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DN EP 113: E.T.A. – Henrik Bjerregaard Clausen

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When the collaborators at JUNK / Demoscene began work on a quick one minute animation back in 2004, a four year production cycle and two in-between shorts certainly wasn’t the plan. Director Henrik Bjerregaard Clausen joins us to discuss how the aptly named E.T.A. eventually made its way to completion, and why the extended production cycle led to a film well worth the wait.

E.T.A. Materials
Production Stills
Cockpit Environment Test

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One comment for “DN EP 113: E.T.A. – Henrik Bjerregaard Clausen”

  1. [...] but you can’t quite remember why, you’re forgiven as his previous sci-fi animation E.T.A. was lightyears from the improvised mockumentary style of Born Again in every conceivable [...]

    Posted by Born Again | Directors Notes | March 13, 2012, 7:30 pm

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