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Flux, Summer 2024

The Flux screening series brings the creative community together to celebrate outstanding short films and music videos from around the globe, with wildly inventive filmmaker presentations and performances.

The summer edition of Flux features the world premiere of The Mark On The Wall, a stunning new short film from Anderson Wright, based on the first published story by Virginia Woolf. Toronto-based Director X, known for his work with Drake, Rihanna, Rosalia, and Kendrick Lamar, visited Côte d'Ivoire with French artist Soprano to capture the joyous Facile à Danser (Easy to Dance). Filmmaker and musician Haroula Rose, whose sophomore feature film All Happy Families releases this fall, will present her meditative short Your Own Good written by Catherine Lacey and featuring Sharon Van Etten. Additionally, Bug, a tautly wound short set in a near-future South Korea, is part of the exciting sci-fi anthology A Thousand Suns, written by directors Tim Hyten and Macgregor.

The eclectic lineup of films includes comedy, dance, documentary, music, and animation and features new music videos for Acid ArabBashyDoechiiNemahsisRM, and more.

Special in-person guests include Director XTim HytenMacgregorHaroula Rose, and Anderson Wright. A courtyard after-party follows with special guest DJ Christine Mai Nguyen.


Ticketing: Admission is free. Your seat will be assigned to you when you pick up your ticket at the box office. Seats are assigned on a first come, first served basis. Box office opens one hour before the event.
Parking: Valet parking is available on Lindbrook Drive for $15 cash only. Self-parking is available under the museum. Rates are $8 for the first three hours with museum validation, and $3 for each additional 20 minutes, with a $22 daily maximum. There is an $8 flat rate after 6 p.m. on weekdays, and all day on weekends.

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All public programs are free and made possible by a major gift from an anonymous donor.
Generous support is also provided by Susan Bay Nimoy and Leonard Nimoy, the Elizabeth Bixby Janeway Foundation, the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, an anonymous donor, and all Hammer members.
Digital presentation of Hammer public programs is made possible by The Billy and Audrey L. Wilder Foundation.
Hammer public programs are presented online in partnership with the #KeepThePromise campaign—a movement promoting social justice and human rights through the arts.