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Bachelorette, 34

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Kara, I just remembered, I met the perfect man for you He's 30, you're 30, it's perfect! The only problem is that he's Catholic and Republican, but that's nothing that can't be changed. CALL ME!

Kara's mother is obsessed with getting her daughter married. Kara, a single artist and filmmaker in San Francisco, has her doubts. Through the microcosm of her often hilarious interactions with her mom, Kara Herold's Bachelorette, 34 examines the pressure society puts on women to find "Mr. Right."

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Bachelorette, 34 premiered at the MoMA in New York City

and the International Documentary Film Festival in Amersterdam (IDFA).


Kara Herold Kara Herold is a filmmaker whose carefully crafted works examine the intersection of feminism and pop culture with wit and visual flair. She has written, directed and produced everything from short animations to award winning documentaries, and has collaborated extensively with other artists and writers, including Monica Nolan, and Andi Zeisler.

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