Thursday, March 21

Screen Scene: New York, I Love You

"New York, I Love You" is a sequel of sorts, a follow-up to the 2006 film "Paris, je t'aime," a story made up of many different interweaving stories and connected characters, with the boldest character being the city itself. Read more...


Patricia DiSalvo Viayra (left) and husband Michael Viayra, Jr. (right) cofounded the first annual Lady Filmmakers Film Festival, which will take place on Oct. 17-18.

Lady Filmmakers Film Festival showcases the women of film

When film director Patricia DiSalvo Viayra was looking to hire a cinematographer, she received hundreds of submissions from male cinematographers and one from a woman. Read more...

Photo: Patricia DiSalvo Viayra (left) and husband Michael Viayra, Jr. (right) cofounded the first annual Lady Filmmakers Film Festival, which will take place on Oct. 17-18.

Patricia DiSalvo Viayra (left) and husband Michael Viayra, Jr. (right) cofounded the first annual Lady Filmmakers Film Festival, which will take place on Oct. 17-18.


The Campus MovieFest returns to UCLA on Oct. 14 in the Ackerman 2nd Floor Lounge as the first stop on its West Coast tour. The annual competition provides students with the chance and the equipment to make a five-minute film.

Students gain reel experience from film fest

Brian Tan, a fourth year political science student, did not eat or sleep for three days last summer. He was too busy shooting and editing the short film "Gig." Read more...

Photo: The Campus MovieFest returns to UCLA on Oct. 14 in the Ackerman 2nd Floor Lounge as the first stop on its West Coast tour. The annual competition provides students with the chance and the equipment to make a five-minute film.

The Campus MovieFest returns to UCLA on Oct. 14 in the Ackerman 2nd Floor Lounge as the first stop on its West Coast tour. The annual competition provides students with the chance and the equipment to make a five-minute film.


Screen Scene: Bronson

"Bronson" aims its spotlight at the illustrious life of Charles Bronson "“ not the American actor, but the human wrecking ball who copped the moniker as his fighting name on the way to becoming the "most violent prisoner in Britain," as the press is fond of calling him. Read more...