This week [March 5 - 12, 2006] in avant garde cinema

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This week [March 5 - 12, 2006] in avant garde cinema

"Christmas Toy Lights Me" by John Porter

Billyburg Short Film Festival (Brooklyn, NY, USA; Deadline: April 01, 2006)
Antimatter Underground Film Festival (Victoria, BC, Canada; Deadline: May 31, 2006)
ARTSFEST FILM FESTIVAL (Harrisburg, PA USA; Deadline: April 07, 2006)
Cornerhouse (Manchester, UK; Deadline: March 10, 2006)
Flatland Film Festival (Lubbock, TX USA; Deadline: April 01, 2006)
Perform.Media (Bloomington, IN USA; Deadline: May 15, 2006)
Dinnerware Contemporary Arts (Tucson, AZ, USA; Deadline: March 31, 2006)
tentative (Chicago, Illinois, USA; Deadline: April 12, 2006)

Microcinema International (Houston, TX, United States; Deadline: March 31, 2006)
Victoria Erotica Film Festival (Victoria BC Canada; Deadline: March 15, 2006)
Microcinema International (Houston, TX, United States; Deadline: March 30, 2006)
Calgary ImaginASIAN 2006 Film Festival (Calgary, Alberta, Canada; Deadline: March 13, 2006)
the white space/scsi-morlock (Den Haag, the netherlands; Deadline: March 31, 2006)
Silverlake Film Fest - Lost Weekend (Los Angeles, CA USA; Deadline: March 15, 2006)
Studio 27 (San Francisco, CA USA; Deadline: March 31, 2006)
2nd piXelDANce ViDeo aRt feStiVaL (Thessaloniki, Greece; Deadline: March 20, 2006)
National Queer Arts Festival (san francisco, ca 94110; Deadline: March 15, 2006)
Cornerhouse (Manchester, UK; Deadline: March 10, 2006)
Dinnerware Contemporary Arts (Tucson, AZ, USA; Deadline: March 31, 2006)

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 * Split Pillow Showcase: Chicago360 [March 5, Chicago, Illinois]
 * Guy Debord Film Retrospective [March 5, New York, New York]
 * <I>Making History In Avante-Garde Film</I>: GuzmáN's <I>Chile</I> and
    Eisenberg's <I>Cooperation of Parts</I> [March 5, San Francisco, California]
 * Mary Ellen Bute Centennial [March 6, Brooklyn, New York]
 * Quantam Leaps [March 6, Houston, Texas]
 * In Loving Memory: the Films of Robert Todd [March 7, Portland, Oregon]
 * Grey Gardens [March 7, Reading, Pennsylvania]
 * Quantum Leaps With Astria Suparak! [March 7, Shreveport, Louisiana]
 * In Loving Memory: the Films of Robert Todd [March 8, Portland, Oregon]
 * Quantum Leaps With Astria Suparak! [March 8, Ruston, Louisiana]
 * Independent Exposure 11th Season Premiere [March 8, Seattle, Washington]
 * Quantum Leaps With Astria Suparak! [March 9, COLLEGE STATION, TX]
 * Dan Sandin: 35 Years of Electronic Art [March 9, Chicago, Illinois]
 * Free Independent, International Films At the Hirshhorn [March 9, Washington, DC]
 * Video Feedback: Astria Suparak [March 11, Houston, Texas]
 * Independent Exposure 2006 - Spring Edition [March 11, Houston, Texas]
 * Group Program- Reardon, Greene, Park, Valdez, Zedd [March 11, New York, New York]
 * This Is For La Raza [March 11, Regina, Saskatchewan]
 * Women of Color Film Festival X 2 [March 11, San Francisco, California]
 * Brecke On Darfur + Daniel On New Orleans [March 11, San Francisco, California]
 * Interiors and Exteriors: Film, video, and Installation Works By Lynn
    Marie Kirby [March 12, Chicago, Illinois]
 * Jennifer Reeves In Person With "The Time We Killed" [March 12, Los Angeles, California]
 * The Gentle But Searing visions of Soon-Mi Yoo [March 12, San Francisco, California]

Events are sorted by CITY within each DATE.


8:00pm, Chicago Filmmakers (5243 N. Clark St.)
  See March 3.

5 pm to 1 am, Chashama, NYC, 217 42d Street
  Sunday, 5 March 2006: a chronological screening of all six of Guy
  Debord's films. No subtitles. Translations and other printed materials
  available. $5 each, doors open at 4:30 pm. Chashama: 217 42d Street, at
  3rd Ave, NYC 5 pm: Hurlements en faveur de Sade, 1952 7 pm: Sur le
  Passage de Quelques Personnes, 1969 8 pm: Critique de la Separation,
  1961 9 pm: Society of the Spectacle, 1973 11 pm: Refutation de Tous les
  Jugements, 1975 midnight: In girum imus nocte et consumumir igni, 1978

7:30, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 701 Mission St
  Back in the Bay Area to take a position at UC Berkeley, longtime
  Cinematheque collaborator Jeffrey Skoller joins us to introduce two
  evenings of films discussed in his new book, Shadows, Specters, Shards:
  Making History in Avant-Garde Film. Tonight's program features two very
  different modes of excavating autobiographical and historical memory. In
  Chile, Obstinate Memory, Patricio Guzmán returns to Chile after 25 years
  to examine re-membered traces of the Allende coup and its horrific
  aftermath, while Daniel Eisenberg journeys across Europe to revisit his
  parents' experience surviving the Shoah in Cooperation of Parts. In
  both, filmmaking becomes a process of mourning and a means of tracing
  the past's continual resurfacing. Please join us for a small reception
  and book signing after the screening.


8 PM, 70 North 6th Street
  Please join Ocularis in celebrating the centennial of pioneering
  animator Mary Ellen Bute. Responsible for some of the earliest abstract
  films in America, and later one of the first artists to use
  oscilloscopes, she is also known for her collaborations with the likes
  of Norman McClaren and Leon Theremin, among others. This evening, we
  present a selection of nearly all her shorts. Teaming the formal rigor
  of Oskar Fischinger with the zip of a Merrie Melody, Bute's visual music
  is renowned for its brilliant use of color, light, and lyrical
  geometries. With an introduction by writer and historian Cecile Starr.
  Work to be screened: Synchrony, 5 min, 1932, B&W; Rhythm in Light, 3
  min, 1934, B&W; Synchrony No. 2, 6 min, 1935, B&W; Dada, 3 min, 1936,
  B&W; Parabola, 9 min, 1937, B&W; Escape, 4 min, 1937, Color; Spook
  Sport, 8 min, 1939, Color; Tarantella, 5 min, 1940, Color; Polka Graph,
  4 min, 1947, Color; Color Rhapsody, 6 min, 1948, Color; Imagination, 3
  min, 1948, Color; New Sensations in Sound, 3 min, 1949, Color;
  Abstronic, 7 min, 1952, Color. Ticket Price - $6

8:30pm doors open, 9pm screening, Aurora @ Clark's, 314 Main Street near Preston
  Guest Curator Astria Suparak - present at this screening Quantum leap, a
  physics term deriving from the mid 1900s indicating significant and
  swift advances (originally via a sudden shift in energy within an atom),
  became the title of an early 1990s American television series featuring
  a time travelling, body-swapping, do-gooder scientist. In 2005 this
  inspirational screening of new video follows suit, cataloguing heroes,
  compressing history, and hallucinating futures. Works by Daniel Barrow,
  Philippe Blanchard, Daniel Cockburn, Dearraindrop, Emily Vey Duke and
  Cooper Battersby, Jim Finn, Caroline Koebel, J. Macdonell, Marriage, Jim
  Munroe, Liz Rosenfeld, Seth Price, and Andy Puls.


7:30pm, 922 SE Ankeny Street
  twenty films since 1990. His visually stunning body of work, not easily
  defined or categorized, comes from a deeply personal place, which is
  quiet, thoughtful, and curious. Cinema Project is excited to have Robert
  Todd in attendance to present three of his films that look at the
  personal, political, and social ways in which we choose to live. Todd's
  most recent film, In Loving Memory uses the common ground of our own
  mortality as its starting point to explore sovereignty of life and
  criminal justice in the US. Using narration, dramatic re-enactments, and
  footage shot at maximum-security penitentiaries across the United
  States, the film provides a glimpse into the lives of the many men and
  women who are living out their last days on death row. Wait [2000, 16mm,
  color, sound, 8 min]; Evergreen [2005, 16mm, color, sound, 15 min]; In
  Loving Memory [2005, 16mm, color, sound, 47 min]

7:30 p.m., Albright College Center for the Arts
  Grey Gardens (1976, 94 min.) by DAVID & ALBERT MAYSLES, ELLEN HOVDE,
  MUFFIE MYER, SUSAN FROEMKE. The classic, "direct cinema", documentary
  shot by the Maysles brothers (Salesman; Gimme Shelter) that presents:
  the "unbelievable but true story of Mrs. Edith Bouvier Beale and her
  daughter Edie, the aunt and first cousin of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.
  Mother and daughter live in a world of their own behind the towering
  privets that surround their decaying 28-room East Hampton mansion known
  as 'Grey Gardens,' a place so far gone that the local authorities once
  threatened to evict them for violating building and sanitation codes….
  'Little Edie' was an aspiring actress of striking beauty who put her New
  York life on hold to care for her mother- and never left her side again.
  Together they descended into a strange life of dependence and
  eccentricity that no one had ever shared until the Maysles arrived with
  their camera and tape recorder."- Marjorie Sweeney

8pm, 846 Texas Avenue
  QUANTUM LEAPS catalogues heroes, compresses history, and hallucinates
  futures. We are in a hyperdated time populated by minor celebrity
  comebacks and movie remakes, soundtracked by mash-ups and remixes, and
  backdropped by vintage/old school/retro simulacra. Artists now are as
  inspired by history they weren't quite conscious for as by their lived
  experiences. Here it is possible to amalgamate eras, to break out of
  social and gender constraints, and to cobble together a fantasy lineage.
  Many of the artists bypass ineffectual adoration for social edification.
  Videos by: Daniel Barrow, Philippe Blanchard, Dearraindrop, Emily Vey
  Duke and Cooper Battersby, Jim Finn, Caroline Koebel, J. Macdonell, Jim
  Munroe, Liz Rosenfeld, Seth Price, Andy Puls. Posters and Magazines by:
  Celebrate People's History, Lady Scientist, LTTR. -Curated by: Astria


7:30pm, 922 SE Ankeny Street
  Repeat of Tuesday's Program.

8pm, Lewis', in downtown.
  See March 7, Minicine? (Shreveport) for details.

7pm & 9pm, Central Cinema - 1411 21st Avenue
  A collection of diverse and encouraging short films and videos from
  around the world that kick off the ELEVENTH season of Independent
  Exposure! 1. Epic Drag directed by Dave Griffiths United Kingdom,
  Video/Film Art, 2005, Video, B&W, Magnetic Stereo, 00:01:00 2. Man
  directed by Annika Glac Australia, Documentary, Narrative, 2004, 35mm,
  Color, Magnetic Stereo, 00:05:30 3. Marvelous, Keen Loony Bin directed
  by Lizzi Akana United States, Animation, 2005, Animation, Color,
  Magnetic Stereo, 00:05:37 4. Chronic directed by Joe Kelly Canada,
  Experimental, Avant-Garde, 2003, 16mm, B&W, Optical, 00:03:30 5. A Very
  Small Guardrail directed by Andrew Evashchen United States, Documentary,
  Avant-Garde, 2005, DV, Color, Magnetic Stereo, 00:06:01 6.
  Communications Factory directed by Jennifer Sachs United States,
  Animation, Narrative, 2004, hand-drawn animation, digital compositing,
  Color, Magnetic Stereo, 00:06:30 7. Option of War, The directed by Nick
  Fox-Gieg United States, Animation, Political / Social, 2005, Color,
  Magnetic Stereo, 00:06:30 8. Schindler's Lift directed by Boris Despodov
  Bulgaria, Documentary, Documentary, 2004, DV, Color, Magnetic Stereo,
  00:04:30 9. traces directed by Claudia Leger United States, Narrative,
  Narrative, 2005, 16mm, Color, Magnetic Stereo, 00:05:00 10. Love Is
  directed by Dave Schlafman United States, Animation, 2004, Animation,
  Color, Magnetic Stereo, 00:03:17 11. Silver Seeds directed by Kimberly
  Collmer United States, Animation, Avant-Garde, 2004, DV, Color, Magnetic
  Stereo, 00:09:13 12. Torsten Kretchzmar: Entschlossenheit directed by
  Steffen Frech United States, Music Video, Music, 2003, DV, Color,
  Magnetic Stereo, 00:04:04


7pm, Rudder Hall 302
  See March 7, Minicine? (Shreveport) for details.

6:00 p.m., 164 N. State St.
  Chicago artist Dan Sandin is one of the leading figures in the history
  of image-based electronic art. With the development of the Sandin Image
  Processor (I.P.), the University of Illinois' Electronic Visualization
  Lab (EVL), and CAVE virtual reality theater, Sandin has played a role in
  the growth of video art, interactive video, immersive electronic
  environments, video game technologies, virtual reality, and the open
  source movement. And, much of his work has played a defining role in the
  aesthetics of digital art today—from realtime video manipulation to
  Hollywood special effects. Tonight Sandin will lead us on a whirlwind
  tour of his career in a multimedia show featuring rare tapes from his
  earliest days with video and examples of his most recent work. Dan
  Sandin, 1969-2006, USA, 60 min. Various formats. Tonight's show is part
  of [FRAY], a three-part mini series and conference. For more info, visit

8pm, Independence Avenue at Seventh Street SW
  DOCUMENTARIES Programs begin at 12 noon unless otherwise noted. Ring
  Auditorium. Chosen Few: El Documental, 2005 March 9, 2006 at 8 pm
  Reggaeton is a dance groove fusion of Spanish-language, reggae and
  hip-hop. This documentary material, collected between 2003 and 2005 by
  "hurban" (Hispanic urban) music producer Manuel Alejandro Ruis (a.k.a.
  Boy Wonder) and Cynthia Colon, features performance and interview
  footage with past and present Reggaeton DJs and performers, including
  Daddy Yankee, Tego Calderon, Nicky Jam, Zion y Lennox, Tempo, and
  others. INDEPENDENTS Unless otherwise noted, programs begin at 8 pm, run
  approximately 80 minutes and are held in the Ring Auditorium. 13 Lakes,
  2004 March 23, 2006 at 8 pm March 24, 2006 at 8 pm 13 Lakes is a
  meditative experiment on the patience of gaze, the rapture of natural
  vistas, and literal as well as figurative reflection. Master avant-garde
  filmmaker James Benning traveled all around the U.S. to find the
  "perfect spot" to place his camera (at the foot of a series of lakes)
  and then recorded whatever happened for ten minutes. This work presents
  the entirety of each carefully framed shot in real time. Presented in
  conjunction with the Environmental Film Festival; runs 133 minutes. The
  Water Magician, 1933 March 30, 2006 at 8 pm Hiroshi Sugimoto will
  perform as benshi, narrating the beginning and epilogue of Kenji
  Mizoguchi's masterwork of early Japanese cinema. The silent film will
  also be accompanied by shamisen music performed by Kenta Nagai. A
  discussion follows the performance. This film is part of Hirshhorn After
  Hours. Film courtesy of the collection of the National Museum of Modern
  Art, Tokyo. Consolation Service (Lohdutsseremonia), 1999 and Love is a
  Treasure (Rakkaus on aarre), 2003 April 20, 2006 at 8 pm April 21, 2006
  at 8 pm These two cinematic works by Finnish artist Eija-Liisa Ahtila
  present a woman's point of view. Consolation Service examines a divorce
  by relating a young wife's feelings through experimental film techniques
  that blend reality and fantasy. Love is a Treasure consists of portraits
  of five women who discuss life-altering moments. Jonas Mekas Primer May
  4, 2006 at 8 pm May 5, 2006 at 8 pm Program I, May 4: Mekas's early film
  diaries capture the emerging experimental film scene, including Walden,
  1964-69, and Happy Birthday, John, 1999, drawn from footage of the 1972
  celebration of John Lennon's birthday and the opening of his and Yoko
  Ono's Fluxus show at the Everson Museum in Syracuse, New York. Program
  II, May 5: Reminiscense of a Journey to Lithuania, 1972, Mekas's
  landmark diary film; runs 180 minutes (Meet the Artist May 11).


12pm-3pm, Aurora Picture Show, 800 Aurora Street
  Do you want your video art critiqued but can't afford the high price of
  graduate school? Join Aurora for our FREE inaugural video review series
  Video Feedback with visiting film and video curators and artists. First
  up is Astria Suparak, a roving one woman powerhouse of independent film
  and video curation.

8 pm, Axiom Theatre, 2524 McKinney
  For eleven years now Microcinema International has been providing
  audiences from around the world with an eclectic array of international
  shorts through their touring festival, Independent Exposure. Independent
  Exposure 2006 – Spring Edition brings together shorts from the United
  States, the United Kingdom, Australia, South Korea, Belgium and
  Singapore. 1. Untitled directed by Rachel Mikulsky United States,
  Animation, 2004, Digital Video, B&W/Color, Magnetic Stereo, 00:02:23 2.
  Let Go Aviary directed by Sookoon Ang Singapore, Video/Film Art,
  Ambient, 2004, Digital Video, B&W, Dolby A, 00:03:21 3. Wrong Place
  Wrong Time directed by John Haptas United States, Documentary,
  Documentary, 1987, 16mm, Color, Magnetic Stereo, 00:10:00 4. Hide & Seek
  directed by Charlie Canfield United States, Animation, Music, 2005,
  Color, Other, 00:02:00 5. Look and Say directed by Nicolas Nikolov
  Belgium, Video/Film Art, Alternative, 2005, Digital Video, Color, Dolby
  Digital, 00:10:00 6. Moment, The directed by Minyong Jang Korea (South),
  Experimental, 0, 16mm, B&W, Silent, 00:05:00 7. How To Disappear
  Completely directed by Steve Piper United Kingdom, Narrative, 2004,
  Color, 00:08:00 8. Rain directed by Rebecca Ruige Xu United States,
  Animation, Art / Artist, 2005, Computer Animation, Color, Magnetic
  Stereo, 00:03:34 9. Rocco Never Dies directed by Federico Solmi United
  States, Animation, Erotic, 2004, Digital Video, B&W/Color, Magnetic
  Stereo, 00:03:00 10. Mrs. Paruzel directed by Annika Glac Australia,
  Narrative, Narrative, 2004, 35mm, Color, Magnetic Stereo, 00:12:28

8pm Saturday Evening, 66 East 4th Street (Between Bowery & 2nd Avenue)
  show of mostly emerging filmmakers, many of whom are active participants
  in the Millennium Film Workshop's ongoing INVISIBLE FILM SERIES. This
  program comments on the present political climate in the United States.
  Included in the show are works by the following filmmakers, A TERRORIST
  min.-2005) and 911, Part 2 (10 min.-2002) by ROBERT GREENE, RESIST (18.5
  min.-2005) and DOC SOLARIS: MAN OF THE FUTURE (9.5 min.-2005) by MICHAEL
  LICE AND MEN (28 min.-2005) by NICK ZEDD. "The program tackles such
  subjects as consumer indifference, violations of the constitution, the
  role of conspiracy in terrorism, the ongoing nuclear energy dilemma and
  media manipulation all presented in the entertaing fashion we have come
  to expect of the INVISIBLE FILM SERIES in styles ranging from high art
  to documentary to outright comic strip to totally transgressive, styles
  we've come to expect of both the Millennium and THE INVISIBLE FILM
  SERIES."- Michael Park, guest programmer.

8:30PM, 275 Capp Street
  Orale!! Here's a brown and proud program of films about the Latino
  experience in the US. The program opens with the documentary
  "Decision at Delano"(1967), which portrays Cesar Chavez at a
  crucial moment in the farmworkers' struggle. ""Latino: A Cultural
  Conflict"(1971), shot on the streets of San Francisco's Mission District
  over 35 years ago by Brian Lewis follows teenage Mauricio's alienation
  in the Anglo community while teenage "Guy" (date unknown) is a
  self-reflexive look at the price of discrimination and colonization in
  East L.A. "Calle Chula" (1998) is a portrait of 15-year old
  Calle, a mixed Salvadoran and Ohlone girl, Calle, who travels through
  the Mission District of her and her peoples' memories. "The Mexican
  American Speaks: Heritage in Bronze" (1972) is Encyclopedia
  Britanica's ambitious group portrait of la raza. This program includes
  border tech music, lowrider car clips, rare Mexican home movies from the
  1940s and in person appearances by two from the
  Latino Film+Video) stable, filmmakers Veronica Majano and Jesse Lerner.

7:00 and 9:00, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 701 Mission St
  Cinematheque is honored to host the Women of Color Film Festival for a
  second year with two shows. WOCFF provides a welcome forum for both
  emerging and established artists from one of the most creative but
  underrepresented sectors of the film community. The 7 o'clock program
  "seeking same" revisits the conundrum of displacement, from the distant
  mountains that divide Korea to an emotional homecoming in the
  Philippines. These filmmakers, including Soon-Mi Yoo, Tina Bartolome,
  Kristina Cervantes-Yoshida, and Isabella La Rocca, attempt to piece
  together missing parts and re-envision universal cycles of beginnings
  and endings. At 9 o'clock, in "tempest tossed," local and international
  filmmakers including Marianne M. Kim, Tamara Rahman, Sonali, and Lauren
  Woods uncover their inner frustrations, taking on burdens in
  unexpectedly transformative, sometimes tantrum-like ways. From
  conflicting identities to unsettling ambiguities, we pay homage to the
  fluidity of circumstances that both separate and intertwine us in the
  search for self. WOCFF opens at the Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley,
  March 2-5. For full information:

8:30pm, 992 Valencia Street
  In this benefit for Doctors Without Borders, we will enjoy an audience
  with two globe-trotting troopers who have risked life and lens to
  capture images from the sites of two recent (and ongoing) human
  disasters. Mark Brecke presents his They Turned Our Desert Into Fire,
  which details his Washington, DC photo tour to expose the genocide in
  Sudan. Supporting this lively look at a photog’s quest for
  political education is Phil Cox’ frontline doc Darfur’s Dirty
  War. Opening the evening is our favorite roving reporter, Bill Daniel,
  with shocking visual testimony on the apocalyptic post-Katrina
  conditions in New Orleans’ Ninth Ward. Special admission:

SUNDAY, MARCH 12, 2006

7:00pm, Chicago Filmmakers (5243 N. Clark St.)
  Lynn Marie Kirby in Person! For more than 25 years San Francisco-based
  artist Lynn Marie Kirby has been exploring the personal and political
  through domestic spaces, family life and relationships, interior and
  exterior "landscapes." She has used a wide variety of
  technologies and media, including 16mm film, Hi 8 video, digital video
  tools and scanning, sound and installation. Tonight's program will
  include a sampling across her career and across different media. The
  program will include her film, Three Domestic Interiors (1993); the
  video, Paris and Athens, June (1994), the digital experiments of Photons
  in Paris (1997- 2001) and Study in Choreography for Camera Remote (2002)
  as well as selections from her film to digital series Latent Light
  Excavations (ongoing). She will also present a slide presentation and
  discussion of some of her installation work. Jytte Jensen from the
  Museum of Modern Art writes that Kirby's work is full of
  "astonishing beauty and vibrancy."

7:00 pm, Egyptian Theatre, 6712 Hollywood Blvd.
  THE TIME WE KILLED (2004, 94 minutes) portrays the inner life of a
  writer unable to leave her New York apartment on the brink of the US
  invasion of Iraq. Robyn Taylor tries to kick her growing agoraphobia by
  re-imagining her past and contemplating world events of the present.
  Documentary material, scripted and improvised scenes are interwoven to
  create this beautiful and impressionistic film of true fiction.

7:30, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 701 Mission St
  Korean artist Soon-Mi Yoo kicks off our new series exploring personal
  and experimental filmmaking emerging from or engaging with the Pacific
  Rim. Combining aesthetic grace with emotional intensity, the personal
  with the political, her experimental videos explore Korea's lesser known
  peripheral histories. Thus ssitkim: talking to the dead is a moving
  essay on grieving and the little known role of 320,000 Korean soldiers
  who fought in Vietnam for the United States and carried out mass
  civilian killings. ISAHN uses the stereoscopes placed on North Korean
  border—where exiled North Koreans can look back at state approved
  photographs of "home"—to dwell on the difficulties of displacement and
  the pain of being separated across borders. Also screening: faith, the
  new supplements, and a work-in-progress.

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