ÉCU is excited to host a 2013 Special Screening, On Wednesday, 29th of May 2013 at 8pm at Café Coutume. Located in the charming 7th arrondissement, the cozy atmosphere of the café will welcome some of the award winning films of the last edition of the festival.
ÉCU 2013 showcased 108 films from 35 countries competing in 17 different categories. The special screening will feature four award winning films from the 2013 festival including: Kore, winner of Best Independent Experimental Film; Cavedigger, winner of the Best Non-European Independent Documentary; I’ve Only Just Begun, winner of the Best Independent Music Video; and EAT, winner of Special Jury Mentions.
If you were not able to attend 2013 Festival, this screening is a great chance to catch up with awarded indie films. Stay tuned!
Kore by Eric Dinkian (France)
Synopsis: A Japanese woman, dressed in the traditional way, goes in search of spirals hidden in the maze of industrial concrete.
Cavedigger by Jeffrey Karoff (USA)
Synopsis: Witness Ra Paulette, an eccentric artist who creates Gaudi-like ‘eighth wonder of the world’ caves with nothing but hand tools.
I’ve Only Just Begun by Elisa Koskimies (Finland)
Synopsis: A statement about terrifying gay propaganda law in Russia.
EAT – de Moritz Krämer (Germany) “Prix Spécial du Jury”
Synopsis: A story of a model who started to eat everything around her including the chair, the TV, the walls…