Erik Clausen

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Erik Clausen
Erik Clausen.jpg
Born (1942-03-07) 7 March 1942 (age 76)
Copenhagen, Denmark
Occupation Actor
Film director
Screenwriter
Years active 1978-present

Erik Clausen (born 7 March 1942) is a Danish actor, film director and screenwriter. He has directed fourteen films since 1981. His 2007 film Temporary Release was entered into the 29th Moscow International Film Festival.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Work Year Credit Notes
People Get Eaten 2015 Direction Feature
Freedom on Parole 2010 Direction Feature
Temporary Release 2007 Direction Feature
Helt vildt 2006 Voice Feature
Mit Danmark - film nr. 5 2006 Direction Documentary
Villa Paranoia 2004 Direction Feature
The Collector 2004 Harry Feature
Better Times 2004 Man TV series
Motormagasinet 2004 Bingovært TV series
The Fighter 2003 Træneren Short fiction
Break your Bounds (da) 2000 Direction Feature
Tango 1997 Direction Short fiction
Fleas Bark Too, Don't They? (da) 1996 Script Feature
Cruise Manager 1995 Appearance TV film
Carl - My Childhood Symphony 1994 Direction Feature
Fish Out of Water 1993 Direction Feature
The Great Day on the Beach 1991 Axel, Gustav Adolfs far Feature
Dirch Passer 1990 Appearance TV documentary
Kielgasten 1990 Screenplay Feature
The knight of Justice 1989 Højtalerstemme Short fiction
Me and Mama Mia 1989 Direction Feature
A Good Clown 1989 Music Documentary
Rami and Juliet 1988 Direction Feature
The Dark Side of the Moon 1986 Direction Feature
De flyvende djævle 1985 Dyrepasser Feature
In the Middle of the Night 1984 Arnold Feature
Rocking Silver (da) 1983 Direction Feature
Clausens garage 1983 Direction TV series
Felix (1982 film) (da) 1982 Direction Feature
Det usynlige pattebarn 1982 Appearance Short fiction
Tigerdukken 1982 Voice TV film
Circus Casablanca (da) 1981 Direction Feature
Fantastisk tid 1980 Appearance Documentary
Den musikalske pythonslange 1979 Direction TV film
Me and Charly 1978 Gøgler Feature
Ludvigsbakke 1978 Cirkusdirektør TV series

References[edit]

  1. ^ "29th Moscow International Film Festival (2007)". MIFF. Archived from the original on 21 April 2013. Retrieved 30 May 2013. 

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