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ÉCU 2014- The 9th Annual European Independent Film Festival will take place from April 4th to 6th at Cinéma Les 7 Parnassiens, 75014 Paris.

As well as the film screenings, festival attendees will have the opportunity to participate in an array of workshops as well as a series of ‘Meet the Directors‘ panel discussions, in which the audience pose questions directly to the filmmakers. There is also a full program of live music hosted by ÉCU’s partner Access Film-Music. Personalities from cinema, television and the arts, as well as filmmakers and film industry professionals, will mix with a cinema-loving public craving the energy, free spiritedness and innovation that embodies independent film.

Tonya S. Holly

Tonya S. Holly

Along with The European Independent Film Festival and Women-In-Film-In-Music and ESG Management School, HorizonVU Music has co-sponsored a study “Why, Where, What and How? Motivation Behind Film Viewership”. The preliminary results will be available and discussed throughout the Festival and during a special co-sponsored session on Sunday, 6 April at 10h30 led by Owner and CEO of Cypress Moon Productions, Inc., Tonya S. Holly. In addition to the survey results, a focus of the discussion will be on the issue of gender bias in the motion picture and music industries.

“We eagerly look forward to giving these great indie films the recognition they deserve by screening them to large audiences here in Paris,” said Scott Hillier, Oscar-honoured filmmaker and ÉCU’s founder. “In its 9th year, ÉCU continues its tradition of being a true filmmakers’ festival, in which directors develop their unique creative styles in a warm and welcoming environment.“


Survey Logo_ECUFilm, or « the movies » accounts for a significant level of economic activity around the world. Film is an important part of our lives and lifestyles influencing trends across the arts, including for example, music and fashion. While there has been a growing amount of interest and research related to film audiences and audience behavior, there is relatively little research focused specifically on independent film audiences.

The European Independent Film Festival , HorizonVU Music and ESG Management School http://www.esgms.fr/ are engaged in a large-scale project focused on the study of “why, where, what and how” people follow independent film. The study is also aligned with the Paris-based group Women-In-Film-In-Music (WIFIM).

The study is leading off with a broad based survey designed to collect demographic motivation-related information on the independent film audience. The survey is planned to take place between December 2013 and the Festival in April. Preliminary results of the survey will be made available at the Festival. This is potentially a large contribution to the entertainment industry in general, and independent film, specifically.

We hope that you will participate in this exciting effort. Participate at

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/MotivationBehindFilmViewership

For additional information contact phillip.cartwright@horizonvumusic.com.

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2013 WFA 48-Hour Film Challenge
Congratulations to the Winners
Winter Film Awards 48-Hour Film Challenge 2013
What Can YOU Do In Just 48 Hours?

Winter Film Awards is pleased to congratulate the winners of the 2nd Annual 48-Hour Film Challenge!

Grayline NY Sightseeing BusThe Challenge kicked off Friday Dec 6 at 8pm. Thirty teams of filmmakers from the tri-state area were assigned a tagline from Ghostbusters (“Well, there’s something you don’t see every day!“) and a Film Genre: Action; Thriller; Horror; Western or Musical; Romance or Comedy; Teen/College; SciFi.

For a prop, Grayline NYC provided each team with one-hour private shooting time on a double-decker sightseeing tour Bus, complete with Tour Guide and Driver.

bestTeams had exactly 48 sleepless hours to decide what they were going to do, write a screenplay, assemble props, costumes and actors, rehearse, shoot, score and edit a 4-7 minute short film. Completed films were posted to YouTube, where 30K+ online viewers cast 3k+ votes for Fan Favorite.

On Saturday December 14, entries were screened to a crowd of 150 fans at Blondies SportsBar in NYC.

Over $9k in prizes were awarded for BEST PICTURE, FAN FAVORITE, FIRST RUNNER UP and the HONORARY AWARD.
B&H Photo sponsored a $2500 Filmmakers Prize Package including a Canon EOS 70D DSLR Camera with 18-135mm STM f/3.5-5.6 Lens, an X-Rite i1Display Pro, a Tenba Roadie Video Backpack and a Delkin Devices Fat Gecko Dual-Suction Camera Mount.

Other great prizes include NYC Helicoptor, Cruise, Bus Tour and Freestyle Tours provided by Grayline NYC; yearly memberships to IndieFlix; Enforcer DSLR Kit and Z-Finder Pro provided by Zacuto; SmartPhocus 3-Lens Bundle for iPhone; Nito Inc S3 Dojo Mobile Sound Studio; Gorilla, Story-O and Chimpanzee filmmaker software provided Jungle Software; Novice Rifle Classes provided by West Side Rifle & Pistol Range; Firearms for Film and Samurai Sword Fighting for Film classes provided by NY Action Actors Academy; Black Ops Laser Tag provided by Indoor Extreme Sports; Go-Kart Races provided by Pole Position Raceway; Pocket White Charts provided by DSC Labs; Chelsea Piers Passports and Flying Trapeze Lessons provided by Trapeze School NY! Winning films will be screened at the 2014 Winter Film Awards Independent Film Festival February 27-March 1 in New York City.

Best Picture: The Carrier

Team: Veteran Production, Genre: Action, Cop, Spy

12-14-2013 Best PictureVeteran Production is a NY-based production company specializing in a variety of media categories. Team leader Sergeant Dwayne Philibert, USMC (acting Sergeant Major) is COO of Brooklyn Youth Marines Inc, an extracurricular youth enrichment non-profit that serves New York City, Dutchess County and Westchester County’s youth. The program focuses on character and leadership development, physical fitness, community service and recreational activities for at-risk youth. Director La’Mard Wingster is a martial artist, director of numerous action films and is the the acting Second Lieutenant for Dutchess and Westchester County youth Marines.

Fan Favorite: As Time Goes By

Team: ESW Productions, Genre: Science Fiction
12-14-2013 Fan Favorite 1ESW Productions is a Carmel, NY based film company specializing in movie/television writing and production, film industry networking as well as web-based entertainment. ESW’s script for “As Time Goes By” was written in about an hour and a half, shot in about twelve hours and the rest was post production (and sitting in traffic). ”It was a ton of fun, and really rekindled a love of this sort of thing!” – Team Leader Salvatore Lagonia

First Runner Up: Crest Fallen

Team: Grape Dutches of York, Genre: Action, Cop, Spy

WFA_cap-grapeReturning champions The Grape Dutches of York are a sketch comedy troupe based out of Astoria, NY. The Dutches have been involved in various film festivals across the country and in New York City, and took home the prize for BEST SCREENPLAY at the 2012 WFA 48-Hour Film Challenge. The Dutches goal is to make funny, off-centered sketches that are rooted in their askew view of the world and the people that inhabit it. Grape Dutches puts on a Monthly show at the Videology theater in Brooklyn.

Honorary Award: The Apt Aint Big Enuff

Team: Film Repertory Group, Genre: Western or Musical

WFA_12-14-2013-honorary-6Film Repertory Group is a collective of local film artists devoted to producing, showcasing, and exposing great films. Their goal is to unify all types of people interested in film-making, to create a place where everyone can contribute in producing truly great work, which shows off their skills and advances their careers and to develop a relationship with our audience and community, and build a reputation that will help expose the talents of all the artists involved.

Special Mention: Lilly Bell

Team: The Oddity Concept, Genre: Action, Cop, Spy

WFA_team-oddity-conceptThe Oddity Concept is a team of 8th Graders making their very first film. Thirteen-year old Erica Marney, director/cinematographer, received her camera the day before the challenge and she’d never edited a film before. Her actors were all first-timers as well. Keep an eye on her — in 10 years, we’ll be watching her accept her Best Director Oscar!

Winter Film Awards congratulates all of our competitors on their amazing work! Visit our YouTube Playlist to view all of our teams’ films!


Zoë Keating is a one-woman orchestra. She uses a cello and a foot-controlled laptop to record layer upon layer of cello, creating intricate, haunting and compelling music. Zoë is known for both her use of technology – which she uses to sample her cello onstage – and for her DIY ethic which has resulted in the sale of over 60,000 copies of her self-released albums and a devoted following.

Zoë KeatingBorn in Canada and classically trained from the age of eight, Zoë obtained a liberal arts degree from Sarah Lawrence College and then spent her 20’s working in software while moonlighting as a cellist in rock bands. She eventually combined the cello and the computer, developing her signature style of live-layered music while improvising for late night crowds at her Francisco warehouse. In 2003 Zoë quit her tech job to focus on her layered cello music. She made the choice to release her music online without a label, believing that her listeners were out there and she just needed to find them.

Zoë’s successful grassroots, DIY approach has garnered her much public attention and press. She speaks regularly on artist-empowerment, sustainable careers and the concept of artist-as-entrepreneur, has been profiled on NPR’s All Things Considered, named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum and awarded a performing arts grant from the Creative Capital Foundation. She serves on the boards of the San Francisco chapter of the Recording Academy, the Magik Magik Orchestra and CASH Music, a nonprofit organization that builds open source digital tools for musicians and labels.

Zoë has performed and recorded with a wide range of artists, including Imogen Heap, Amanda Palmer, Tears for Fears, DJ Shadow, John Vanderslice, Rasputina, Pomplamoose and Paolo Nutini. She has collaborated and performed with WNYC’s Radiolab and is also known for her work in film and dance. Commissions include music for the San Francisco MOMA and soundtracks for the films Ghost Bird, The Devil’s Chair and Frozen Angels. Her music has been used by countless entities, including the BBC, ITV, PBS, NPR, CBS, NBC, Intel, IBM, Apple, Patagonia, Specialized Bikes, the Alonzo King Lines Ballet, Alvin Ailey Dance, Parsons Dance and San Francisco’s ODC, and was recently in the Broadway play “Wit” starring Cynthia Nixon.Her cello playing can be heard on Mark Isham’s scores The Conspirator, Warrior and The Secret Life of Bees.

Zoë makes an effort to reach audiences wherever they are, performing on radio, television and webcasts, outdoors in the desert, in churches and concert halls, at universities, museums, technology conferences, airports, public spaces, executive brainstorming sessions, house concerts, bars and rock clubs across around the world.

She is also extremely fond of pancakes and likes to say yes to crazy things…

“…a distinctive mix of old and new — layers of sound, that feel more like orchestrations than a solo instrument. ” – National Public Radio

“Swoon-inducing. Like taking a triple-shot of Absinthe before stepping outside of the bar just in time to see the sun exploding.” -SF Weekly

“… uses live looping to transform solo performances into multipart masterpieces.” – Electronic Musician

“…sublime minimalist music with a pop sensibility” – San Francisco Weekly

“Keating’s solo album, One Cello x 16, is elegantly haunting as it gracefully walks the line between ambient and neo-classical forms.” – Portland Mercury

“Alluring” – Toronto Eye

Awards:

Creative Capital Foundation, 2009. Performing Arts grant
San Francisco Artsfest, 2005. Emerging artist award
Belle Foundation, 2005. Artistic development grant
World Economic Forum, 2011. Young Global Leader


“The Red City” from the album “On Club” (2008) by Malika Makouf Rasmussen. Video created and directed by Sabina Jacobsson / www.sabina.no

Malika Makouf Rasmussen_smallMalika Makouf Rasmussen (Norway/Algeria/France) is a critically acclaimed composer, musician and music producer and a philosopher. Incorporating a variety of African and Western instruments blended with electronic sounds forms the sole foundation for her music. She has performed extensively throughout Europe and Africa. She has staged numerous festivals and music venues across the world including: Olympia (Paris), Harare International Music and Film Festival, Tune In (Stockholm), MELA (Oslo), Great Bear (New York), Vanløse Kulturhus (Copenhagen), for full list see Calendar. Her music is used by dance companies, filmmakers and theatre events around the world: Roberto Salaorni Dance Studio (Rome), Reva Zane (film), Los Angeles, Drammen Teater (Norway) to mention some. She also lectures and publishes articles in the area of cultural and political philosophy and arts.

Her story begins in Algiers, the capital of Algeria, known for the glistening white of its building (nicknamed El-Bahdja or Alger la Blanche – Algiers the white») situated on the west side of a bay of the Mediterranean Sea. Malika is born in 1965 to french-algerian-norwegian parents. Later on the family spent a year in Budapest, Hungary, before Malika moved to Norway with her mother and brother -launched into a world of distinct seasons far from, but no less beautiful than North Africa.
Malika started playing the classical guitar nine years old and later moved on to the electric bass. Today she plays a several numbers of instruments and has been focusing on the traditional African Gimbre, also called Sintir for the past years.

At the age of fifteen she went spending a year with her father in Paris. Returning to Norway she settled on her own in Fredrikstad -a small town near the capital Oslo, started playing in different bands in the area, and at nineghteen graduated from Greåker Music College. She later went on to Høgskolen i Telemark (college) and The Academy of Music in Oslo for music and cultural studies. She is for the present time a master student of philosophy at the University of Oslo. During late 80s Malika lived in Paris, attracted by the creative friction that arises between people of different backgrounds. Her professional music career started in France and by the time she made Oslo her homebase in 1991, she had been touring across Europe and North Africa, had several CDs, radio-and TV shows on her résumé. In Oslo she began developing her own projects besides working as a session musician for recordings, TV and theatre. In 1999 she founded the Women’s Voice International Music Network – now Global Music Network – consisting of women from different parts of the world. The aim of the project is to bring to light gifted composers, musicians and songwriters and at the same time form a living network of performers. Malika went back to Paris in 2010 where she has created and launched the philosophy and arts salon Global Paris Arts.

Malika has participated in numerous recordings and released four solo albums: Exit Cairo (2006), On Club (2008), Urbanized (2010) and So Easy So High (2012). Her music has been described as contemporary music with a mature sensibility and the latest pulse to come out of the the emerging crossover scene (BBC, France Inter).

Besides Global Music Network, she is the founder of the booking agency Global Oslo Music, the record label New Music and art productions Global Paris Arts. The companies employs people in art-direction, management, producing and booking and utilizes a network of independent distributors of music and art world wide.As a writer, she has contributed art articles and topical essays for numerous magazines.


Hélène Muddiman is a multi-award-winning composer and songwriter who has won the Accolade Award for Excellence in Music, the Moondance Award for best Original score and also been nominated for the prestigious World Soundtrack Award Discovery of the Year, an Ivor Novello Award and the Hollywood Music in Media Award. As an artist, Hélène was signed to EMI Records and Music Publishing at the age of 18. She is now signed to Sony/ATV writing film music and hit songs including 2 top 5 hits from the Gold selling album ‘Free Me’ by Emma Bunton (one of the Spice Girls). She has numerous film and TV credits which show her experience in drama, animation, comedy, thrillers, documentaries, action and advertising. She is classically trained and plays a range of instruments, including guitar, bass, keyboards and piano. Her singing has featured on many of Hans Zimmer’s film scores and several pieces for television, and various hits for other artists. She has 2 albums out through EMI for KPM produced by Harry Gregson-Williams and is presently composing the score for a new feature film which is a thriller entitled ‘Stealing Sam’, Starring Ray Liotta.

Film Credits

Skin
Jean
Candy
A Fist Full of Pizza
Modern Paints Uncovered
Asian Organic Colorants
Santa’s Little Helper

Songs

“Free Me” – Emma Bunton
“I’ll Be There” – Emma Bunton
Pop Idol winners through Sam Fuller’s 19 Management

TV Credits

The Cramp Twins – Cartoon Network
The Murder Game – BBC /Fox
Four Walls – BBC
G Force – BBC
Pride – BBC
Animal Zone – BBC
Life According to Fred – BBC
That’s Showbusiness – BBC
Tip Top Challenge – BBC
Edinburgh Nights – BBC
Webwise Challenge – BBC
Friends for Dinner – BBC
Gary Rhodes – BBC
The Cram – BBC
The Pocket-sized Guide to Parenting – BBC
Welcome to Britain – BBC
Trevor and Simon Summer Special – BBC
Pop Pickers – BBC
Jake’s Progress with Elvis Costello – Channel 4
Dishes for Channel 4
Zero to Hero –Channel 4
Gayle’s World for ITV,
The Trisha Show – ITV

Her music has also featured on the following TV shows : Mr. Bean, Equinox, Oprah Winfrey Show, Ren and Stimpy, The Ruth Rendle Mysteries, QED, Eurotrash, The Good Sex Guide, Dream On, Transworld Sport, Good Morning with Anne and Nick, Special Babies, Michael Barrymore, Vintage Thames, The Frost Programme and GMTV. In the US her library music has featured on many shows including The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Drew Carey Show, Dream on, Access Hollywood, Ren and Stimpy, Walt Disney World Summer, Martha Stewart Livin, Zoom, Spongebob Squarepant, Bill Nye the Science Guy.


Alexandra PatsavasAlexandra Patsavas – owner of Chop Shop Music Supervision – got her start in the music business as a rock promoter in Champaign, Illinois. She moved to Los Angeles in 1990 and worked in the Film/TV department at BMI. She then moved on in 1994 to work for Roger Corman at Concorde Films, where she was music coordinator and supervisor on over 50 B-movie classics in a three-year span.
After her stint at Concorde, Alexandra started her own company, Chop Shop Music Supervision, where she music supervised the TV shows “Roswell,” “Carnivale,” “Boston Public,” “Fastlane,” “The OC,” “Without A Trace,” “Numb3rs,” “Chuck,” and the films “The Invisible,” “The Twilight Saga” “A Better Life,” “Water For Elephants”, “The Dilemma,” “The Perks of Being a Wallflower,” “Warm Bodies,” and “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”

Alexandra and her staff at the Chop Shop – talented music coordinators Kasey Truman, Ginger Whitman, Brittany Whyte, and Justin Kamps – are currently working on the TV shows “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Mad Men,” “Supernatural,” “Hart Of Dixie,” ”Scandal,” “Suburgatory,” and “The Carrie Diaries,” as well as the feature films “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.”

Alexandra produced the soundtracks for “Mad Men,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “The OC,” “Rescue Me,” “Gossip Girl,” “Twilight,” “The Twilight Saga: New Moon,” “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse,” “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Parts 1 and 2,” and “The Perks of Being a Wallflower.” The critically acclaimed soundtracks for “Twilight,” “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse,” and “Grey’s Anatomy Volume 2″ were each nominated for a Grammy.

Alexandra has been profiled in Wired, Glamour, The New York Post, The Los Angeles Times, In Style, The Chicago Sun-Times, The Chicago Tribune, Elle, Jane, Billboard, Giant and The New York Times, CNBC and MTV. She was named by Advertising Age as “Entertainment Marketer of the Year,” The Los Angeles Times as one of “The West 100,” Variety as one of fifty honorees for their annual “Women’s Impact Report,” Fast Company as one of the “100 Most Creative People in Business,” and as one of Billboard’s “Top Women In Music”.

Visit Chop Shop Music Supervision at http://chopshopmusic.com/

Lisbeth Scott

Lisbeth Scott

Lisbeth Scott is an award winning singer/songwriter whose voice and songs have appeared in over 150 films and television shows many of which are Oscar and Emmy winners including Shrek, Narnia, AVATAR, Spiderman, Passion, Munich (in which John Williams wrote a 5 minute solo specifically for Scott), Ironman and Trueblood. She has simultaneously developed her career as a solo artist producing and recording over 9 albums and is currently working on her tenth. Her work has spent over 10 weeks in the top ten of the Billboard charts and she has toured the world appearing both with orchestra and her band.

Scott has recently stepped into the role of film composer and has scored several feature films to date, working with directors Louie Schwartzberg and Adam Christian Clark among others. She is also writing with Nathan Barr as co-composer on the new Amazon children’s series Tumbleaf, premiering early 2014. Her composing work will also be gracing Broadway in the next few years in two well known musical adaptations.

Lisbeth began her career as a classical pianist headed for a concert career, but as soon as she could, ran away to California to literally find her voice.Someone heard her singing and playing piano for a modern dance class in the hills of Idyllwild and suggested her voice for a score by composer Hans Zimmer. That was all it took. Scott’s uniquely moving and shiver-inducing voice was launched.

Her voice, songs and compositions are largely influenced by her upbringing and travels, which were steeped in every kind of music imaginable. She was surrounded by classical music as a child not only due to her piano studies, but also because her sister was a professional ballerina.Her parents were award winning ballroom dancers and exposed her to everything from the Mills Brothers to Peggy Lee, to Duke Ellington Judy Garland and Tommy Dorsey. Her Armenian grandparents sang her the songs and sounds of their country. A close family friend was a blues harmonica player and gave Lisbeth an in depth blues education that lead to a love of African rhythms and jazz. Scott spent many years studying African drumming with Baba Olatunji and several others. She also spent a year and half in London studying medieval music and traveled through Ireland for a long while to immerse herself in Celtic sounds. All along the way Scott picked up instruments and learned how to play them…6 and 12 string guitar, dulcimer, harmonium, and calimba to name a few.

This combination of sounds and influences translates into a uniquely mesmerizing and powerful sound. A sound that John Williams has called “absolutely ravishing” and Variety has called “…perfection”.

“…a vocal wonder… her voice is an incredibly rich instrument.”
– All Music Guide

“Scott’s music is perfection.”
– Variety

“…absolutely ravishing.”
– John Williams

“Beautiful”
– Yo Yo Ma

“…will leave the imprint of a feather on your heart.”
– Indie-Music.com

Find out more abouth Lisbet Scott at http://www.lisbethscott.com/

Sagarika continues her proactive involvement with issues related to women’s empowerment. Most recently, working with the Navjyoti India Foundation, she has started production of a new song for the campaign called Bigul (Bugle in English). The concept is to use the music and lyrics as a means to bring awareness to the BIGUL Campaign. This song is intended to become an anthem that can be shared throughout India and beyond. Sagarika plans to visit schools and colleges singing and spreading the BIGUL meaning, while bringing awareness to the safety of Indian women, young and old.

In Sagarika’s words,

“Being an enthusiastic supporter of many charitable causes, I was delighted to begin a correspondence with the NGO [Navjyoti India Foundation]. During our correspondence we discussed their campaign for ‘Women’s’ Empowerment’. The campaign called BIGUL is aimed at bringing awareness to women and their safety issues.”

“I was most fortunate to have an inspiring conversation with the charity’s Executive, and a date was made for a meeting shortly after. During our meeting we discussed the Women’s Empowerment campaign at great length. This conversation covered the organisation, its aspirations, and how I could contribute and be part of it in any way possible.”

Two versions of this song have been composed. A beautiful ballad version has already been composed by Billy Playle, with touching lyrics by Mellina Barnett, two songwriters from the UK that Sagarika has worked with many times in the past. One other version of this song is being composed by Sujith Kurian of Kochi, India. This will be
the Hindi version.

Mel’s lyrics have been translated and altered by Sagarika as requested by the NGO. By having two versions of the song we feel we have a greater opportunity to communicate the meaning of the words and hopefully help the NGO in sharing their cause with a larger audience. The intention is to distribute the Hindi version of the song in India, and the intention is to wants to share the song amongst Hindi radio stations and the press in the UK. The English version of the song will eventually be available in digital format too.

This charity, the Navjyoti India Foundation, is extremely important to Sagarika, and her fellow songwriters. We plan to not only bring awareness to the NGO and its campaign, but through music hope to bring attention to the rest of the world to the plight of women in India, and beyond.

बिगुल – नवज्योति की ओर (Bugle – Towards The New Light)

V1अँधेरा है घेरे मुझे, (Darkness has surrounded me)सूरज न किया रॉशन ये दिल (Even the sun didn’t warm my heart)क्यूँ अपने ही वतन में मुझे? (Why in my own country?)तोड़ा गया……झंझोर गया (I am torn and shattered)
V2उड़ने की चाह थी मेरी भी (I aspired to fly)बस एक ही पल में उड़ सकी (For a moment only I could fly)आज़ाद हु मैं, ख्वाबो मैं (I am free, in my dreams)तो ज़िन्दगी हंसी है मेरे लिए (Then this life is beautiful for me)
Chorusहर सांस में अब ये प्रार्थना है मेरी (With every breath I pray)की एक हो जाये हम सभी, बनके एक आवाज़ (That we are all united, like a single voice)बजाके अब बिगुल (Lets blow the bugle)बह चलो उस छाओ की ओर (And flow towards that shadow)जो ले चले हमे (Which takes us)नवज्योति की ओर (Towards the new light)नवज्योति की ओर (Towards the new light)
V3सोचा है कभी क्या मेरे लिए? (Do you ever think about me?)सितारों के पार किया महसूस कभी? (Beyond the stars did u ever feel me?)क्या हूँ मैं कल के खबर की स्मृति? (Am I a memory of yesterday’s news?)या बेनाम साए की एक छवि? (Or a shadow without a name?)
V4थामो हाथ मेरा जब में पुकारू (Hold my hand when I call for you)नज़ारे न चुराओ मुझसे (Don’t take your eyes off of me)साथ दो मेरा जब आज़ादी का, मैं, बिगुल मैं बजाऊ (Be with me when I, I blow the bugle of my independence)
Chorusहर सांस में अब ये प्रार्थना है मेरी (With every breath I pray)की एक हो जाये हम सभी, बनके एक आवाज़ (That we are all united, like a single voice)बजाके अब बिगुल (Lets blow the bugle)बह चलो उस छाओ की ओर (And flow towards that shadow)जो ले चले हमे (Which takes us)नवज्योति की ओर (Towards the new light)
Bridgeहो साथ तुम तो बड़ियो को तोड़ हम दे (And with you we can break these chains that hold us down)जो हो एकता तो ये दुनिया है छोटी सी (The world is small when we all unite)तो बह चलो उस छओं की ओर (So lets flow towards that shadow)साथ हम चले नवज्योति की ओर (Together we flow towards the new light)
Chorusहर सांस में अब ये प्रार्थना है मेरी (With every breath I pray)की एक हो जाये हम सभी, बनके एक आवाज़ (That we are all united, like a single voice)बजाके अब बिगुल (Lets blow the bugle)बह चलो उस छाओ की ओर (And flow towards that shadow)जो ले चले हमे (Which takes us)नवज्योति की ओर (Towards the new light)नवज्योति की ओर (Towards the new light)
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(English Version)Together
We Can Shine a Light

VERSE ONE

Darkness
seems to follow me

Even the
sun can’t warm my heart

Because
when I lay down to sleep

I fall\
apart\……I fall \apart

VERSE TWO

*I try to
fly, with \my dreams

For just
a moment /I’m really~ free

To follow
my path, /feel \the \wind

And life
is beautiful, beautiful for me

CHORUS

With
every breathe I pray

That our
fingers are linked as one

That a
river will flow and carry me~

To where
a peace is ~found

Help me
find my voice – Pull me from the shadow and let your love be bright

And with
your –hand in mine, we can shine a light~~

We can
shine a light

VERSE
THREE

Do-you-think-of-me,
\do \you \care?

Across
the /stars can you /feel my pain?

Am I a
memory, with, yesterday’s news?

Am I Just
a ~shadow, \without \a ~\name

VERSE
FOUR

*Can you
be my strength \when \I’m \~tired?

Will you
look /~beyond today?

/Will you
take a stand and /hold me

When,
when the tears get in the way

CHORUS

With
every breathe I pray

That our
fingers are linked as one

That a
river will flow and carry me

To where
a peace is found

Help me
find my voice

Pull me
from the shadow and let your love be bright

And with
your hand in mine we can shine a light

We can
shine a light

BRIDGE

And with
you we can break these chains that hold us down

The world
is small when we all unite…..And together we can shine a light

Together
we can be free and shine a light

CHORUS

With
every breathe I pray

That our
fingers are linked as one

That a
river will flow and carry me

To where
a peace is found

Help me
find my voice

Pull me
from the shadow and let your love be bright

And with
your hand in mine we can shine a light

We can
shine a light

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Women-In-Film-In-Music is a network and blog for persons interested in film, music and the role of women in the business of entertainment. This includes producers, directors, technical specialists and performing artists in the film and music industries. The key objective of the blog is to be a source for networking, understanding and acting on issues and barriers to the success of women participating in film and music.

This blog is a part of an initiative of HorizonVU Music and Global Paris Arts to sponsor a proactive session at the European Independent Film Festival in April, 2014. It is hoped that open participation in this blog by all persons, irrespective of gender, will be a source for an exciting and constructive program.

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