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Don Hertzfeldt

Film/Video

It's such a beautiful day images courtesy of the artist

Don Hertzfeldt

Visiting Filmmakers

Rising stars and acclaimed masters come to screen their films and talk with Wexner Center audiences.

Wed, Feb 22, 2012 7 PM

Award-winning animator Don Hertzfeldt makes his first trip to the Wexner Center to introduce a program of his one-of-a-kind shorts (in new 35mm prints!).

Among the featured works is It’s such a beautiful day (2011), the last in a trilogy that also includes Everything will be OK (2006) and I am so proud of you (2008). Hertzfeldt’s body of work has inspired nothing short of a cult following, attracted to his often dark sense of humor and traditional approaches to animation. Hertzfeldt also created The Animation Show with Beavis and Butt-head creator Mike Judge in 2003. (program app. 90 mins., 35mm)

Join us before the film for a drink in the café lobby. A cash bar, serving beer and wine, will be available starting at 6 PM to enhance your pre-film discussions.

Please note special prices.

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