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Kate Dollenmayer is an American actor. She debuted as lead actor in the 2002 film Funny Ha Ha by Andrew Bujalski, and also made a brief appearance in Bujalski's 2005 film "Mutual Appreciation". Dollenmayer made her first entry into the arts world in 2001, as an animator for the acclaimed dream-philosophy film Waking Life. Graduating in 2005 from the California Institute of the Arts, Dollenmayer's thesis, The Dream is Still a Dream, was exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art show TOMORROWLAND: CalArts in Moving Pictures.
- ↑ Oumano, Elena (2010-10-01). Cinema Today: A Conversation With Thirty-nine Filmmakers from Around the World. Rutgers University Press. pp. 74–. ISBN 9780813548777. http://books.google.com/books?id=vrXekgihaLYC&pg=PA74. Retrieved 5 June 2012.
- Kate Dollenmayer at the Internet Movie Database
- The Dream Is Still a Dream featured on the 2005 Showcase of the CalArts' F/V Program (QuickTime Required)
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