Bovine Confusion Explored by Bill Plympton in THE COW WHO WANTED TO BE A HAMBURGER

Monday, June 14, 2010
The new Bill Plympton short THE COW WHO WANTED TO BE A HAMBURGER screens at FFF2010
The Flagstaff Film Festival is delighted to welcome the short THE COW WHO WANTED TO BE A HAMBURGER, to our roster of fantastic independent films to be screened this August 9-16 in cool and piney Flagstaff, Arizona.

Award-winning animator Bill Plympton's newest animated short, THE COW WHO WANTED TO BE A HAMBURGER is the tragic story of a bovine seduced by advertising led down the path of butchers and carnivores.

About the Flagstaff Film Festival
The mission of the Flagstaff Film Festival is simple – we want to showcase quality independent films and filmmakers without all of the pretention of big city festivals. In our first year the Flagstaff Film Festival is growing and developing new partnerships, making new friends, and exhibiting independent films from international filmmakers. There will be panel discussions, premieres, frolicking good times, and so much to take in, so come along and join us. Like we say, be there from the beginning and take part in the First Annual Flagstaff Film Festival.

About Flagstaff
Beautiful and historic Flagstaff Arizona is hosting the first Flagstaff Film Festival, and we could not be happier! Situated on classic Route 66, Flagstaff is the place to go for history, science, endless nature, and some pretty darn cool indie folks.

About the Venue
A classic town of unprecedented gorgeousness, Flagstaff Arizona has a theater that is just as perfect as the Flagstaff weather in August. The Orpheum Theater, originally constructed in 1911, boasts plentiful seating, a balcony, a full bar, and even a lounge for filmmakers to mingle with one another.

For more information, questions, and submissions, please contact us.
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