Sunday, May 26

Katherine In-Young Lee, an assistant professor of ethnomusicology, organized the event "Global Musics and Musical Communities," which will take place Friday and Saturday. Lee will explain the spread of samul nori, a South Korean form of percussion music. (Courtesy of Kat Zdan)
Katherine In-Young Lee, an assistant professor of ethnomusicology, organized the event "Global Musics and Musical Communities," which will take place Friday and Saturday. Lee will explain the spread of samul nori, a South Korean form of percussion music. (Courtesy of Kat Zdan)

This year's annual Latin American, Latinx and Iberian Film Festival will feature films directed by women from Spain, Latin America and Mexico. The festival was founded in 2012 by assistant adjunct professor Adrián Collado and was hosted by UCLA's Department of Spanish and Portuguese. (Courtesy of Adrián Collado)

Underrepresented Spanish-speaking women share perspectives in film festival

Immigration, sexuality and maternity will be explored from a woman’s point of view in this year’s annual Latin American, Latinx and Iberian Film Festival. Founded in 2012 by assistant adjunct professor Adrián Collado and hosted by UCLA’s Department of Spanish and Portuguese, this year’s iteration of the annual festival will run from Monday through Thursday featuring films directed by women from Spain, Latin America and Mexico. Read more...

This year's annual Latin American, Latinx and Iberian Film Festival will feature films directed by women from Spain, Latin America and Mexico. The festival was founded in 2012 by assistant adjunct professor Adrián Collado and was hosted by UCLA's Department of Spanish and Portuguese. (Courtesy of Adrián Collado)

(Courtesy of Annapurna Pictures)
(Courtesy of Annapurna Pictures)

UCLA archivists Aaron Bittel and Maureen Russell work with the UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive in Schoenberg Hall. The archive's reopening will be celebrated through the "Documenting the Sounds of Africa" symposium and concert Friday. (Eli Countryman/Daily Bruin senior staff)
UCLA archivists Aaron Bittel and Maureen Russell work with the UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive in Schoenberg Hall. The archive's reopening will be celebrated through the "Documenting the Sounds of Africa" symposium and concert Friday. (Eli Countryman/Daily Bruin senior staff)

(Zoe Vikstrom/Daily Bruin)
(Zoe Vikstrom/Daily Bruin)

Ariella Blejer and Dawn Kamoche, writers on HBO’s “Sharp Objects,” attended a panel at Royce Hall to discuss their experiences working in Hollywood. (Eli Countryman/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Ariella Blejer and Dawn Kamoche, writers on HBO’s “Sharp Objects,” attended a panel at Royce Hall to discuss their experiences working in Hollywood. (Eli Countryman/Daily Bruin senior staff)