Tuesday, December 10


Disney+ and Apple TV+ are two upcoming streaming services that will be in competition with Netflix. In recent months, Disney has been pulling its content from other streaming services in preparation to put it on its own platform, which will offer classic Disney content as well as new film and television shows.  (Liz Ketcham/Photo editor)

Second Take: Streaming services will saturate already substantial market, overwhelming subscribers

This post was updated Oct. 23 at 10:04 a.m. Sometimes the sheer volume of options becomes so overwhelming that consumers choose nothing at all. Netflix subscribers are no strangers to this sensation. Read more...

Photo: Disney+ and Apple TV+ are two upcoming streaming services that will be in competition with Netflix. In recent months, Disney has been pulling its content from other streaming services in preparation to put it on its own platform, which will offer classic Disney content as well as new film and television shows. (Liz Ketcham/Photo editor)

Disney+ and Apple TV+ are two upcoming streaming services that will be in competition with Netflix. In recent months, Disney has been pulling its content from other streaming services in preparation to put it on its own platform, which will offer classic Disney content as well as new film and television shows.  (Liz Ketcham/Photo editor)

(Courtesy of Alfonso Bresciani/Hulu)

Second Take: ‘Looking for Alaska’ Hulu series fails to find fleshed out female protagonist

Alaska Young might be a hurricane, but “Looking For Alaska” is barely even a sprinkle. Based on John Green’s novel of the same name, Hulu’s latest original series follows Miles “Pudge” Halter as he transfers to Culver Creek Preparatory High School in order to seek “a great perhaps.” Upon arrival, he is swept up in the school’s social chaos and quickly turns to the guidance of his new friends the Colonel, Takumi and Alaska Young. Read more...

Photo: (Courtesy of Alfonso Bresciani/Hulu)

(Courtesy of Alfonso Bresciani/Hulu)


Graduate student Bryant Griffin had fulfilled his dream of working for Lucasfilm. So, in 2016, he abandoned his 12-year career in visual effects to join the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television's MFA directing program. He is currently working on his thesis project, which is a feature film about the reality’s veterans face once they have return home.
(Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

Los Angeles Unveiled: MFA student pursues passion, brings diversity to directing after Lucasfilm career

Hollywood has never been so accessible for Muslim creators. LA is the go-to spot for fostering creativity and making it big – and it’s also home to dozens of promising Muslim artists who’re breaking into the industry and redefining what it means to be Muslim. Read more...

Photo: Graduate student Bryant Griffin had fulfilled his dream of working for Lucasfilm. So, in 2016, he abandoned his 12-year career in visual effects to join the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television's MFA directing program. He is currently working on his thesis project, which is a feature film about the reality’s veterans face once they have return home. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

Graduate student Bryant Griffin had fulfilled his dream of working for Lucasfilm. So, in 2016, he abandoned his 12-year career in visual effects to join the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television's MFA directing program. He is currently working on his thesis project, which is a feature film about the reality’s veterans face once they have return home.
(Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)




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