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Flux Screening Series at the Hammer Museum ~ May 22nd

3:15 PM PDT on May 19, 2013


The Flux is a series of screenings to celebrate short films, music videos and the people who make them at the Hammer Museum in Westwood.

The May program will be on Wednesday, May 22nd and will feature tons of new work, including the L.A. premiere of David Shane's hilarious new short film, "Playdate". You'll also get to see new music videos for David Bowie, Passion Pit, Gaslamp Killer, Benjamin Biolay, and more. Special guest filmmakers in attendance will include Brian Billow, Ethan Clarke, DANIELS, Hyperbllad, Ian and Cooper, Kirsten Lepore, The Lover and David Shane.

After the screening party, there will be a special filmmaker presentation, and after that it's the after-party.

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