Monday, February 27


The cast and crew of "The Butterfly King" accept the award for Best Picture.

Campus MovieFest awards student filmmakers

If you walked past Ackerman Grand Ballroom Thursday night, you would hear the "oohs" and "aahhs" amid the laughs and shouts of congratulations, as it was the night of Campus MovieFest's red carpet finale. Read more...

Photo: The cast and crew of "The Butterfly King" accept the award for Best Picture.

The cast and crew of "The Butterfly King" accept the award for Best Picture.




UCLA alumnus Anthony Fabian directed his first feature-length film, "Skin," which premieres in Los Angeles on Friday. The film takes place in South Africa and tells the true story of Sandra Laing, a black woman with white parents who experienced apartheid first-hand.

Alumnus’s film, ‘Skin,’ tells about South Africa apartheid experience

The apartheid in South Africa has spurred a great deal of coverage. Whether through film, news outlets or other media, it seems everyone has something to say "“ including Anthony Fabian, who is doing so with his new film, "Skin." Read more...

Photo: UCLA alumnus Anthony Fabian directed his first feature-length film, "Skin," which premieres in Los Angeles on Friday. The film takes place in South Africa and tells the true story of Sandra Laing, a black woman with white parents who experienced apartheid first-hand.

UCLA alumnus Anthony Fabian directed his first feature-length film, "Skin," which premieres in Los Angeles on Friday. The film takes place in South Africa and tells the true story of Sandra Laing, a black woman with white parents who experienced apartheid first-hand.



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