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  • 8 mins
  • 25%
  • 17+
  • United States of America FlagUSUnited States of America
  • 2005
  • Arts

Shot on location in Puget Sound, Washington, "EBE4" is an experimental film inspired by Native American dance and the U.S. government’s treatment of extraterrestrial visitors. "EBE4" was made by Dayna Hanson and Linas Phillips, creators of the feature-length experimental documentary "Walking to Werner." Co-director and dancer Dayna Hanson premiered her experimental performance film "Improvement Club" at South by Southwest 2013. Ben Kasulke is a noted cinematographer, having shot "Safety Not Guaranteed," "Your Sister's Sister," and many other films.