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Don Hertzfeldt Kicks Off US Tour to Premiere New Short Film


Independent animator Don Hertzfeldt has kicked off a tour of North America, which will screen several of his most famous short films and debut his latest short film “I am so proud of you.” The tour will travel to the following locations:

September 26, 2008: Santa Barbara, CA
October 3: Eugene, OR
October 4: Portland, OR
October 6: Seattle, WA
October 7: Bellingham, WA
October 18: Austin, TX
October 22: Columbia, MO
October 24: Chicago, IL
October 28: Omaha, NE
November 7: Calgary, AB
November 11: Atlanta, GA
November 13: Allentown, PA
November 15: Rochester, NY
November 19: New York, NY
November 22: Denver, CO
November 30: Los Angeles, CA

For more details and advance ticket purchase details, visit Hertzfeldt’s official web site.

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