Date of Birth: Aug 1, 1976
Biography: Don Hertzfeldt is an American animator, writer, and independent filmmaker. He is a two-time Academy Award nominee who is best known for the animated films World of Tomorrow, It's Such a Beautiful Day, Rejected, and World of Tomorrow Episode Two. In 2014, his work appeared on The Simpsons. (Wikipedia)
Total Credits at Criticker: 11 (Actor), 16 (Director), 16 (Writer)
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On Memory (2021) - Short Film
Don Hertzfeldt tells stories about the nature of memory, in this animated Blu-ray special feature. (imdb)
Hertzfeldt returns with another instalment of World of Tomorrow, this time focused on David Prime and his attempts to change his future.
The highly anticipated follow-up to Don Hertzfeldt's WORLD OF TOMORROW finds Emily Prime swept inside the brain of an incomplete back-up clone of her future self, who's on a mission to reboot her broken mind. Continuing the tradition of the first film, WORLD OF TOMORROW EPISODE TWO was written entirely around candid audio recordings of the director's five year old niece. (bitterfilms.com)
World of Tomorrow (2015) - Short Film
A little girl is taken on a mind-bending tour of her distant future (imdb)
Bill struggles to put together his shattered psyche, in this new feature film version of Don Hertzfeldt's animated short film trilogy. (imdb)
It's Such a Beautiful Day (2011) - Short Film
Don Hertzfeldt closes his trilogy as Bill struggles to piece together his shattering psyche. (imdb)
Wisdom Teeth (2010) - Short Film
After a wisdom tooth operation a man decides to let his friend pull out one of the stitches.
I Am So Proud of You (2008) - Short Film
Chapter 2 of the trilogy that began with "everything will be ok"; the continuing story of Bill.
Everything Will Be Ok (2006) - Short Film
A series of dark and troubling events forces Bill to reckon with the meaning of his life - or lack thereof. (imdb)
The Meaning of Life (2005) - Short Film
A short animation that spans the whole existence of life from first cell organism into sci-fi.
A "trilogy" of surreal and funny cartoons, produced exclusively to book-end the first year of The Animation Show's travelling theatrical tour. (imdb)
Rejected (2000) - Short Film
An animator's commisxioned works, rejected because of their increasingly absurd and violent tone (reflecting the animator's own progressive breakdown)... (imdb)
Billy's Balloon (1998) - Short Film
A balloon wraps itself around a young child's hand, bringing him higher and higher, much to the child's delight... but... (imdb)
Lily and Jim (1997) - Short Film
Lily and Jim are interviewed about their disastrous blind date. (imdb)
Genre (1996) - Short Film
A hapless cartoon character is dragged through a spectrum of cinematic situations by his frustrated animator. (imdb)
Ah, L'Amour (1995) - Short Film
A guy keeps getting painfully rejected (bodily harm) when he asks girls out. (imdb)