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 Article by Anna Takayama   Director, Alice Mitterrand recently submitted her film, D’UNE VIE A L’AUTRE to the ÉCU 2010 Dramatic Short category. She discusses the joys and sorrows of motherhood as well as her own struggles as a filmmaker. Q: What is your film about? The film is about motherhood, which is a very sensitive time in a woman’s life. Everything changes: one’s way of thinking, one’s priorities, and one’s vision on life. In this s...

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Tengu

Director: Roger Walch.
David (Ted Taylor) comes to Japan for one week to study traditional legends. He is supposed to meet Professor Ozawa, a leading expert in the field. But when he arrives, he gets picked up by Ozawa's two female assistants, Sanae (Mimori Sento) and Manami (Sakiko Ikegami). They bring him to a traditional guest-house and accompany him during his stay. A strange man in the bath house (Kan Mikami) tells David about the local Tengu legend. Tengu are a class of well known monster-spirits with a long nose and a red face who live in the Japanese forests and mountains. David is immediately fascinated. But the more he finds out about the Tengu, the more he is drawn into his own past-life. As a matter of fact some Tengu legends can be connected to shipwrecked foreigners who were forced to live in hiding in the Japanese mountains during Japan's Sakoku (closed country) era (1637 - 1853). Ultimately, "Tengu" is the story of a Westerner who becomes the origin of a famous Japanese legend.

Flash Back

Director: Martin Pavey.
When SARAH finally achieves success, her life is shattered by the violent death of her husband JOHN. Haunted by his memory SARAH is plunged into the torment of Agoraphobia. Disturbing dreams and flashbacks lead her to a revelation, a moment in time and a decision that could change everything.

Sci-Fi: Reflections

Within the Water Lies Death...and Life We are all made of water, it brings us life. It can also bring death. Every so often, someone dies in the ocean, rivers, lakes…and sometimes, they return. They appear to those who knew them, only for a short time, then disappear again. They do not speak, they observe. No one knows why they return, whether it is to feel, to see, to experience, to live again, or whether they just became a part of the greater living entity, the water itself. All we know is that these events have been occurring for a long time.  

Foundations Of The Heart

The window of an old farm house is left open, in the evening, leading to intrigue and romance for a schoolgirl, in rural Australia.

The Pink Lady

Visions of a lady in pink haunt the corridors and veranda of a grand colonial homestead.

The Dark Theatre

In this mystery film, a detective investigates unusual events at a neglected theatre in bushland.
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