Thursday, June 21


Back in the saddle again

Wednesday, May 8, 1996 It’s been almost thirty years since audiences first received John Schlesinger’s influential film, ‘Midnight Cowboy.’ His newest film, ‘Cold Comfort Farm,’ offered the director a chance to escape the pitfalls of Hollywood filmmakingBy Emily Forster Daily Bruin Contributor Filmmakers know how to reach for the top of the ladder of success, but few know what to do when they start sliding down. Read more...


Hair Shirt engineers a musical life

Tuesday, May 7, 1996 UCLA-based band will perform at local venue this Saturday night By Vanessa VanderZanden Daily Bruin Contributor As graduate students at UCLA, Brian Korgel, Ivan Stanish and Steve Weissman are ready to begin thinking about their futures. Read more...


Screenwriters share trade secrets

Tuesday, May 7, 1996 ‘Jumanji’ team brings knowledge to Extension classBy Kathleen Rhames Daily Bruin Contributor Stan Chervin often compares members of the French Underground to screenwriters. Read more...


Strange Paradise

Tuesday, May 7, 1996 ‘Dead Man’ is an off-rhythm allegorical Western focused squarely on its eccentric characters. Who could spring this film on culture-deprived Americans? Only indie film maverick Jim Jarmusch.If Jennifer Aniston’s shag is the essence of sitcom chic, then Jim Jarmusch’s gravity-defying hair practically embodies indie film cool. Read more...


Junkies guitarist Timmins leaves lessons asside on ‘Lay’

Tuesday, May 7, 1996 Band comes to L.A. this weekendBy Vanessa VanderZanden Daily Bruin Contributor The four members of the Cowboy Junkies sit against a plain white background on the cover of their sixth and most recent album, "Lay it Down." Wearing simple black clothes, they appear sedate and at ease. Read more...


Season to taste

Tuesday, May 7, 1996 This Spring, WorldFest ’96 celebrates UCLA’s cultural diversity with a week of performances and food representing the four corners of the globeBy Rodney Tanaka Daily Bruin Senior Staff The smoke from the grill rises through the warm air. Read more...