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Eo

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Founded Year

1999

Stage

Series B | Dead

Total Raised

$32.56M

Last Raised

$14.62M

About Eo

Provider of new issue products, services and technology to the retail broking and investment banking industries. The company's services include the origination of new issue product for retail brokers, the aggregation of pan-European retail demand for investment banks, and the provision of technology solutions for retail financial service providers and investment banks.

Headquarters Location

33 Glasshouse Street

London, England, W1B 5DG,

United Kingdom

44 207 725 4900

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Eo Patents

Eo has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Semiconductor device fabrication
  • Integrated circuits
  • Laser applications
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

8/17/2016

10/25/2022

Semiconductor device fabrication, Lithography (microfabrication), Laser applications, Psilocybe, Entheogens

Grant

Application Date

8/17/2016

Grant Date

10/25/2022

Title

Related Topics

Semiconductor device fabrication, Lithography (microfabrication), Laser applications, Psilocybe, Entheogens

Status

Grant

Latest Eo News

Jerzy Skolimowski’s brash epic about a wandering donkey: NPR

Nov 23, 2022

Cannes film festival The eyes of the donkey seem to take the measure of modern life in Jerzy Skolimowski’s film, HEY. Cannes film festival We all have things we don’t like about movies. For some it is horror, for others bloodshed, for still others nudity and sex. For my part, I have always found it atrocious to see a film in which we show mistreated animals. I was filled with dread to see the new movie HEYwhich is a riff on Robert Bresson Random balthazar, a painful masterpiece in which a donkey is reduced to dust by the inhumanity of the world. But I knew that I had to see it because it was directed by one of my cinematic heroes, Polish director Jerzy Skolimowski, who, at 84, is enjoying an astonishing late-career resurgence. So I dragged myself to a screening. And I’m glad I did. Far from being a cavalcade of misery, HEY is a thrilling and imaginative cinematic achievement: a weird and haunting epic about a donkey who couldn’t feel more of our moment. The donkey’s name is EO, and as the action begins, EO is part of a little circus act with a loving young trainer. But when the circus goes bankrupt, the OE is sold to farmers. They don’t treat the EO badly, but the donkey remembers a happier past life and quickly escapes, beginning a journey through modern Europe that carries the EO from forests and cities, to villas. and heaps of scrap metal the size of small Alps. Now, normally a movie like this would focus on the nasty people surrounding EO’s wanderings. But the people here aren’t all bad. Along the way, EO encounters all kinds of human beings, from kind to heartless brutal. Yet in a bold move, Skolimowski doesn’t prioritize the human side of things. It remains centered around its donkey hero, giving EO’s existence an independence and value equal to that of any humans we meet. We get to know the world from EO’s point of view – the alien beauty of the film suggests the perceptions of an animal – and we share the emotions of the donkey. Skolimowski constantly shows us EO’s dark eyes, which seem to take in the measure of modern life. What they see and judge is our world with its rampant despoliation of nature, and in particular, its treatment of animals – from impending wind turbines slaughtering birds in flight, to hunters with laser-guided rifles shooting down wolves, to the industrial food system that endlessly drives animals into the meat-packing plant. We spend the film fearing what may happen to EO. Now, the sense that the cosmos is out to get you has been present in Skolimowski’s work from the start. This is perhaps unsurprising, as his father was executed by the Nazis and he himself grew up in repressed communist Poland. A man of many talents – he was also a boxer, poet, painter and actor, even in Marvel Movies! – Skolimowski had a tremendous run from the 1960s to the 1980s, making great films like Fence, Limit and Illegal work. Then, in his mid-40s, he seemed to be on a cinematic fallow. What no one could have guessed was that, in his eighth decade, he would ignite again, making movies like essential murder and 11minutes that crackle with audacity Young Punk. This plume appears all over HEY, with its fast camera, color filters, aggressive music and absolute confidence to immerse viewers in the world of donkeys where there is more poetry than intrigue and no one explains what is going on. The film is so brash, free and inventive that, if I hadn’t known Skolimowski made it, I would have assumed it was the work of a brilliant 25-year-old discovering what they – and the movies – can do. Part of what makes HEY feel so alive is that it speaks to today’s huge ongoing shift in consciousness about animals and our growing realization that we treat them horribly. It is a film filled with compassion for the exploited and abused creatures of this world and electric with anger against those who, out of malice or recklessness, perpetuate cruelty towards the powerless. Jean-Luc Godard said Bresson’s Donkey Film gave you “the world in an hour and a half”. You can say the same about Skolimowski’s revamped version, which may be another way of telling you that this is a movie that can leave you in tears. Entertainment Not all news on the site expresses the point of view of the site, but we transmit this news automatically and translate it through programmatic technology on the site and not from a human editor. goodwordnews 6 mins ago

Eo Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Eo founded?

    Eo was founded in 1999.

  • Where is Eo's headquarters?

    Eo's headquarters is located at 33 Glasshouse Street, London.

  • What is Eo's latest funding round?

    Eo's latest funding round is Series B.

  • How much did Eo raise?

    Eo raised a total of $32.56M.

  • Who are the investors of Eo?

    Investors of Eo include UBS Securities and Spiltan Invest.

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