Launch Party Activities

ÉCU 2016 LAUNCH PARTY ACTIVITIES Here’s the program for the soirée: – 08:15 p.m. : Presentation of the festival – 08:35 p.m. : MILKY WAY – 09:30 p.m. : Festival’s President and manager speeches and introduction of the filmmakers – 09:45 p.m. : THE SANDCHERRIES – 10:40 p.m. : TARA WHO? – 11:30 p.m. : […]

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ÉCU 2016 Launch Party

The 11th edition of ÉCU – The European Independent Film Festival will be taking place this year on April 8th-10th but before the actual festival, we invited you all to our LAUNCH PARTY to get a taste of what this year’s amazing selection has to offer! It was a night to celebrate film, music and […]

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Music at ÉCU 2015

The excitement doesn’t end when the day does! Every evening there are after parties where you can unwind, ideas can percolate, and a great time can be had by all. ÉCU is a strong supporter of musicians and live music will be heard throughout the entire weekend. Aaron Howard is an American musician. He Shared […]

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After Parties 2015

FRIDAY, APRIL 10TH Location: Péniche Henjo Time: 10:00pm – 3am What: Right after the Opening Ceremony of ÉCU 2015 all the guests are invited to the Friday Night After Party. Throughout the night there will be live music provided by Access Film Music Ltd. Come and mingle with musicians, filmmakers, ÉCU staff and other festival goers. How […]

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ÉCU 2015 Launch Party

ÉCU – The European Independent Film Festival is happy to announce that its 2015 Launch Party was a huge success at  BADABOUM on March 11th. The night was full of live music, drinks and loads of fun! The live music was fantastic, have a look below at all the groups that played: Nausicaa – click here to vistit her SoundCloud page Passionate […]

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Spotlight – Spike Jonze

Français As indicated by the awards ceremonies so far, Spike Jonze will be leaving with an Academy Award for Best Screenplay at this year’s Oscars for his newest film “Her”. ”Her” is about a man falling in love with his OS (intelligent computer operating system). This bizarre concept follows suit with the rest of the […]

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Mike Beck and Access Film Music – The Festival Soundtrack

by Robert Barry Mike Beck is a big bearded, shaggy-haired bear of a man. A full-time musician since 2001, as frontman to Chicago Mike’s InterGalactic Brother and Sisterhood of Big Eyed Beans he spends four or five months of the year touring in Europe, playing some 250 gigs a year. Meanwhile, “between gigs, or while […]

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The Power of YouTube

Today, virtually everybody has the privilege to watch musical superstars such as Madonna, Jay-Z, the Rolling Stones and David Guetta all perform from the comfort of their own living rooms. One key invention has revolutionized the way music is accessed, shared and discovered forever. It has led to an eruption in music video production, prompting […]

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Live Music at the ÉCU 2012 Launch

Scott Hillier, the president of the ÉCU film festival, has left the stage. In his speech he promised a cinema experience like you’ve never seen before, unlike anything you might find at your local picture house. A sizzle reel has flashed past, offering glimpses of Hillier’s promise: grand sweeping horizons and the minutiae of the […]

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Meet Tiwayo: ÉCU’s 2012 Launch Party Musical Entertainment

Meet TIWAYO! He is a fast-rising talent on the Paris music scene and he will be performing at our Launch Party TONIGHT! With a style mixing soul, rock, reggae and hip hop, he will be exciting entertainment for the Launch. As an independent artist he is the perfect fit to merge with ÉCU, an international […]

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Lana Del Ray – Born to Die Music Video

Perhaps it’s because of her stunning retro Hollywood face or her eerily spellbinding voice, but Lana Del Rey (aka Lizzie Grant) has arrived. Her second album, Born To Die, was recently released in late January and consists of 12 “Hollywood Sadcore” style tracks: tales of dark yet beautifully twisted love stories. The single of the […]

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MTV Video Music Awards: The Beginning

by Robert Barry The competition was stiff. Amongst the other nominees were Herbie Hancock’s ‘Rockit’, Cyndi Lauper’s ‘Girls Just Wanna Have Fun’, the Tobe Hooper-directed clip for Billy Idol’s ‘Dancing With Myself’, and the epic $500,000 mini-movie of Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’. But the first ever MTV Video Music Award for Video of the Year went […]

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