, and of course Korea, this year’s guest of honour. (http://www.artparis.com/en)

 

Color Run Paris – April 17th 

383105_169298516562415_1231566373_nPopular fun run ‘The Color Run’ returns to Paris on Sunday April 17 2016, from 9.30am on the forecourt of the Hôtel de Ville. Following the same format as usual, the run is 5km long, and you can ‘run’ it however you please: jogging, backwards, moon walking, even on your hands (although good luck with that one). There are no stopwatches to be seen and there’s no pressure to impress, just plenty of energetic folk having a good time. The only rule is that you have to dress in all white, as at five stages along the route, a special team of organisers are charged with bombarding runners with powder paint of all hues. Entirely natural and edible, the tossed paint promises – for one Sunday only – to turn one thoroughly normal sporting activity into a fun and colourful day out for all. Signs and refreshments will be provided for on the day. (http://thecolorrun.fr)

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