Tuesday, June 25

courtesy of CHRISTOPHER REINACHER
"The Butterfly King," the 2009 five-minute film that premiered at Campus MovieFest, will be screened at the annual Cannes Film Festival, which takes place in France this month. It was created by The Wait List, a student comedy group at UCLA. The film has won multiple awards and has been screened at many other film festivals.

Bruins’ short films go a long way

With the little time and money that most student filmmakers are able to put into their projects, it's a rare occurrence that such projects make it to one of the most esteemed film festivals in the world. Read more...

Photo: courtesy of CHRISTOPHER REINACHER "The Butterfly King," the 2009 five-minute film that premiered at Campus MovieFest, will be screened at the annual Cannes Film Festival, which takes place in France this month. It was created by The Wait List, a student comedy group at UCLA. The film has won multiple awards and has been screened at many other film festivals.

courtesy of CHRISTOPHER REINACHER
"The Butterfly King," the 2009 five-minute film that premiered at Campus MovieFest, will be screened at the annual Cannes Film Festival, which takes place in France this month. It was created by The Wait List, a student comedy group at UCLA. The film has won multiple awards and has been screened at many other film festivals.

Screen Scene: “Babies”

The advent of the "Planet Earth" series may have died down, but the phenomenon of the nature documentary has taken an exciting (and humanistic) turn with Focus Features' new film "Babies." Read more...


Student film group FPS will premiere their annual film, "Dilated," directed by Brian Tan, tonight at Ackerman Grand Ballroom.

Student film opens tonight

In the week before the premiere of his film "Dilated," Film & Photography Society President Brian L. Tan, was in pain. Read more...

Photo: Student film group FPS will premiere their annual film, "Dilated," directed by Brian Tan, tonight at Ackerman Grand Ballroom.

Student film group FPS will premiere their annual film, "Dilated," directed by Brian Tan, tonight at Ackerman Grand Ballroom.

Actors Jack Yao and Amber Kuo in a scene from "Au revoir Taipei," a narrative film by Arvin Chen, which will be screened as the opening night film of the 2010 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival.

Asian Pacific Film Festival

Film festivals often screen movies that may have been otherwise overlooked by the public eye. Read more...

Photo: Actors Jack Yao and Amber Kuo in a scene from "Au revoir Taipei," a narrative film by Arvin Chen, which will be screened as the opening night film of the 2010 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival.

Actors Jack Yao and Amber Kuo in a scene from "Au revoir Taipei," a narrative film by Arvin Chen, which will be screened as the opening night film of the 2010 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival.

Jarrett Lee Conaway's "Foolishly Seeking True Love" is one of the films featured in Project:Involve's seventh annual showcase of short films.

Project:Involve film event features shorts by filmmakers from underrepresented backgrounds

The talent development program Project:Involve "“ yielding alumni such as Effie Brown, producer of "Real Women Have Curves" "“ is back with its seventh annual showcase of short films by filmmakers from underrepresented backgrounds. Read more...

Photo: Jarrett Lee Conaway's "Foolishly Seeking True Love" is one of the films featured in Project:Involve's seventh annual showcase of short films.

Jarrett Lee Conaway's "Foolishly Seeking True Love" is one of the films featured in Project:Involve's seventh annual showcase of short films.

The Hammer Museum program "It's All Been Done Before But Not By Me" begins tonight at 7 p.m. The exhibit features student-submitted art from various mediums such as film, mural, live performance and traditional visual art.

Students express their individuality in Hammer Museum art exhibit, “It’s All Been Done Before But Not By Me”

There is a certain line of thinking that asserts that all the great works have already been created, and all new art is just variations on old ideas. Read more...

Photo: The Hammer Museum program "It's All Been Done Before But Not By Me" begins tonight at 7 p.m. The exhibit features student-submitted art from various mediums such as film, mural, live performance and traditional visual art.

The Hammer Museum program "It's All Been Done Before But Not By Me" begins tonight at 7 p.m. The exhibit features student-submitted art from various mediums such as film, mural, live performance and traditional visual art.



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