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Funny Ha Ha Details

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American independent filmmaker [[Performer~P370174~Andrew Bujalski~andrewbujalski]] makes his feature debut as a writer/director with the microbudgeted Funny Ha Ha. Shot on-location in Boston on 16 mm film, the movie is predominately cast with unprofessional actors engaging in realistic discourse. Main character Marnie is played by first-time actress [[Performer~P320809~Kate Dollenmayer~katedollenmayer]], a student at CalArts who previously worked on [[Performer~P99850~Richard Linklater~richardlinklater]]'s [[Feature~V237170~Waking Life~wakinglife]]. Marnie goes about her everyday life with a conflicted love for her friend Alex ([[Performer~P370543~Christian Rudder~christianrudder]]) and a dispassionate attitude toward her job as a temp office worker. While at work she meets the nervous Mitchell, played by the director. Funny Ha Ha was shown at the 2003 IFP Los Angeles Film Festival. ~ Andrea LeVasseur, Rovi

  • Release date:April 29, 2005

Awards

Awarded by
Nominee
Category
Year
Status
Independent Spirit Awards Andrew Bujalski Someone to Watch Award 2003 Winner
National Society of Film Critics Kate Dollenmayer Best Actress - Runner-up 2005 Winner

Crew

Andrew Bujalski
Director
Ethan Vogt
Producer
Andrew Bujalski
Screenwriter
Matthias Grunsky
Cinematographer
Andrew Bujalski
Editor
Morgan Faust
Associate Producer
Hagai Shaham
Associate Producer
Kyle Gilman
Sound/Sound Designer
Valery Lyman
Sound/Sound Designer
Jason Cho
Sound/Sound Designer
Myles Paige
Sound/Sound Designer
John Koczera
Sound/Sound Designer
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