Tuesday, August 21



Screen Scene: “Old Dogs”

The main point of "Old Dogs" is to subject its stars "“ Robin Williams, John Travolta and Seth Green, mostly "“ to enough pain and humiliation to take the place of an interesting plot. Read more...


DVD Review: “Dorm Life: Semester 1″

Four months ago, our favorite 5 Southers moved out of their dorms "“ and consequently our lives "“ on the hit Web series "Dorm Life." Created by seven Bruins, college mockumentary "Dorm Life" aired its first episode in February 2008 and continues to be one of the most popular Web shows on Hulu. Read more...


The Wait List's "The Butterfly King" won the Best Picture Award  at the Western Regional Grand Finale. It advanced to the International Grand Finale, which takes place in June 2010.

UCLA filmmakers proceed to International Grand Finale

Two groups of UCLA student filmmakers advanced in the Campus MovieFest competition at the Western Regional Grand Finale in San Francisco. Read more...

Photo: The Wait List's "The Butterfly King" won the Best Picture Award at the Western Regional Grand Finale. It advanced to the International Grand Finale, which takes place in June 2010.

The Wait List's "The Butterfly King" won the Best Picture Award  at the Western Regional Grand Finale. It advanced to the International Grand Finale, which takes place in June 2010.

Film focuses on Burma protests

Eighty-five minutes of real-time video reporting in the middle of a violent protest has been packaged in the documentary "Burma VJ: Reporting From A Closed Country," which will be screened as part of the UCLA International Institute's second annual Human Rights Film Series. Read more...


Screen Scene The Twilight Saga: New Moon

The question, at this point, is not whether to take the "Twilight" series seriously "“ if you don't have pictures of Robert Pattinson on your walls, feel free to laugh when the vampires sparkle in the sunlight. Rather, the real question is whether "Twilight" is taking itself seriously anymore. Read more...



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