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ÉCU - The European Independent Film Festival is dedicated to the discovery and advancement of the very best independent films from around the world. We are a festival who believes in our independent filmmakers and their artistic talents. ÉCU proudly provides a unique platform that brings together diverse audiences who are hungry for something other than major studio productions and original and innovative filmmakers.
The next and 8th edition of ÉCU - The European Independent Film Festival will be held in Paris, France in the early spring of 2013.
For more details regarding the festival, please visit our website at www.ecufilmfestival.com.
The European Independent Film Festival 2010 Official Selection
The European Independent Film Festival (ÉCU), in partnership with G-technology by Hitachi, is delighted to announce the Official Selection. ÉCU 2010 will showcase 67 films from 26 countries on the 12th, 13th and 14th March in Paris, France.
EuropeanDramatic Short (24)
Ca Roule (France)
Champagne Supernova (Spain)
City Game (France)
Das Packet (Germany)
En Darlig Dag (Denmark)
Legend of John the Inverted (Belgium)
Lost Paradise (France)
Marginal Note (Germany)
Milk Man (UK)
Not yet (UK)
Take A Way (Switzerland)
Tutto Da Sola (Italy)
EuropeanDramatic Feature (5)
Dreaming Mali (Germany)
Four Roses (Belgium)
Las 2 Vidas de Andrés Rabadán/The 2 lives of Andrés Rabadán (Spain)
Les Nuits de Sister Welsh (France)
EuropeanDocumentary Short (4)
Reaching Rosie (UK)
EuropeanDocumentary Feature (7)
Addicted in Afghanistan (UK)
Das Kind (France)
Skynd Dig Hjem/Hurry Home (Denmark)
Last Supper For Malthus (Switzerland)
Malagasy Gospel (Spain)
Tenacity on the Tasman(UK)
Let There Be Sound(Germany)
Trolley Boy (Ireland)
Clouds Fly West (Bulgaria)
Mio Sovversino Amore (Italy)
Recto Recto Gancho (Mexico)
The Father (Slovakia)
The Highest Low (UK)
Non-European Dramatic Short (5)
Smoorvelief (South Africa)
The Magician (USA)
The Miraculous Tale of the Children Dubois (USA)
Things You Should Knowabout a Woman (USA)
Non-European Dramatic Feature (1)
The Last Confession of Alexander Pierce (Australia)
Non-European Documentary (1)
Dhobi Ghaat (Pakistan)
The Last Giants (Germany)
Made on Mobile
Scared Boy (Portugal)
A Clock's Dream (Cyprus)
Beta Test (Greece)
Ora Che Marlene (Italy)
About ÉCU-The European Independent Film Festival
Scott Hillier, Founder and President of ÉCU - The European Independent Film Festival
Scott Hillier is a director, cinematographer, and screenwriter, based in Paris, France. In the last 20 years, Hillier has gained international recognition from his strong and incredible cinematography, editing, writing, producing and directing portfolio in both the television and film industries.
Hillier began his career in the television industry in Australia. In 1988, he moved to London getting a job with the BBC who then set him to Baghdad. This opportunity led him to 10 years of traveling around world for the BBC, mainly in war zones like Somalia, Bosnia, Tchetcheynia, Kashmir, and Lebanon. After a near fatal encounter with a Russian bomber in Tchechnyia, Hillier gave up his war coverage and began in a new direction.
Hillier studied film at New York University and The London Film and Television School. He also studied literary non-fiction writing at Columbia University. Hillier's regular clients include the BBC, Microsoft, ABC, PBS and National Geographic. Between filming assignments, he used to teach film, a Masters Degree course in Screenwriting at the Eicar International Film School in Paris, France and journalism at the Formation des Journalistes Français in Paris, France.
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