MAC Cinematheque presents…Oxy Creates! Media by MAC Faculty and Oxy Alums.
An innovative event series of film screenings and discussions moderated by Media Arts & Culture (MAC) faculty, MAC Cinematheque is designed to bring together the College and Los Angeles communities around a chosen topic, representational issue, or media form. For 22-23, the theme is “Oxy Creates!” the first time the series has focused solely on media produced by MAC faculty and Oxy alumni. All events take place in the Choi Auditorium and are free and open to the public, with first come, first served seating.
Zak Stoltz ’10 returns to discuss his role as leader of the visual effects team on this year’s acclaimed film Everything Everywhere All at Once, directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert. The Wrap writes, “How the visual effects for Everything Everywhere All at Once were created is just as incredible a story as anything that happens in the movie. As visual effects supervisor Zak Stoltz tells it, it was a small team of dedicated artists, who against all odds and with incredible limitations on time and money, managed to craft an unforgettable visual experience.” The screening will be followed by a Q&A with Stoltz moderated by Prof. Amanda Tasse. Note the film is rated R for sexual material, language, and violence.
Directions to campus are accessible here. Choi Auditorium and parking are noted on this campus map. For the health and welfare of all, high-quality masks (surgical, KN95, KF94, or N95) are strongly recommended in the theater.
The series is sponsored by the Media Arts & Culture Department (MAC), Institutional Advancement, Alumni and Parent Engagement, Oxy Arts, and the Oxy Film Club, with generous support from the Remsen Bird Fund and Ronald R. and Susan C. Hahn ’66 ’65.
This is a Core 99 Event