Tuesday, April 24

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The effects of immigration from Mexico on the people left behind is the subject of the "Those Who Remain." This documentary from 2008 will screen on Nov. 18 at the James Bridges Theater and is co-presented by the UCLA Latin America Institute.

Movie sheds light on transnational families

Some children have not seen their father in 10 years; he regularly sends money home, and they know he does it to support his family. Read more...

Photo: GETTY IMAGES The effects of immigration from Mexico on the people left behind is the subject of the "Those Who Remain." This documentary from 2008 will screen on Nov. 18 at the James Bridges Theater and is co-presented by the UCLA Latin America Institute.

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The effects of immigration from Mexico on the people left behind is the subject of the "Those Who Remain." This documentary from 2008 will screen on Nov. 18 at the James Bridges Theater and is co-presented by the UCLA Latin America Institute.

AGORA PRODUCTIONS
Protestors look on during the Velvet Revolution, which took place in the Czech Republic 20 years ago. The peaceful revolution is the subject of "The Power of the Powerless."

Film stirs memories of a revolution

In the minds of many Westerners, the end of communism in Eastern Europe was realized when the Berlin Wall came down 20 years ago. Read more...

Photo: AGORA PRODUCTIONS Protestors look on during the Velvet Revolution, which took place in the Czech Republic 20 years ago. The peaceful revolution is the subject of "The Power of the Powerless."

AGORA PRODUCTIONS
Protestors look on during the Velvet Revolution, which took place in the Czech Republic 20 years ago. The peaceful revolution is the subject of "The Power of the Powerless."

courtesy of TODD CHENEY
Theater Film and Television playwrights Erica Jones, Jacob Burstein-Stern and Adam Simon stand outside of the Chancellor's residence on Friday.

Bruins bring scripts to spotlight

An aging Holocaust survivor goes head-to-head with Jeopardy's Alex Trebek. Read more...

Photo: courtesy of TODD CHENEY Theater Film and Television playwrights Erica Jones, Jacob Burstein-Stern and Adam Simon stand outside of the Chancellor's residence on Friday.

courtesy of TODD CHENEY
Theater Film and Television playwrights Erica Jones, Jacob Burstein-Stern and Adam Simon stand outside of the Chancellor's residence on Friday.


The new release "2012" is inspired by a popular myth about the apocalypse based on the end of the Mayan Long Count calendar around Dec. 21, 2012. UCLA professors, among others, have debunked this rumor.

Apocalypse theory behind “˜2012′ lacks truth

Mark your calendars and prepare to see something big; "2012" is coming. Read more...

Photo: The new release "2012" is inspired by a popular myth about the apocalypse based on the end of the Mayan Long Count calendar around Dec. 21, 2012. UCLA professors, among others, have debunked this rumor.

The new release "2012" is inspired by a popular myth about the apocalypse based on the end of the Mayan Long Count calendar around Dec. 21, 2012. UCLA professors, among others, have debunked this rumor.

Screen Scene: Oh My God

Friedrich Nietzsche was a smart guy, but he was wrong about at least one thing: God is definitely not dead. At the very least, the ideas of God, the arguments over God and the documentaries about God are still very much alive. Read more...




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