ÉCU 2011 Trailer

ÉCU 2011 will showcase 77 films from 26 countries on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd of April in Paris, France. Take a look at the ÉCU 2011 Trailer and get a glimpse at what’s in store for you at this year’s festival! ÉCU 2011 diffusera 77 films de 26 pays différents les 1er, 2 et […]

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Le Miroir

“Le Miroir” is an official selection of ÉCU 2011. Extremely affected after a car accident, a famous actress is discharged from the hospital after having her final operation. Escaping the media pressure, she stays at a manor overlooking the ocean, a location that she hasn’t seen since her childhood. There, inundated in complete silence, strange […]

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European Premieres at ÉCU 2011

ÉCU is delighted to bring you several films that are celebrating their European Premieres with us.. Documentary “Out of the Darkness” (Dir. Stefano Levi) Most of the world’s blind people live in remote, impoverished areas and the majority of doctors able to cure them work in cities. Dr. Sanduk Ruit from Nepal, and his American […]

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Jesus

Check out this video made by Comenboite (http://www.comenboite.com/). Regardez cette video faite par Comenboite (http://www.comenboite.com/)

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Fight for your Afterlife

“Fight for your Afterlife” is in the Official Selection of ECU 2011! When our access to Afterlife becomes a Corporate and Government matter, a fighter rises to defend our right to the Eternal Life and he is destined to succeed. As long as we trust him. “Fight For Your Afterlife” est une selection officielle à […]

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Secret Kingdom

“Secret Kingdom” is an official selection to ÉCU 2011. The story of the Yatza Affair an affair in which Brigadier General Res Yitzhak Yaacov was charged with severe espionage against the State of Israel. Check out the teaser! “Secret Kingdom” est une selection officielle à ÉCU 2011. C’est l’histoire incroyable de “L’Affaire Yatsa “. Affaire […]

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World Premiers at ÉCU 2011

ÉCU 2011, in partnership with G-Technology by Hitachi, will be showcasing 77 films from 27 countries all over the globe. Ranging in genre, the festival has everything from feature films, short films and documentaries to animation, student films and experimental works. ÉCU ’s Official Selection represents the very best independent filmmaking talent from around the […]

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The European Independent Film Festival 2011 rocks Opera

On the 21st of March, ÉCU is hosting its launch party for the 6th Edition of the European Independent Film Festival @ Scopitone, 5 Av Opera, Paris. Trailers from competing films will be projected throughout the evening, you’ll meet the directors, listen to live music and DJ’s all night. The doors open at 22h – […]

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Poltergeist

“Poltergeist”, competing in a music category, is an official selection to ÉCU 2011. A warped nightmare pop promo in which a girl’s attempts to escape herself result in further disturbing rendezvous. Check it out! “Poltergeist” , en compétition dans la catégorie musique, est dans la sélection officielle ÉCU 2011. Un bal de promo pop et […]

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Circularity Thinking

“Circularity Thinking” is an official selection to ÉCU 2011. A six-minute satire on corporate culture, bringing hula hooping to the boardroom. Glossy, aspirational and astounding in hula-hooping virtuosity, this hilarious short film will delight anyone who has spent time in an office. Check out the teaser! “Circularity Thinking” est une selection officielle à ÉCU 2011. […]

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Gondry

by Eva Bearryman Head down to the Pompidou Centre until March 13th to be in with the chance of hearing Michel Gondry, internationally acclaimed director of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind amongst many other films, talk about his latest and past projects. Follow this up with a projection of one of his films or […]

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‘Traces’ of Amos Gitai at Palais de Tokyo

by Kathryn Hall Trainee architect turned soldier turned filmmaker Amos Gitai, known for his often didactic documentary and fictionalised explorations into the relationship between war, religion, the citizen, and the state in modern day Israel, is currently harbouring sixteen ‘Traces’ of his films underground in Palais de Tokyo.   The ‘chantier,’ as this space is […]

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99 Minute Film School

Elliot Grove is a filmmaker and the founder of Raindance as well as The British Independent Film Awards. He has produced films such as “The Living and the Dead” as well as “Table 5”. He will be presenting dozens of crucial filmmaking tips and will be explaining the basics of shooting a film and launching […]

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Yann Malcor workshop on editing

Check out some of Yann Malcor’s work! He will be using footage from one of his most recent works called “La Rafle” in order to explain the complex relationship between the director and the editor. Great for aspiring editors as well as directors! His workshop is talking place, Saturday April 2nd 13:05- 14:05 at Action […]

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Lastrain

“Lastrain” is an official selection to ÉCU 2011. He arrives in a discotheque confused and without conviction. Suddenly, he sees Irene. He realizes that while he observes her he experiences unique and indescribable feelings. The young guy will predict a succession of events which will gradually become true, each time becoming increasingly alluring to Irene. […]

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Mathieu Weschler’s workshop Video Art & Filmmaking

Interested in finding out how to create your own film by using video game art? From his personal experience of directing, producing and editing his film “The Trashmaster”, Mathieu Weschler will touch upon the dilemas that independent filmmakers often come across. How does one create a film on their own? Why would one want to […]

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Salam Rugby

“Salam Rugby” is an official selection to ÉCU 2011. It is a story of the start of Women’s rugby in Iran, which coincided with the election of Ahmadinejad as president of Iran. Salam rugby, is not only about rugby…Check out the teaser! “Salam Rugby” est une selection officielle à ÉCU 2011. C’est l’histoire du début […]

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Magda, Love and Cancer

“Magda, Love and Cancer” is an official selection to ÉCU 2011. It is a story of Magda Prokopowicz, who was diagnosed with breast cancer. Despite her misfortune, she experiences a miracle and gets pregnant. This new addition to her life gives her the strength to fight. Check out the teaser! “Magda, Love and Cancer” est […]

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