Beijing Punk

“Beijing Punk” is a new submission to ÉCU 2011! “Beijing Punk”, a documentary by Australian director Shaun Jefford, takes us into the hidden world of rebels and misfits just a scratch under the surface of the modern Chinese mainstream. Close to four decades after the British musical movement of the early ’70s, punk is exploding […]

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The Walbrzych Notebook

“The Walbrzych Notebook” is a new submission to ÉCU 2011. “The Walbrzych Notebook” is by Itallian filmmaker Stefano Giannotti. …check out the trailer!

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7 o’clock

“7 o’Clock” is a new submission to ÉCU 2011. “7 o’Clock”, is by filmmaker Kinan Kotrash. …check out this trailer!

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140

“140” is a new submission to ÉCU 2011. “140” filmmakers, locations, seconds. Produced and edited by Frank Kelly. …check out this trailer!

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Bear Market

“Bear Market” is a new submission to ECU 2011. “Bear Market” is by filmmaker James Blose …check out the trailer

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The Black Gaze

“The Black Gaze” is a new submission to ÉCU 2011. “The Black Gaze”, by Spanish filmmaker Karlos Alastruey, is an exploration of the emotional life of a young woman. …check out this trailer!

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Kabamir

“Kabamir” is a new submission to ÉCU 2011. “Kabamir” is by student filmmaker Stefan Najib. …check out this trailer!

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Cherkess

“Cherkess” is a new submission to ÉCU 2011. “Cherkess”, by Jordanian filmmaker Mohydeen Quandour, is the story of an encounter of two differing cultures on Arab lands. Check out this trailer!

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Sofia

“Sofia” is a new submission to ÉCU 2011. “Sofia”, by filmmaler Shervin Kermani, is an exploration of the unconscious memories and images that can mark a life. In his final moments, Joseph, and old reclusive painter, has a dream where he wanders through many memories. Over the course of his nostalgic odyssey, Jospeh encounters many […]

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Lychee Thieves

“Lychee Thieves” is a new submission to ÉCU 2011. “Lychee Thieves”, by award-winning filmmaker Kathleen Kwai Ching Man, is a serious yet funny tale about four Hawaiian locals who clash over an abundant lychee tree. Check out this Trailer!

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Faces of the Festival

G-Tech ECU Festival Compilation filmed on Canon EOS 7D

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ÉCU 2010 Intern of the Year: Pauline Dubois

“Waking up early Friday morning, the first day of the festival, a group of us interns met at the American diner down the street from Cinéma Le Grand Action. Raspberry-White-Chocolate-Pancakes. Need I say more? At least it prepared us for the big weekend ahead of us! Little did I know at the time that I […]

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Louisa Mayman Screening Cambridge International Student Film Festival

Congratulations to one of this year’s ECU winners Louisa Mayman (who won the G-Technology sponsored category ‘Best Student Film’ for her inspiration film The Highest Low). Her film will also be screened at this year’s Cambridge International Student Film Festival on June 18th-20th!

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Tips of the trade

Check out this new video interview of Director of Photography & cameraman, Carl Burke, revealing how he manages his digital workflow, which includes innovative RED cameras and G-Technology drives. Carl’s work spans documentaries, corporate films, commercials, music videos, virals and features. His clients have included MTV, Sky Sports, CNN and Universal Music. Read more about […]

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