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Lightbox: Interview with Glen Keane on the making of ‘Duet’

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In our latest episode of Lightbox Glen Keane talks to Skwigly’s Julia Young about his new project Duet at this year’s Encounters Festival in Bristol.

Keane, whose character work at Disney includes Pocahontas, Aladdin, Tarzan, Ariel from The Little Mermaid and the Beast from Beauty and the Beast, discusses how he came to be involved with Google ATAP’s ‘Spotlight Stories’ after leaving Disney in 2012. Duet, which serves both as an Annie-nomination/Oscar-longlisted short film and an interactive experience for portable devices, was released for Motorola Moto X in November with a wider, cross-platform released planned for early 2015.

Keep your eyes on Skwigly for a special, extended version of the interview soon. To learn more in the meantime you can follow the links below for our two-part interview series:

An Interview with Glen Keane – Part 1

An Interview with Glen Keane – Part 2

Produced, presented and edited by Ben Mitchell
Interview conducted by Julia Young
Cameras: Ben Mitchell, Laura-Beth Cowley

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