Student film-makers from the UK have stormed the European Independent Film Festival 2012. Four films have made it to the official selection. From Peter Roe’s “Alone” where one man is given the chance to do whatever he wants, to the racing modern drama “Callum” by Michael van der Put, Jonathon Reid- Edwards’ hark back to 60s London in “Hadley TK-421” and finally “My Friend the Thief”, Roland Kennedy’s portrait of a life of crime.
Check them all out online at http://www.ecufilmfestival.com/.
The ÉCU film festival is all about discovering and promoting filmmakers across the globe. At the festival this year around 100 films will be shown from over 30 countries. The official selection- demonstrating quality, innovation and independence in both form and content- represents the very best independent filmmaking talent from around the world. Show support for your fellow filmmakers by following them online and tune in on the 30th, 31st March and 1st April to see how all the UK independent films do at the Paris festival this year!