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Movie Review: ‘Much Ado About Nothing’

Twelve days of shooting. One house for a set. A filmmaker starting to make a big splash in the cinematic community. One of the most popular Shakespearean comedies. “Much Ado About Nothing” has all the makings of a good comedy: high wit, slapstick, jokes of all kinds and of course, the traditional wedding finale. Read more...

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After five years, Stars will return to the stages of this year’s Coachella Music Festival, playing classic hits as well as songs from their new album, “The North.” Daily Bruin’s Jacob Klein spoke with Stars’ drummer Pat McGee about the upcoming festival, the Stars’ new album and the inspiration for it.
After five years, Stars will return to the stages of this year’s Coachella Music Festival, playing classic hits as well as songs from their new album, “The North.” Daily Bruin’s Jacob Klein spoke with Stars’ drummer Pat McGee about the upcoming festival, the Stars’ new album and the inspiration for it.

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Ella Franklin, alumna of the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, premiered her film “To The Bone” at the 2013 Slamdance Film Festival in January. The movie tells the story of a young migrant worker who rebels against her circumstances.
Ella Franklin, alumna of the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, premiered her film “To The Bone” at the 2013 Slamdance Film Festival in January. The movie tells the story of a young migrant worker who rebels against her circumstances.

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Midseason TV Reviews

It’s the beginning of the year, and the beginning of a brand new quarter and new classes to procrastinate for. As the days and nights remain chilly, it’s time to bundle up under a blanket and flip on the television as new episodes begin to air. Read more...

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Olivier award-winning actress Kathryn Hunter (left) and director Helena Kaut-Howson (right), members of the Royal Shakespeare Company, come to UCLA for a workshop performance of "Exploding Lear."
Olivier award-winning actress Kathryn Hunter (left) and director Helena Kaut-Howson (right), members of the Royal Shakespeare Company, come to UCLA for a workshop performance of "Exploding Lear."