Sunday, February 18

UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television alumnus Silas Howard transitioned after graduating from UCLA. He directed three episodes of "Transparent," a television show that centers on transgender characters. (Courtesy of Miranda Penn Turin)
UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television alumnus Silas Howard transitioned after graduating from UCLA. He directed three episodes of "Transparent," a television show that centers on transgender characters. (Courtesy of Miranda Penn Turin)

Alumna Carolyn Omine wrote the 2015 episode “The Simpsons: Halloween of Horror,” which was Emmy-nominated in 2016 for Outstanding Animated Program. (Courtesy of Carolyn Omine)
Alumna Carolyn Omine wrote the 2015 episode “The Simpsons: Halloween of Horror,” which was Emmy-nominated in 2016 for Outstanding Animated Program. (Courtesy of Carolyn Omine)

(Courtesy of Cherry and Martin, Los Angeles)
(Courtesy of Cherry and Martin, Los Angeles)

(Courtesy of Gage Skidmore)

Movie review: ‘Queen of Katwe’

It’s difficult to make a movie unpredictable and authentic when it’s a foreign biopic in English — especially when the plot follows a girl from a developing country with dreams too big for her village. Read more...

(Courtesy of Gage Skidmore)

(Courtesy of Synergetic)
(Courtesy of Synergetic)

UCLA Art | Sci Collective members, including Mick Lorusso, organized exhibits this summer demonstrating the importance of water sustainability in Los Angeles. (Jennifer Hu/Daily Bruin)
UCLA Art | Sci Collective members, including Mick Lorusso, organized exhibits this summer demonstrating the importance of water sustainability in Los Angeles. (Jennifer Hu/Daily Bruin)

(Courtesy of Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)

Movie review: ‘Finding Dory’

Viewers of “Finding Dory” can be as forgetful as Dory and still follow her story. There’s no need to remember what happened in Disney’s 2003 hit “Finding Nemo.” In “Finding Dory,” the adorable and heart-warming blue tang fish, Dory, goes through a series of pitfalls to find her long-lost parents. Read more...

(Courtesy of Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)