Friday, November 22


After working for years as a technical writer, Larry Maisner studied for three semesters at the UCLA Extension Writers' Program. "The Glorious Whore of Milan" is his third novel.

Author of “˜The Glorious Whore of Milan’ switched from technical writer to novelist after UCLA Writers’ Extension Program

When he showed a co-worker his first attempts at writing a political thriller, Larry Maisner got a piece of advice that's been embedded in his memory ever since. Read more...

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After working for years as a technical writer, Larry Maisner studied for three semesters at the UCLA Extension Writers' Program. "The Glorious Whore of Milan" is his third novel.

After working for years as a technical writer, Larry Maisner studied for three semesters at the UCLA Extension Writers' Program. "The Glorious Whore of Milan" is his third novel.





The UCLA Film & Television Archive will screen John Steinbeck's 1941 documentary "The Forgotten Village" as part of the UCLA Festival of Preservation, which takes place March 3-27 at the Billy Wilder Theater.

	Credit: UCLA FILM & TELEVISION ARCHIVE

Preserving the past through film and TV

In a Hollywood age in which some of the biggest headlines revolve around post-3D conversion and advancements in motion-capture technology, it's sometimes hard to imagine a time where sprocket holes and the millimeter width of film were the technical cornerstones of the cinematic landscape. Read more...

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The UCLA Film & Television Archive will screen John Steinbeck's 1941 documentary "The Forgotten Village" as part of the UCLA Festival of Preservation, which takes place March 3-27 at the Billy Wilder Theater.

Credit: UCLA FILM & TELEVISION ARCHIVE

The UCLA Film & Television Archive will screen John Steinbeck's 1941 documentary "The Forgotten Village" as part of the UCLA Festival of Preservation, which takes place March 3-27 at the Billy Wilder Theater.

	Credit: UCLA FILM & TELEVISION ARCHIVE