Tuesday, July 23

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Documentary brings in new narratives to spotlight black horror’s rich history

On March 4, 2018, Jordan Peele accepted the Oscar for best original screenplay. Soon after, Shudder, a streaming service dedicated to horror films, gave its own production team the green light to create “Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror.” The documentary is based on the book “Horror Noire: Blacks in American Horror Films from the 1890s to Present” by Robin R. Read more...

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Ariana Grande's recent music video for "break up with your girlfriend, i’m bored" features an almost-kiss between Grande and a female co-star. The video has come under fire with accusations of queerbaiting, an often problematic way of representing LGBTQ relationships. (Creative Commons photo by esheehanphotos via Flickr)

Second Take: Ariana Grande’s new music video walks fine line between self-love and queerbaiting

No thank u, next video. Ariana Grande recently released a troublesome new music video for “break up with your girlfriend, i’m bored” featuring the singer observing a supposed love interest with his girlfriend. Read more...

Photo: Ariana Grande's recent music video for "break up with your girlfriend, i’m bored" features an almost-kiss between Grande and a female co-star. The video has come under fire with accusations of queerbaiting, an often problematic way of representing LGBTQ relationships. (Creative Commons photo by esheehanphotos via Flickr)

Ariana Grande's recent music video for "break up with your girlfriend, i’m bored" features an almost-kiss between Grande and a female co-star. The video has come under fire with accusations of queerbaiting, an often problematic way of representing LGBTQ relationships. (Creative Commons photo by esheehanphotos via Flickr)

Actress and alumna Carol Burnett went on stage at the 76th annual Golden Globes to accept the first annual Carol Burnett Award which commends special achievement in television. Burnett said the inauguration of the award proves that television is as important a medium as film. (Courtesy of Carol Burnett)

Q&A: Alumna Carol Burnett reflects on her Golden Globe win for her work in TV

For 11 years, Carol Burnett shared the stage with two guest stars, 12 dancers and a 28-piece live orchestra. On Sunday, she took the stage alone to accept the first annual Carol Burnett Award at the 76th annual Golden Globes. Read more...

Photo: Actress and alumna Carol Burnett went on stage at the 76th annual Golden Globes to accept the first annual Carol Burnett Award which commends special achievement in television. Burnett said the inauguration of the award proves that television is as important a medium as film. (Courtesy of Carol Burnett)

Actress and alumna Carol Burnett went on stage at the 76th annual Golden Globes to accept the first annual Carol Burnett Award which commends special achievement in television. Burnett said the inauguration of the award proves that television is as important a medium as film. (Courtesy of Carol Burnett)

Asya Cook, resident director of Delta Terrace, organized the Geek Week event "A Night of Ice and Fire: a Game of Thrones Experience," where students will eat dinner while playing a "Game of Thrones"-based Mafia game. (Courtesy of Asya Cook)

The Hill to make Red Wedding from ‘Game of Thrones’ a reality during Geek Week

Students can attend a feast on the Hill reminiscent of “Game of Thrones’” Red Wedding. “A Night of Ice and Fire: a Game of Thrones Experience” will take place Wednesday in the De Neve Commons Plaza Room. Read more...

Photo: Asya Cook, resident director of Delta Terrace, organized the Geek Week event "A Night of Ice and Fire: a Game of Thrones Experience," where students will eat dinner while playing a "Game of Thrones"-based Mafia game. (Courtesy of Asya Cook)

Asya Cook, resident director of Delta Terrace, organized the Geek Week event "A Night of Ice and Fire: a Game of Thrones Experience," where students will eat dinner while playing a "Game of Thrones"-based Mafia game. (Courtesy of Asya Cook)


Ifeanyi Dike, a graduate acting student, plays Lord Angelo in the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television production of "Measure for Measure," a 17th century play written by William Shakespeare. Lord Angelo aims to rid Vienna of its brothels and perceived sexual perversion. (Courtesy of Mike Ford)

TFT production of Shakespeare play comments on society’s attitude toward women

Morality and law are questioned against the backdrop of Viennese brothels in William Shakespeare’s “Measure for Measure.” UCLA’s School of Theater, Film and Television will put on a production of the play opening Thursday at the Little Theater in Mcgowan Hall. Read more...

Photo: Ifeanyi Dike, a graduate acting student, plays Lord Angelo in the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television production of "Measure for Measure," a 17th century play written by William Shakespeare. Lord Angelo aims to rid Vienna of its brothels and perceived sexual perversion. (Courtesy of Mike Ford)

Ifeanyi Dike, a graduate acting student, plays Lord Angelo in the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television production of "Measure for Measure," a 17th century play written by William Shakespeare. Lord Angelo aims to rid Vienna of its brothels and perceived sexual perversion. (Courtesy of Mike Ford)


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