Saturday, March 23

Performance group wanders from Bard originals

Performance group wanders from Bard originals Students act out modern twists of Shakespeare’s plays By Allyson Harwood Daily Bruin Contributor While it would seem normal for the Shakespeare Reading and Performance Group to put on scenes from Shakespeare’s plays, this quarter’s "Night of Scenes" will consist primarily of acts by modern authors, not the English playwright. Read more...



Film technology joins cutting edge

Film technology joins cutting edge UCLA purchases Avid equipment to quicken movie-editing process By Lael Loewnstein Daily Bruin Contributor Not long ago, editing a movie was a tedious process involving cutting and splicing reels of film. Read more...


‘Frasier’ co-star returns to L.A. stage

‘Frasier’ co-star returns to L.A. stage Butler’s performance shares experience of coming-out to parents By Jennifer Richmond Daily Bruin Senior Staff Dan Butler may be best known for his straight, loud-mouthed macho character Bulldog on the NBC series "Frasier." But he’s nothing like that in real life. Read more...



Exploring the Dark Side

Exploring the Dark Side Mathieu Kassovitz, French cinema’s hottest young director, brings ‘Hate’ to America with searing black-and-white visuals, strong social significance and a masterful control that ‘rocked’ fellow filmmaker Jodie Foster By Lael Loewenstein Daily Bruin Contributor Shy, soft-spoken and seemingly well-adjusted, Mathieu Kassovitz is the last person you’d expect to have directed a film called "Hate." At 28, Kassovitz is one of France’s most promising young filmmakers. Read more...