Wednesday, September 18

Producer Jenine Pastores, writer and director Kevin J. Nguyen, alumnus Ivan Mok and producer Vu Hoang (left to right) all worked together to create "Blue Suit," a short film set in the San Gabriel Valley and centered on the representation of the LGBTQ community within the Asian American one. (Liz Ketcham/Photo editor)
Producer Jenine Pastores, writer and director Kevin J. Nguyen, alumnus Ivan Mok and producer Vu Hoang (left to right) all worked together to create "Blue Suit," a short film set in the San Gabriel Valley and centered on the representation of the LGBTQ community within the Asian American one. (Liz Ketcham/Photo editor)

Spencer Spring, a second-year English student makes music on his laptop in his own room. His single, “Bubblegum Boy” follows the experience of being lovestruck when being attracted to someone new. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin staff)
Spencer Spring, a second-year English student makes music on his laptop in his own room. His single, “Bubblegum Boy” follows the experience of being lovestruck when being attracted to someone new. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin staff)

Cole Heramb, a fourth-year ecology and evolutionary biology student, is the frontman of Dark Dazey. The musical project's Spring Sing performance will be characterized by audience participation, Heramb said. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)
Cole Heramb, a fourth-year ecology and evolutionary biology student, is the frontman of Dark Dazey. The musical project's Spring Sing performance will be characterized by audience participation, Heramb said. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)

Ben Lerchin used 3D printing technology to create works for their exhibition titled "Spatial Erratic," which is part of a series of exhibitions by graduate students. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)
Ben Lerchin used 3D printing technology to create works for their exhibition titled "Spatial Erratic," which is part of a series of exhibitions by graduate students. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

Director Gaspar Noé’s film “Climax” was released in the United States on March 1, after premiering at the Cannes Film Festival in 2018. The film follows a dance troupe's harrowing night after drinking sangria laced with LSD.
(Creative Commons photo by Olivier Strecker)
Director Gaspar Noé’s film “Climax” was released in the United States on March 1, after premiering at the Cannes Film Festival in 2018. The film follows a dance troupe's harrowing night after drinking sangria laced with LSD.
(Creative Commons photo by Olivier Strecker)

(Courtesy of A24)
(Courtesy of A24)

Flux filmmaker Calmatic directed the music video for “FUN!” by rapper Vince Staples. Shot from the perspective of Google Maps. Calmatic said the video is meant to comment on the way fans may view African Americans’ lives from the outside, but never truly experience it. (Courtesy of Calmatic)
Flux filmmaker Calmatic directed the music video for “FUN!” by rapper Vince Staples. Shot from the perspective of Google Maps. Calmatic said the video is meant to comment on the way fans may view African Americans’ lives from the outside, but never truly experience it. (Courtesy of Calmatic)