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1975 - Henry Mayo Newhall (Memorial) Hospital opens with 100 beds [story]
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The annual CalArts School of Film/Video Showcase celebrates the culmination of student work from the past academic year, presenting a juried selection of special screenings from the School of Film/Video’s four programs: Character Animation, Experimental Animation, Film Directing and Program in Film/Video.

Several of the screenings take place at REDCAT in downtown Los Angeles this week and are free and open to the public (although reservations are required).

Reserve tickets by calling the REDCAT box office directly at 213-237-2800.

The showcase got underway Tuesday night with screenings of the following productions:
* “This Film” by Brin Gordon
* “Heatstroke” by Emily Malone
* “Bad Habits” by Daisy Gallaher
* “Dumpling” by Siti Lu
* “The Place I Call Home” by Yannan Huang
* “Ai Can” by Mengxi Yang
* “Since We Belong” by Yuchen Zhou
* “Abejita” by Jeanette Fantone
* “DOSIRAK” by Kailen Haeun Yoo
* “Unitats de Xoc II” by Tuixen Benet
* “In the Woods” by Matt Herring
* “Staring at the Sun” by Bea Vischer
* “Moon Moon Goes to the Moon” by Fernanda Haiabe

From the Film Directing program (Thursday, May 9, 8 p.m).:
* “Watermarks” by Sara Suarez
* “Valeria’s Husband” by Nicolas Savignano
* “Foul” by Inka Rusi
* “Another Great Night” by Xuege Cai
* “Canary in the Data Mine” by Jake Sheppard
* “What We Don’t Say” by Esther Zeilig
* “Music for Hospitals” by Irene Gil Ramon
* “In a Night So Dark” by Shahin Gorgani
* “Color My Fortune” by Andrew Gilchrist
* “Paper Castle” by Chenliang Zhu
* “Mother, Flower” by Eunhye Hong Kim

From the Experimental Animation program (Friday, May 10, 8 p.m.):
* “Sophie” by Anna Cangellaris
* “Medium Rare” by Luca Cioci
* “Sparky” by Dian Liang
* “Where I was Born” by Jungmin Cha
* “Hedge” by Amanda Bonaiuto
* “Saw/Ate Sad Bird” by Lauren Flinner
* “Winners Bitch” by Sam Gurry
* “Driftless” by Jonah Primiano
* “Queenie and the All or Nothing Thin King” by Benni Quintero
* “Mold” by Sujin Kim
* “I Made You This” by Zach Dorn
* “Duet” by Jeanette Fantone
* “Las del Diente” by Ana Perez Lopez
“S.M.I.L.E.” by Isabel Higgens
* “Part 1: Stonehenge” by Brin Gordon
* “Melvin” by Kate Renshaw-Lewis

From the Program in Film/Video program (Saturday, May 11, 7 p.m.):
* “X” by Onyou Oh
* “Space Etude, No. 1” by Jacii Chun
* “Melon” by Elizabeth Liang
* “All of Mama’s Children” by Hayat Hyatt
* “Alejandro & Miguel” by Joie Horwitz
* “Turbine Angel” by Ross Constable
* “Nepantla” by Zaina Bseiso/Luis Gutierrez Arias
* “Mati 23/7” by Antigoni Kapaka
* “Damascus Gate” by Elisheva Engel
* “Fossil Falls” by Ekaterina Selenkina
* “Between the Eyes 2” by Heehyun Choi
* “Further from the Shoreline by Alicia Maye
* “Dancing Variations” by Joo Young (Judy) Kim
* “Darling Angel” by Nikita Shokhov
* “My Selves Dissolving” by Danielle Wakin
* “Homage to Jeanne d’Arc” by Lucy Kerr

The School of Film/Video’s academic year ends with the annual Bijou Festival, running from May 13-17 in CalArts Bijou Theater, presenting works from all programs for the entire CalArts community.

— By Elizabeth Liang

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