Friday, July 20


KINOTAR OY
Finnish director Klaus Haro comes to the James Bridges Theater on Jan. 12 for a screening of his film "Letters to Father Jacob," followed by a Q&A session moderated by Professor Arne Lunde and Professor Kendra Willson. The film has been chosen to represent Finland at this year's Academy Awards in the Best Foreign Film category.

Q&A with Klaus Haro

"Letters to Father Jacob" is a story about a pardoned ex-convict, Leila, who goes to live and work with a blind, elderly priest, Father Jacob, who helps people through letters sent to him. Read more...

Photo: KINOTAR OY Finnish director Klaus Haro comes to the James Bridges Theater on Jan. 12 for a screening of his film "Letters to Father Jacob," followed by a Q&A session moderated by Professor Arne Lunde and Professor Kendra Willson. The film has been chosen to represent Finland at this year's Academy Awards in the Best Foreign Film category.

KINOTAR OY
Finnish director Klaus Haro comes to the James Bridges Theater on Jan. 12 for a screening of his film "Letters to Father Jacob," followed by a Q&A session moderated by Professor Arne Lunde and Professor Kendra Willson. The film has been chosen to represent Finland at this year's Academy Awards in the Best Foreign Film category.

A still from Keren Cytter's exhibit, which features experimental films inspired by the absurdist genre to explore different human relationships.

Films experiment with the absurd

At just 32 years old, Israeli artist Keren Cytter's portfolio is one of impressive proportions. With more than 50 video art works, three novels and a theatrical performance under her belt, she thrives on the creative process. Read more...

Photo: A still from Keren Cytter's exhibit, which features experimental films inspired by the absurdist genre to explore different human relationships.

A still from Keren Cytter's exhibit, which features experimental films inspired by the absurdist genre to explore different human relationships.

Highly influential as America's longest-running sitcom, Fox's "The Simpsons" will be celebrating its 20th anniversary this year with a documentary by Morgan Spulock (center).

20 years of laughs, fans and unexpected success

In December of 1989, a star was born in the form of a dysfunctional, irreverent and yellow family of five. Fox's "The Simpsons," created by writer and cartoonist Matt Groening, went on to become both a prime-time success and cultural icon of sorts. Read more...

Photo: Highly influential as America's longest-running sitcom, Fox's "The Simpsons" will be celebrating its 20th anniversary this year with a documentary by Morgan Spulock (center).

Highly influential as America's longest-running sitcom, Fox's "The Simpsons" will be celebrating its 20th anniversary this year with a documentary by Morgan Spulock (center).



"The Big Bang Theory" airs Mondays at 9:30 p.m. on CBS. This is one of many shows that seeks consultants in science departments to help with the dialogue.

Professor serves as science consultant for show

While UCLA's School of Theater, Film and Television may be the first place you would look for connections to Hollywood, you might want to start looking a little further south. Read more...

Photo: "The Big Bang Theory" airs Mondays at 9:30 p.m. on CBS. This is one of many shows that seeks consultants in science departments to help with the dialogue.

"The Big Bang Theory" airs Mondays at 9:30 p.m. on CBS. This is one of many shows that seeks consultants in science departments to help with the dialogue.


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