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"Hole in the Paper Sky" to Hit August Film Festivals

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Jessica Biel is one busy actress/activist/blogger! We told you about her new blog on MySpace where she made mention of a thirty minute short Hole in the Paper Sky — that she not only produced but has a role in. After waiting, quite impatiently on my part, the trailer was also finally added to her page.

The film, for those who missed it the first go around, is about a man’s experience after meeting a dog that changes his life. After seeing the trailer, the short seems to show a man’s first hand encounter with animal testing. It looks exactly as Miss Biel has described it; evocative. It also seems a pretty powerful film, especially for only being thirty minutes in length.

And now she’s announced to MySpace that it will be coming to a few festivals this August!

Where?

Hollyshorts Film Festival – August 7th in LA
Rhode Island International Film Festival – August 8th
Palm Springs International Film Festival – August 23rd

Follow the above links to go to the festival’s website for more information and to order tickets.

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