Tuesday, March 26

(Courtesy of Claudette Barius/Universal Pictures)
(Courtesy of Claudette Barius/Universal Pictures)

Director Gaspar Noé’s film “Climax” was released in the United States on March 1, after premiering at the Cannes Film Festival in 2018. The film follows a dance troupe's harrowing night after drinking sangria laced with LSD.
(Creative Commons photo by Olivier Strecker)
Director Gaspar Noé’s film “Climax” was released in the United States on March 1, after premiering at the Cannes Film Festival in 2018. The film follows a dance troupe's harrowing night after drinking sangria laced with LSD.
(Creative Commons photo by Olivier Strecker)

The 1979 L.A. Rebellion film "Your Children Come Back to You" is part of The Broad and Art + Practice's "Time is Running Out of Time: Experimental Film and Video from the L.A. Rebellion and Today." It was directed by alumna  Alile Sharon Larkin, who is part of the wave of L.A. Rebellion films.
(Courtesy of Joshua White)
The 1979 L.A. Rebellion film "Your Children Come Back to You" is part of The Broad and Art + Practice's "Time is Running Out of Time: Experimental Film and Video from the L.A. Rebellion and Today." It was directed by alumna  Alile Sharon Larkin, who is part of the wave of L.A. Rebellion films.
(Courtesy of Joshua White)

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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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Panelists at the second annual Spark Change Summit at the James Bridges Theater on Friday discussed how to make an impact in mainstream entertainment and how social justice entertainment is gaining more popularity. (Courtesy of Devon Danksy)
Panelists at the second annual Spark Change Summit at the James Bridges Theater on Friday discussed how to make an impact in mainstream entertainment and how social justice entertainment is gaining more popularity. (Courtesy of Devon Danksy)

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Movie review: ‘Captain Marvel’ introduces first female lead just in time for new Avengers era

After 11 years, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has its first leading woman – and she doesn’t disappoint. Marvel Studios has released 20 films since the 2008 debut of “Iron Man.” In that time, the series has expanded to include spy thrillers, heist movies and cosmic comedies all sprawling over the most expansive cinematic universe ever created. Read more...

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Television writer Kara Brown, writer and director Minhal Baig and screenwriter Katie Silberman spoke in Bruin Film Society’s Women in Entertainment Speaker Series, where they discussed their experiences working as women in Hollywood. (Courtesy of Juan Díaz, Bruin Film Society)
Television writer Kara Brown, writer and director Minhal Baig and screenwriter Katie Silberman spoke in Bruin Film Society’s Women in Entertainment Speaker Series, where they discussed their experiences working as women in Hollywood. (Courtesy of Juan Díaz, Bruin Film Society)


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