1. Poolside - Next to You (music video)


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    Music video for Poolside, off their debut album "Pacific Standard Time" Alexander Familian / Writer, Director, Producer, Edit, VFX Ben Kim / Producer Casey Stein / Cinematographer, Color Grade Tiffany Johnson / Production Design Aarica North / Animator Bek Ward / Animator Alexander Frasse / Animator Olivia Auld / Associate Producer Dennis Hu / Sound Design & Mix Stephanie Wang & Layla Benitez / Girls on the Roof Thank you to: Daniel Stiepleman, George Brooks, Tim Masek, Kirk Reed, Chase Niesner, Devin Glass Official Selection - Hollyshorts Film Festival www.alexanderfamilian.com www.caseystein.com www.cargocollective.com/aaricanorth http://poolsidemusic.com/

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    • Three Weeks in May by: Suzanne Lacy (1977)


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      Documentation of Suzanne Lacy's performance piece; Three Weeks in May, which has a forceful political imperative to bring hidden experiences of gender-based sexual violence to public attention. Suzanne Lacy will be installing "Lacy's Los Angeles Rape Map" with a daily marking of LAPD rape reports at Los Angeles Contemporary exhibitions(LACE), in Los Angeles, California on January 27th, 2012.

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      • The Sky Above by Kamau Patton


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        The Sky Above As part of The Machine Project Field Guide to L.A. Architecture, Kamau Patton engages with a series of buildings in L.A. via a chartered helicopter, while performing a sound work composed for the flight. Accompanied by a cameraman and sound engineer, the entire flight is streamed live to Machine Project’s storefront space and the web. Camera: Ian Byers-Gamber, Jimmy Fusil Editor: Ian Byers-Gamber The Machine Project Field Guide to L.A. Architecture is part of Pacific Standard Time Presents: Modern Architecture in L.A., an initiative of The Getty.

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          First Rite Fall Collection 2012 Designs by Nikki Garcia Produced by 12FPS Starring Meg Web Directed by Adam Shaening-Pokrasso Creative Director Heidi Petty Director of Photography - Tyler Gourley First AC - Brian Slaughter Stylist - Laksamee Gale Colorist - Winston Merchan Edited by Heidi Petty & Leah Devine Pokrasso Music by Arrow Lourette "Infinite Jupiter Ballroom" http://www.firstriteclothing.com http://www.12fps.com http://bicyclevoice.bandcamp.com/ Selections from 'In Watermelon Sugar' by Richard Brautigan Shot on location in Point Reyes, California

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          • Megan Geckler "Lay it down and start up", ©2011


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            Large-scale site-specific installation art installed at Creative Artists Agency 2000 Avenue of the Stars Los Angeles, CA 90067 More information at: megangeckler.com

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            • No Use For A Name - Pacific Standard Time


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              A documentary take on the music video for Pacific Standard Time, based on the stay that No Use For A Name had for their concert in Lima, Perú. Band: No Use For A Name Song: Pacific Standard Time Album: The Feel Good Record Of The Year Year: 2008 NUFAN is: - Tony Sly (Vocals/Guitar) - Matt Riddle (Bass/Vocals) - Dave Nassie (Guitar) - Rory Koff (Drums) http://myspace.com/nouseforaname Director: Gustavo de la Torre Casal Producer: Gustavo de la Torre Casal Director of Photography: Alonso García Herbozo Secondary Camera (Concert): Roberto Maceda Kohatsu Editor: Gustavo de la Torre Casal Special Thanks: - NUFAN - Gonzalo López - Estefanía Chumpitaz - Mirella Moschello - David Torres - Gabriel Simas - Lucho Hildebrandt - Punk As Fuck - Fat Wreck Chords - Hotel Exclusive - La Bistecca Pasaje 18 Producciones 2009

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              • Expanded Space


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                A video included in Expanded Screen Installation at MCASD Pacific Standard Time Phenomenal Exhibition TNT event

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                • RUTH WEISBERG : NOW AND THEN


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                  Film by Eric Minh Swenson. Music by Daedelus. This exhibition presents paintings and works on paper by one of Los Angeles' most celebrated figurative artists. "Ruth Weisberg: Now & Then" presents works from more than three decades, and includes Weisberg's most recent paintings and drawings, revealing a unique vision through which the viewer sees the convergence of art history, personal memory, and cultural experience. The exhibition reveals Weisberg's decades-long interest in re-imagining the works of such past masters as Titian, Tintoretto, Veronese, Velazquez, Blake and Corot. Through fresco-like effects in her unstretched paintings, as well as the veils of washes in her masterful lithographs, Weisberg brings past-time into contemporary context. She also extends that dialogue with artists who have had a profound influence upon her and modern art history in two paintings in this front gallery by imagining her daughter in the company of Alberto Giacometti in the 1989 painting entitled Alone, Together. Again her progeny, as surrogate for the artist herself, is seen in another work entitled Now, Then from 1990, places her daughter in Giacometti's studio, based upon actual historical photographs of its interior. Since her arrival in Los Angeles in 1969, Ruth Weisberg has been a formidable influence and mentor to decades of artists in this city and beyond. Her first major survey in Los Angeles was in 1979 at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery. She was the first artist exhibited at The Women's Building (Judy Chicago was simultaneously presented with a solo exhibition to inaugurate that venue). With more than 80 solo exhibitions and nearly 200 group exhibitions internationally, Weisberg is the first living painter to have been afforded a solo exhibition at the Norton Simon Museum of Art. Weisberg also holds that distinction at the Huntington Library and two works from that exhibition are included in "Now & Then". Ruth Weisberg's work is included in the permanent collections of over 60 museums, including the Metropolitan Museum, National Gallery ofArt in Washington, D.C., Whitney Museum of AmericanArt, Portland Art Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art,Getty Research Institute, Norton Simon Museum, Art Institute of Chicago, Detroit Institute of Arts, Biblioteque Nationale in Paris, and the Instituto Nationale per la Grafica in Rome, among many others. Among her numerous citations, Weisberg was awarded the Foundation for Jewish Culture¹s 50th Anniversary Cultural Achievement Award, 2011, the 2009 Women's Caucus Lifetime Achievement Award, 1999 College Art Association's Distinguished Teaching of Art Award, a Senior Research Fulbright combined with a visiting artist residency at the American Academy in Rome, a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar, and a Doctor of Humane Letters, honoris causa, from Hebrew Union College. She also held the distinction of being President of the College Art Association. Weisberg has written more than 60 articles, reviews and catalogue essays. She is currently a professor at USC, where she was one of the longest tenured Deans of the Roski School of Fine Arts. Directed by Eric Minh Swenson. For more info on Eric Minh Swenson or project inquiries visit his website :www.thuvanarts.com ART SERIES: www.thuvanarts.com/take1 MUSIC VIDEOS: www.thuvanarts.com/musicvideos Music by Daedelus

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                  • Welcome by THE SUNLAND DANCERS and Tara Jane ONeil


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                    Welcome is a ritual dance music blessing to be performed by Jmy James Kidd, Olive McKeon, Perin Hailey McNelis, Jillian Stein and Alexa Weir, with sound composition by Tara Jane ONeil. Version 2.2 will be performed on a hilltop with the dusty brown backdrop of downtown Los Angeles. This spot is wild and private, a secluded peak inside urban sprawl. We will meet at a location in Lincoln Heights to carpool to the hilltop, as there is street parking only. Video Producer: Emily Lacy Project Producer: Bennett Williamson 
Camera: Emily Lacy, Kurt Keppeler, and Brennan Barsell PA: Jovanna Tosello 
Editor: Ian Byers-Gamber

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