Scissu, directed by Tom Bewilogua, is competing in ECU 2010’s European Dramatic Short category! A story about loneliness. A movie about obsession. A trip in time and space. A collage about the darkness in between us. A scenario of greed and abuse. A point of view on humanity in a society which is based on […]
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In pursuit of pleasure… By Sophie Nellis As we zig zag across Paris, I think it’s time to take a stroll around my own neighbourhood, the 18th arrondissement. At the heart of this quartier is the Butte Montmartre, at the top of which is the brilliantly white, looks-like-a-wedding-cake, Sacré-Coeur. Whether they come to visit the […]
The European Independent Film Festival (ÉCU) 2010 is delighted to confirm their partnership with Roomorama (www.roomorama.com) to offer you short term rentals in Paris. Started by two New Yorkers wanting to make some quick cash to go on holiday, Roomorama.com is a website that connects you with hosts who provide short-term rentals. Apartments range from professionally-managed suites […]
By Ben Margereson Tuesday, the 23rd of February at 8pm, Le Grand Action will be holding its monthly débat animé, this month lead by Franck Kausch from Club Positif. Each month Club Positif shows a selected film and holds a discussion after the screening. The film of choice for this month is The New World, […]
Rhett and Burke Lewis giving couch-rides at the Cinequest Festival. (Source:www.moviemaker.com) What an amazing article, this is a PERFECT guide on how to promote your film on the festival circuit! The European Independent Film Festival (ÉCU), in partnership with G-Technology by Hitachi, will be held from 12-14 March at Cinéma Le Grand Action and Theatre […]
At the European Independent Film Festival, we receive films from all over the world and in many different languages – French, Portuguese, Hebrew, Hungarian, Polish, Russian, Italian, Spanish, Icelandic, English and even Aussie (*do* they qualify as speaking English in the land down under?). This ultimately raises the following question: how can filmmakers and subtitles work together to appeal to the international audience?
Committed, directed by Isold Uggadottir, is competing in ECU 2010’s Non European dramatic short category! Conquering insecurity is easier said than done. Icelanders Eva and Vidar find out the hard way as they take their relationship to the next level in a mid-nineties Reykjavik story. Check out this teaser!
ÉCU is delighted to announce a new partnership with G-Technology by Hitachi – premium external storage solutions that are trusted by creative professionals. G-Tech will be leveraging its platinum sponsorship of the Festival to celebrate and support the independent filmmaking community. This support builds upon G-Technology’s sponsorship of the 2010 Sundance Film Festival taking place […]
Hi everybody! With less then two months to go, activities are reaching warp-speed here at The European Independent Film Festival! Screeners are being spirited off to our submission judges, poster designs OK’d and printed, venue floor and seating plans are being scribbled upon and tickets being sold… Whew, what excitement for The ÉCU 2010 team […]
As announced in our December newsletter, The European Independent Film Festival (ÉCU) is partnering up with Lomography for this year’s festival edition. Originating from the former USSR, Lomography is a special kind of camera that defies all the rules of taking pictures. Keeping the tradition of film alive, Lomography allows photography lovers to experience the passion […]
For the first time the European Independent Film Festival will be held at the cinema Le Grand Action, in the heart of Paris’ intellectual hub, the Latin Quarter. The site is currently a honeypot for cinephiles, but through the centuries has housed a club during the Revolution, a ballroom and a theatre before starting life […]