授权类型

    独家

年限(几届)

    15

电影节特色

  • 红毯
  • 明星嘉宾
  • 影片展映
  • 奖杯
  • 版权交易
  • 证书

日期和截止日期

  • 2019-05-28
    报名开始时间

  • 2020-02-02
    报名结束时间

  • 2020-03-04
    入围通知开始时间

  • 2020-03-04
    入围通知结束时间

  • 2020-04-24
    颁奖礼开始时间

  • 2020-04-26
    颁奖礼结束时间

类别及费用

  • 非欧洲剧情长片单元
    影片长度 :31 - 120
    影片以原创及独立创作精神为主,影片制作时间为2018年9月1日以后。
    非英语电影需有英文字幕,如果是英语电影,需有法语字幕。

    2019/12/08

    标准: 110美元

    2020/01/05

    标准: 115美元

    2020/02/02

    标准: 120美元

  • 非欧洲剧情短片单元
    影片长度 :0 - 30
    影片以原创及独立创作精神为主,影片制作时间为2018年9月1日以后。
    非英语电影需有英文字幕,如果是英语电影,需有法语字幕。

    2019/12/08

    标准: 80美元

    2020/01/05

    标准: 85美元

    2020/02/02

    标准: 90美元

  • 非欧洲纪录片短片单元
    影片长度 :1 - 59
    影片以原创及独立创作精神为主,影片制作时间为2018年9月1日以后。
    非英语电影需有英文字幕,如果是英语电影,需有法语字幕。

    2019/12/08

    标准: 90美元

    2020/01/05

    标准: 95美元

    2020/02/02

    标准: 100美元

  • 学生电影短片单元
    影片长度 :1 - 59
    影片以原创及独立创作精神为主,影片制作时间为2018年9月1日以后,有英文字幕。
    主创团队为学生,且主要资金中,来自公司或工作室投资的比例不得超过50%。

    2019/12/08

    标准: 45美元

    2020/01/05

    标准: 50美元

    2020/02/02

    标准: 55美元

  • 学生电影长片单元
    影片长度 :60 - 100
    影片以原创及独立创作精神为主,影片制作时间为2018年9月1日以后,有英文字幕。
    主创团队为学生,且主要资金中,来自公司或工作室投资的比例不得超过50%。

    2019/12/08

    标准: 45美元

    2020/01/05

    标准: 50美元

    2020/02/02

    标准: 55美元

  • 非欧洲纪录片长片单元
    影片长度 :60 - 120
    影片以原创及独立创作精神为主,影片制作时间为2018年9月1日以后。
    非英语电影需有英文字幕,如果是英语电影,需有法语字幕。

    2019/12/08

    标准: 90美元

    2020/01/05

    标准: 95美元

    2020/02/02

    标准: 100美元

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ÉCU - 欧洲独立电影节是欧洲三大独立电影节之一,被称为欧洲“圣丹斯”。 我们致力于发现和推动世界各地最优秀的独立电影制作人。值得自豪的是,我们也为来自世界各地的独立电影人提供了展现自我的平台,而且我们将不遗余力的向全世界推广你的作品。 我们的年度电影节所展映的电影无论从形式及内容上都展现出其高质量,创新及创意的品质。竞赛单元分为14类,其中7类对非欧洲电影制片人(来自美洲,澳大利亚,非洲和亚洲)开放,争夺25个奖项。 评审团成员来自世界各地,拥有不同的背景,都希望能够筛选出真正打动并鼓舞观众的电影。(新影圈是我们在中国的独家征片合作平台,期待你们的中国电影作品。)

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征片类型 :不限 动作 喜剧 战争 科幻 伦理 恐怖 惊悚 暴力 冒险 犯罪 家庭 音乐 爱情 魔幻 奇幻 枪战 悬疑 青春 励志 文艺 传记 西部 剧情
征片题材 :不限 儿童 人文 动物 美食 女性 教育 都市 校园 体育 同性 老人 环境 家园 职场 特殊人群
征片视频格式 :AVI MPEG4 DCP MOV MPEG

评价

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评委简介
评委姓名 评委照片 评委简介
Antoine Vareille Antoine Vareille is an editor for feature films and television. He has worked as an editor for the films Lucky Luke; Hitman; Brice De Nice; Fatal and Discount as well as for the TV series Kaboul Kitchen and on the TV series documentary Intimate Portrait with Peggy Fleming and Cindy Crawford. Antoine has been a jury member of the festival for the last 6 years.
Mark Perez Mark Perez is one of the premiere non-scripted Executive Producers and Directors in the business today, having produced and directed thousands of hours of programming for networks including NBC, Showtime, Discovery, History, ESPN, VH1, and MTV. Mark’s work includes huge hits such as NBC’s Fear Factor, MTV’s Road Rules and Laguna Beach and two seasons of America’s Next Top Model for UPN. Other critically acclaimed series include Showtime’s 3AM, and VH1’s Celeb Rehab with Dr. Drew.
Korinna Herzig Korinna Herzig is a freelance filmmaker from Stuttgart, Germany. She has been working as media designer and filmmaker since 2007. In Paris and Orlando, she used to work for the Disney company. 2016, she graduated from the Merz Akademie Stuttgart with her award winning short film DER NARR. Today, she does editorial work for German TV (SWR), is leading initiatives in youth media education and is the festival directress of “Weird Wednesday”, a two year old genre film series in Stuttgart. Where she also volunteers in a feminist association called FFGZ. It’s Korinna’s second year as a jury member for the ÉCU festival.
Alberto Sciamma Alberto Sciamma was born in Barcelona in 1961. Studied film at West Surrey College Of Art and Design. He started as a music video director and moved to feature films as a writer/director.
Oscar Spierenburg Oscar Spierenburg (1981) is a painter as well as an auto-didactic director from The Netherlands. He lives and works in Belgium. He has taught himself how to paint and direct and has proved his skills with numerous short films and the awarded feature film Vanitas. Oscar is now working on his second feature length film The Author. Alongside working as a director, he owns an art gallery in the center of Antwerp and founded the Apertus Open Source Cinema Project.
Suz Sainty Suz Sainty is a documentary producer / director and screenwriter, currently based at Discovery Channel in London. Over the past 15 years she has also worked for National Geographic and numerous indies in a variety of production and post production roles, and written several screenplays. She is currently working on a documentary feature and developing a three part fact-based drama series. Suz has served on the European Independent Film Festival jury since 2007.
Giada Ghiringhelli Giada Ghiringhelli is a London based filmmaker and video editor who has spent the last decade developing her passion in the visual arts, working across a number of industries including film, art, music and fashion. Her experimental works have been exhibited internationally in both gallery and festival circuit, including the Ann Arbor Film Festival, Vancouver International Film Festival, Locarno International Film Festival, Aesthetica Short Film Festival, London Short Film Festival and Uppsala International Short Film Festival. Her latest experimental film won Best Experimental Film at ÉCU Film Festival in Paris and Best Sound Design at Underwire in London.
Sam Kadi Sam Kadi is the director, writer and producer of critically acclaimed feature drama The Citizen, starring Cary Elwes. It was named in the “Best 10 Films of 2013” by Examiner.com. His award winning documentary Little Gandhi was Syria’s first official entry for Best Foreign Language Film for the 90th Academy Awards. It won The Ahmed Khedr Award for Excellence in Arab Filmmaking at the European Independent Film Festival and was distributed by HBO Europe and Kino Lorber. Kadi was invited to screen Little Gandhi before U.S. Members of Congress, Untied Nations, Amnesty International, and the Canadian Parliament. Kadi was recognized by the Cinema For Peace organization for raising awareness of human rights, and was asked to speak on the subject before the International Criminal Court at The Hague, Netherlands in 2012. In 2014, the SHOAH Foundation, founded by Steven Spielberg, chose Kadi as a Spotlight Juror. Kadi is a TEDx speaker and a member of the Directors Guild of America (DGA), where he serves on the Guild Asian American committee. Kadi lives in Santa Barbara, California with his wife and two kids.
Samantha Collins Samantha Collins is an Australian born British screenwriter based in Paris. A graduate of the UK’s National Film and Television School, she co-wrote the multi-award winning graduation animation ‘After the End’ with director Sam Southward. With a background in production and development, she has worked for Discovery Networks, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (Arts, Entertainment and Comedy) and London animation house Nexus. Her first feature film ‘You Can Tutu’ has been released on Netflix and she has a number of original film and television projects currently in development, including co-productions, for the UK, USA, Australia and France.
Gareth Jones Gareth Jones is UK based executive producer, an industry veteran with 25 years experience in financing, sales, and distribution. A former CEO of George Harrison’s HandMade Films, Gareth has financed, sold, and distributed over 80 independent films, including Mona Lisa; Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels; Psych 9 and 4321 and others.
Georgios Cherouvim Georgios Cherouvim is a digital artist, computer animator and CG lead for Visual Effects. He was born and raised in Athens and currently lives and works in New York. At a young age he started experimenting with computer graphics together with animation and hasn’t stopped since. Influenced by architecture, he is attracted to simplistic forms, purposeful design and methodical processes. His work and animation shorts have been screened in dozens of festivals around the world including Ars Electronica, Siggraph, Art Futura, One Dot Zero, Athens Digital Art Festival and Athens International Film Festival. He has also participated in several group art exhibitions and in 2015 he had his first solo show ‘Monomorphia‘ in Athens. He graduated with a first class degree and an award from the National Center for Computer animation in the United Kingdom. His professional career started in 2005 at the Moving Pictures Company in London and a few years later he moved to the Vancouver studio. He is currently working at FramestoreNew York as a CG & FX lead, on commercials and virtual reality experiences. Over the years he has worked for feature films including Superman, Harry Potter and X-Men, commercials for clients including Dell, Hewlett-Packard, Qualcomm, AT&T, Microsoft and The NY Times as well as artists like Bjork and Tim Richardson. He has been invited to present his work and give guest lectures at the Institute of Architecture and Media of Graz University Austria, at the National Center for Computer animation in the United Kingdom, the design conference in Athens Digitized, the DevHour games conference in Mexico city and many others.
Vesna De Vinca Vesna De Vinca is a TV journalist, a writer and a producer. With almost 30 years of experience as a journalist shooting documentaries all around the planet, she has been the last journalist in the world to interview Nelson Mandela. Since 2004, she has been managing her own production company “De Vinča Production”. Vesna is also the author and producer of numerous charity events, and endeavours focusing on environmental protection, culture, fashion and beauty. De Vinča has served on the jury of the European Independent Film Festival since 2007.
Rebecca Calder Rebecca Calder is an actress and producer who began her career on the London stage. Her television work with the BBC is extensive, yet she is best known for the Emmy Award winning US series Hatfield’s & Mccoys playing opposte Kevin Costner. Her Independent film work includes her award winning role in the feature Love Me Do and The Dark Mile. Most recently she can be seen in Nat Geo’s upcoming series Genius: Picasso, playing Coco Chanel.
Paul Anderson Paul Anderson runs an independent freelance video, features and communications enterprise, specializing in European political news, election observation, climate change and institutional videos for the international development community. These include the International Committee of the Red Cross, UN, NATO and the EU, directing, filming and scripting features in Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Iraq, Sudan, Chad, Russia, Georgia and across the EU. Between 1990 and 2007, he worked for the BBC as correspondent, presenter and regional editor, including resident correspondent postings in Russia, Ukraine, Serbia, Pakistan/Afghanistan. He made documentaries on events in Afghanistan shown at the independent film festivals in Dubai, Raindance London, Burbank USA and Hamburg. He obtained a BA in German and Russian from the University of London and he have been working with ECU for the past 12 years.
Paul Wyett Paul Wyett is a Writer/Director living in London. He established Pimlico Films in 2014, creating shorts 'Westminster Girls' ,'Emily goes to Pimlico' and 'Isabella'. He is currently developing the TV series 'Victoria Coach'. Sydney is his first submission to film festivals.
Fabian Marquez Fabian Marquez is a writer/producer on the upcoming NBCUniversal series Spides (SyFy). Other writing credits include Better Luck Tomorrow (the debut film of Justin Lin) and the Academy Award-nominated short, Johnny Flynton (with director Lexi Alexander). When he’s not writing, Fabian serves as Senior Creative Director at Centerline Digital where he directs brand films and branded content for Fortune 50 companies. His background also includes extensive experience in feature post production, on staff at both New Line Cinema and DreamWorks Pictures.
Scott Hillier Scott Hillier is an Australian Director / Cinematographer / Screenwriter. Scott studied film at New York University and The London Film and Television school as well as literary non-fiction writing at Columbia University. He has taught a Masters Degree course in Screenwriting as well as journalism at the Centre de Formation des Journaliste (CFJ) in Paris. In addition to serving as President of The European Independent Film Festival he is also Chief Creative Officer for the Zs2 Media Group in Paris.
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