*Online Premiere* Hamburger makes a personal ad for a dating service. In this new short by director Charlie Tyrell, whose previous film, “My Dead Dad’s Porno Tapes,” was one of the most acclaimed shorts of last year (Sundance, SXSW, Vimeo Staff Picks), we learn a lot about the life of our young protagonist through his unconventional voice ad, a mix of overly revealing personal information, and vague interests (“I like to think about things, like what’s in books”). The hard to classify mixture of comedy and tragedy that results in “Hamburger” arrives from its odd-fellow characterization (“I sleep about 4 hours a night, but I break it down into 2 shifts”), his bluntly told story of being abandoned as a child, and from the fact that he’s saying all of this stuff in the hopes of getting a date. Merging day-in-the life visuals, beginning in the city and ending in the desert, interspersed with shots of porcelain dolls and other tchotchkes, stop-motion animated in front of a bright yellow background, the film is an awkwardly stylish portrait of an inept but well-meaning love-seeker, a self-proclaimed romantic since he was “six or seven months old.” (5 minutes). Directed by Charlie Tyrell. Written by Charlie Tyrell & Lauren Neal. Starring Johan Stuckey and Isabel Zaw-Tun. Produced by Julie Baldassi. Director of Photography Amado Stachenfeld. Art Director Cassandra Surina. Animator Martha Grant. Edited by Michael Barker. Original Score by Colin Sigor.