Tuesday, June 18



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SOUND BITE: "Everything's Fine"

Relationships are not perfect. They have their high and low moments. The Summer Set's album, "Everything's Fine," has arrived and is an emotional roller coaster filled with the joy and pain of falling in love. "Everything's Fine" displays the evolution of the band from one of their first albums "…In Color," on which the band made use of significant auto-tune. Read more...

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courtesy of Razor & Tie

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Midgia Chinea's short film, "anonymous (street meat)," inspired by a mortgage scam Chinea experienced during her fall quarter at UCLA in 2009, was selected as an official entry into the Cannes Short Film festival. A still from the film is pictured above.

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Grad student Midgia Chinea's film 'anonymous (street meat)' selected for Cannes Short Film festival

Constant foreclosure threats from Midgia Chinea's bank was enough to inspire her to write a script about the corruption of large banking companies. Read more...

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Midgia Chinea's short film, "anonymous (street meat)," inspired by a mortgage scam Chinea experienced during her fall quarter at UCLA in 2009, was selected as an official entry into the Cannes Short Film festival. A still from the film is pictured above.

Courtesy of Midgia Chinea

Midgia Chinea's short film, "anonymous (street meat)," inspired by a mortgage scam Chinea experienced during her fall quarter at UCLA in 2009, was selected as an official entry into the Cannes Short Film festival. A still from the film is pictured above.

	Courtesy of Midgia Chinea

A KTLA news film of a César Chávez press conference is just one of the orphan films that will screen at the eighth biennial Orphan Film Symposium.

	CREDIT:UCLA FILM & TELEVISION ARCHIVE

Billy Wilder symposium to showcase orphan films

When you hear the word "orphan," you most likely think of Annie, Oliver Twist or Harry Potter. But the UCLA Film & Television Archive sees the word as a rare film it wants to acquire. Read more...

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A KTLA news film of a César Chávez press conference is just one of the orphan films that will screen at the eighth biennial Orphan Film Symposium.

CREDIT:UCLA FILM & TELEVISION ARCHIVE

A KTLA news film of a César Chávez press conference is just one of the orphan films that will screen at the eighth biennial Orphan Film Symposium.

	CREDIT:UCLA FILM & TELEVISION ARCHIVE