Dirty Old Town Interview

Premiering Spring 2011, Dirty Old Town is a new Gonzo Narrative from young trio Jenner Furst, Daniel B Levin and Julia Willoughby Nason. This dark comedy depicts the disintegration of Bowery landmark Billy’s Antiques and Props. Facing eviction, the iconic store owner descends into a cosmic ring of fire in a tale that playfully blurs […]

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May Newsletter Update by Kädi Lokk

May has been extra busy month for all of the ÉCU-ers and ÉCU-ettes. There was so many things going on that it was hard to keep track of everything: Cannes, opening up submissions for ÉCU 2012, starting the ÉCU Membership Club and preparing for the “ÉCU-on-the-Road” tour. Whew! For the very first time ÉCU had […]

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ÉCU lastest blog: End of Cannes Film Festival 2011

Now that the Cannes Film Festival has come to the end of its 12 day run, we can say that 2011 was full of change and excitement! Lots of fun, but definitely lots of work and preparation as well! The Closing Ceremony dished out all the glamour that we have come to expect from the […]

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Call for Submissions

Are you talented enough? Are you creative enough? Are you BRAVE enough? A lot of people talk about making a film. Very few are brave enough to do it. If you’re a storyteller, a visionary, an innovator or a technical genius with the determination to realize your dream, then get out there and make your […]

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‘Series Mania’ Hosted by Forum des Images

Forum des Images’s ‘Series Mania’ event from the 10th – 17th April included projections in cinemas of the latest American, British and French TV series and several round table sessions hosted by experts where the public could discuss the themes, characters and cinematography of the various series. I use the word ‘cinematography’ because this really […]

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Highlights from ÉCU 2011

Take a look at some great behind the scenes footage from ÉCU 2011 , featuring background music from a live performance by Ellis playing her song “How Would It Be.” Vive ÉCU !

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Le Marais

Le Marais, located in the heart of Paris, is known for its mixture of different cultures and personalities. Here you’ll find the Jewish Quarter, Gay nightlife, and great places to go vintage shopping! Katrina and Alice visited le Marais to show you all exactly what goes on, taking you from the delicious falafels to cool […]

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The European Independent Film Festival (ÉCU) 2010 Survival Guide!

The wonderful thing about Paris is that, despite being a relatively small city , there is so much to do. Though a map may seem daunting, it is surprising how far you can get on foot. A lot can be seen in one short weekend! The European Independent Film Festival 2010 (ÉCU) is taking place […]

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