Alumnus Larry Kemp drew on his own memories of the 1960s while mixing the dialogue of “All The Way,” nominated for an Emmy Award. He added authentic sounds to newscasts and funeral scenes. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)
Alumnus Larry Kemp drew on his own memories of the 1960s while mixing the dialogue of “All The Way,” nominated for an Emmy Award. He added authentic sounds to newscasts and funeral scenes. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

Season six of “American Horror Story” mixes up its format by incorporating dramatic interviews while still delivering the classic scares from past seasons. (FX)
Season six of “American Horror Story” mixes up its format by incorporating dramatic interviews while still delivering the classic scares from past seasons. (FX)

Ellen Scott received an Academy Scholar grant for exploring cinematic representations of slavery during the Classical Age of Hollywood in her current research.(Miriam Bribiesca/Photo Editor)
Ellen Scott received an Academy Scholar grant for exploring cinematic representations of slavery during the Classical Age of Hollywood in her current research.(Miriam Bribiesca/Photo Editor)

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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...

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Alumni Adam Carr and Nathaniel Meek created a comedic web series based on working as telemarketers at the Geffen Playhouse in Westwood. One television-worthy moment was when Carr found out his workplace crush was a sex addict and already dating another worker of the call room. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)
Alumni Adam Carr and Nathaniel Meek created a comedic web series based on working as telemarketers at the Geffen Playhouse in Westwood. One television-worthy moment was when Carr found out his workplace crush was a sex addict and already dating another worker of the call room. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

Warner Bros. latest animated film "Storks" brings a modern animated update to the classic folklore of birds as baby deliverers. The family-friendly feature depicts the storks as comedic couriers for a new package delivery service. (Warner Bros.)

Movie review: ‘Storks’

For many parents, the standby answers for the awkward question kids invariably ask “Where do babies come from?” is that storks deliver them. In Warner Bros.’ newest animated movie “Storks,” the birds are no longer able to deliver babies because profits have dwindled in the baby industry and running an online package delivery service is a much more lucrative business model. Read more...

Warner Bros. latest animated film "Storks" brings a modern animated update to the classic folklore of birds as baby deliverers. The family-friendly feature depicts the storks as comedic couriers for a new package delivery service. (Warner Bros.)



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