Monday, October 15

This year’s filmmakers include fourth-year film, television and digital media student Neil Paik, who was chosen for his film “The Doctor of Bagram” about a trauma surgeon serving in Afghanistan who comes face to face with the realities of war, including the Afghan people affected by violence.

UCLA’s Shorttakes festival screens student films

In recent years, it seems as if movies are getting longer and longer, making some difficult to sit through. The Shorttakes Film Festival has just the solution – a selection of short films that are light on length and heavy on content. Read more...

Photo: This year’s filmmakers include fourth-year film, television and digital media student Neil Paik, who was chosen for his film “The Doctor of Bagram” about a trauma surgeon serving in Afghanistan who comes face to face with the realities of war, including the Afghan people affected by violence.

This year’s filmmakers include fourth-year film, television and digital media student Neil Paik, who was chosen for his film “The Doctor of Bagram” about a trauma surgeon serving in Afghanistan who comes face to face with the realities of war, including the Afghan people affected by violence.

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Movie Review: ‘Graceland’

A father comes to pick up his daughter and her friend from school on what appears to be a normal day in the Philippines. But the activity is the first event in a string of unforeseen situations that will shape the days ahead. Read more...

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Hill event combines art, sustainability

Even after Earth Day, the spirit of being ecologically friendly remains alive at UCLA as students prepare to showcase acoustic music and sustainability-inspired artwork.  Tonight, students will have the opportunity to continue learning more about sustainability while enjoying art and music as part of the Unplugged event taking place in De Neve Plaza. Read more...

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UCLA alumna Michelle Farivar (left) stars in “Virginity,” a film written and directed by Saeed Khoze. Farivar plays Raha, an Iranian woman who will face the threat of death if she goes against her arranged marriage.

‘Virginity’ explores human rights controversies surrounding women

June 2012 was an especially busy time for UCLA alumna Michelle Farivar, who had a lot more on her mind than preparing to don a cap and gown. Read more...

Photo: UCLA alumna Michelle Farivar (left) stars in “Virginity,” a film written and directed by Saeed Khoze. Farivar plays Raha, an Iranian woman who will face the threat of death if she goes against her arranged marriage.

UCLA alumna Michelle Farivar (left) stars in “Virginity,” a film written and directed by Saeed Khoze. Farivar plays Raha, an Iranian woman who will face the threat of death if she goes against her arranged marriage.


Second-year psychology student Luis Ruiz (left), fourth-year anthropology student John Cody Fasano (center) and fourth-year physiological sciences student Olivia Marik-Reis (right) rehearse for Shakespeare at UCLA’s upcoming rendition of “King Lear.”

Shakespeare at UCLA takes the stage with ‘King Lear’

Each evening this week, a group of students dressed in Elizabethan garb will practice sword fights and rehearse their lines. In addition to gearing up for finals, these students have Shakespeare on the brain. Read more...

Photo: Second-year psychology student Luis Ruiz (left), fourth-year anthropology student John Cody Fasano (center) and fourth-year physiological sciences student Olivia Marik-Reis (right) rehearse for Shakespeare at UCLA’s upcoming rendition of “King Lear.”

Second-year psychology student Luis Ruiz (left), fourth-year anthropology student John Cody Fasano (center) and fourth-year physiological sciences student Olivia Marik-Reis (right) rehearse for Shakespeare at UCLA’s upcoming rendition of “King Lear.”



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