Monday, September 16

Fox Searchlight Pictures.
Fox Searchlight Pictures.

(Kristen Payne/Daily Bruin)
(Kristen Payne/Daily Bruin)

(Music Box Films)
(Music Box Films)

The UCLA Film and Television Archive will host its annual Celebration of Iranian Cinema beginning Saturday and running until May 16 at the Hammer Museum's Billy Wilder Theater. Safi Yazdanian's 2014 film "What's the Time in Your World?" will screen on May 6. 
(Courtesy of UCLA Film and Television Archive)
The UCLA Film and Television Archive will host its annual Celebration of Iranian Cinema beginning Saturday and running until May 16 at the Hammer Museum's Billy Wilder Theater. Safi Yazdanian's 2014 film "What's the Time in Your World?" will screen on May 6. 
(Courtesy of UCLA Film and Television Archive)

UCLA alumna Fabienne Maurer co-founded CUBED Productions, whose film "Exhale" was accepted to the Cannes Film Festival Short Film Competition.
(CUBED Productions)
UCLA alumna Fabienne Maurer co-founded CUBED Productions, whose film "Exhale" was accepted to the Cannes Film Festival Short Film Competition.
(CUBED Productions)

In this week's "Cross Cut," A&E columnist Eileen Li discusses the identity of Canadian cinema, from French-language films, such as "Mommy" (above), to co-productions with American filmmakers.
(Courtesy of Shayne Laverdiere/Roadside Attractions)
In this week's "Cross Cut," A&E columnist Eileen Li discusses the identity of Canadian cinema, from French-language films, such as "Mommy" (above), to co-productions with American filmmakers.
(Courtesy of Shayne Laverdiere/Roadside Attractions)

"The Duke of Burgundy," which releases this Friday at the Nuart Theater, is a prime example of European LGBT cinema conventions. This genre stands in stark contrast to American LGBT cinema. (Protagonist Pictures)
"The Duke of Burgundy," which releases this Friday at the Nuart Theater, is a prime example of European LGBT cinema conventions. This genre stands in stark contrast to American LGBT cinema. (Protagonist Pictures)


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