Tuesday, December 10

10.30.a&e.juliareichertUSEME-01

UCLA to celebrate filmmaker’s socially conscious documentaries in retrospective

Julia Reichert’s directorial debut premiered in 1971, but she said her work is just as relevant now, if not more so, than it was before. Reichert, an Emmy Award-winning and Academy Award-nominated producer and director, started her career with the first documentary of the 1970s women’s movement, “Growing Up Female.” Her subsequent films continued to explore social movements, particularly focusing on the fight against income inequality. Read more...

10.30.a&e.juliareichertUSEME-01

(Beth Dubber/Netflix)
(Beth Dubber/Netflix)

UCLA Extension student Akasha Coral (left) and second-year music composition student Jahan Raymond (right) collaborated to create “Prelude,” a short film that primarily relies on Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C-sharp Minor to emphasize the narrative. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)
UCLA Extension student Akasha Coral (left) and second-year music composition student Jahan Raymond (right) collaborated to create “Prelude,” a short film that primarily relies on Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C-sharp Minor to emphasize the narrative. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

(Courtesy of Zackery Michael)
(Courtesy of Zackery Michael)

Collaborative instructor Archie Saquilabon and dance instructor Brittnie Aguilar both aided in PNG x Body Rock: Dance Camp 2019, an event held over the weekend that aimed to balance nurturing individual style and group synchronization in beginner-level dancers. 
(Amy Dixon/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Collaborative instructor Archie Saquilabon and dance instructor Brittnie Aguilar both aided in PNG x Body Rock: Dance Camp 2019, an event held over the weekend that aimed to balance nurturing individual style and group synchronization in beginner-level dancers. 
(Amy Dixon/Daily Bruin senior staff)

"Camp Willowcreek," a comedy horror film by third-year film and television student Nora McCoy, follows two girls who befriend a forest monster making noise outside their tent, even playing cards with him. (Esther Li/Daily Bruin)
"Camp Willowcreek," a comedy horror film by third-year film and television student Nora McCoy, follows two girls who befriend a forest monster making noise outside their tent, even playing cards with him. (Esther Li/Daily Bruin)

Isaac Brickner is the director of Upside Down, a donation-based cafe in Westwood. Brickner is a missionary with Jews For Jesus, a nonprofit which owns and operates the coffee shop, which had its soft opening March 25. (Tess Horowitz/Daily Bruin)
Isaac Brickner is the director of Upside Down, a donation-based cafe in Westwood. Brickner is a missionary with Jews For Jesus, a nonprofit which owns and operates the coffee shop, which had its soft opening March 25. (Tess Horowitz/Daily Bruin)