Tuesday, January 23



The highs and lows of Fall TV shows, from Monday’s “Accidentally on Purpose” to Friday’s “Brothers”

Expression: The Paul Dano Conversation May 3, 2010 "“ Paul Dano is a young actor who has had a wild career: He's worked with Paul Thomas Anderson, Spike Jonze and a slew of other respectable artists in the film industry. And he's as old as a young graduate student. Kevin Seo shares his thoughts about Dano's career, and also spoke to the actor himself about it via phone. [3:58] "Expression: The Paul Dano Conversation"

Fall is upon us, and so is the season's new batch of TV shows. Read more...


Paul Wernick, who graduated from UCLA with a degree in political science, co-wrote the screenplay for the upcoming film "Zombieland." He also co-created two TV shows that aired on Spike TV.

Alumnus moves from TV to film

It's not uncommon for UCLA graduates to end up having successful careers. Alumnus Paul Wernick is no exception, especially with the upcoming release of his feature film "Zombieland." Read more...

Photo: Paul Wernick, who graduated from UCLA with a degree in political science, co-wrote the screenplay for the upcoming film "Zombieland." He also co-created two TV shows that aired on Spike TV.

Paul Wernick, who graduated from UCLA with a degree in political science, co-wrote the screenplay for the upcoming film "Zombieland." He also co-created two TV shows that aired on Spike TV.

"Disgrace"
Steve Jacobs
fortissimo films

Screen Scene: Disgrace

Profoundly disturbing yet compelling, "Disgrace" unabashedly confronts a vast array of controversies and taboos. Its intensity derives from the film's desire to be deeply affecting. The film is successful in evoking a myriad of emotions; however, the intensity and its lack of a concentrated focus may prevent it from getting the viewership it deserves. Read more...

Photo: "Disgrace" Steve Jacobs fortissimo films

"Disgrace"
Steve Jacobs
fortissimo films

"Coco Before Chanel"
Anne Fontaine
sony pictures classics

Screen Scene: Coco Before Chanel

Dark, depressing, yet magnetic, "Coco avant Chanel," as it is known in its original French language, delivered a deeper glance of Coco Chanel as a person rather than her fashion empire. Read more...

Photo: "Coco Before Chanel" Anne Fontaine sony pictures classics

"Coco Before Chanel"
Anne Fontaine
sony pictures classics