*Tuesday, 4/4, 5:30 pm, FILM SCREENING of 1984 *at Community Media Access
Collaborative (CMAC): 1555 Van Ness, in Downtown Fresno

*Tuesday, April 4*, 7:30 pm, in UBC 191 (Peters Building): Dr. Keith
Watenpaugh from the University of California, Davis, will give a talk on*
“The Drowned, The Saved, and the Forgotten: Genocide and the Foundations of
Modern Humanitarianism.”* The talk will begin at 7:30PM in the University
Business Center, Room 191 auditorium. There will be a reception and a book
signing in the University Business Center Gallery from 7-7:30PM. See
attached flyer.

*Wednesday, 4/5, 5:30 pm, Nikiko Masumoto performing What We Could Carry,
Henry Madden Library*

This one-woman show is developed and performed by Nikiko Masumoto, a Del
Rey peach farmer, public arts performer and a member of the College of Arts
and Humanities Advisory Board. Masumoto performed an excerpt of What We
Could Carry at the White House in December, as part of a panel speaking
about the future of food.

RSVP here: eRsvp form
using “LIBCARRY”
for this performance, as space is limited.

*Friday, 4/7, **5:30 p.m. Peter’s Education Center Auditorium west of Save
Mart Center in the Student Recreation Center Building): Film
Screening of **Lost
Birds (2015)*

Discussant: Ela Alyamac & Aren Perdeci (Co-Directors)

The Co-Directors are traveling from Istanbul Turkey to discuss their film.

*Lost Birds* presents a historical tragedy that takes place in 1915, from
the point of view of two children. The story is about Bedo, played by
(Heros Agopyan) and Maryam, played by (Dila Uluca), whose beautiful, warm,
and happy lives in Anatolia comes to an end when their grandfather played
by ( Sarkis Acemoglu) is taken away by soldiers. Out of extreme fear, their
mother, played by (Takuhi Bahar), forbid the children to go outside, but
being children, they sneak out to their favorite spot to play, only to come
back to an empty home and an empty village. Their fear takes over, and with
their bird that they had saved, they embark on a journey toward Aleppo to
find their mother, and their fellow villagers. This beautiful film made by
an Armenian and a Turkish filmmaker with passion is a cinematographic
beauty to watch. *Lost Birds* *is the first film made in Turkey to depict
the 1915 Armenian genocide.* In Turkish and Armenian with English
subtitles, 90 minutes

All films screened on campus are free and open to the public. Parking is
not enforced after 4 p.m. on Fridays.