Wednesday, August 21






Daniel Steinhart, assistant professor of cinema studies at the University of Oregon, curated the UCLA Film & Television Archive’s current screening series, which considers how globalization changed the film industry following World War II. (Courtesy of Joshua Rainey)

Screening series explores continued impact of runaway productions on Hollywood

Before World War II, most American films were created in Los Angeles. But following the war, Daniel Steinhart said it was cheaper to film overseas than in Hollywood. Read more...

Photo: Daniel Steinhart, assistant professor of cinema studies at the University of Oregon, curated the UCLA Film & Television Archive’s current screening series, which considers how globalization changed the film industry following World War II. (Courtesy of Joshua Rainey)

Daniel Steinhart, assistant professor of cinema studies at the University of Oregon, curated the UCLA Film & Television Archive’s current screening series, which considers how globalization changed the film industry following World War II. (Courtesy of Joshua Rainey)

The 50th annual San Diego Comic-Con took place this weekend, with many attendees cosplaying as their favorite characters. Production studios such as Marvel Studios and NBC held panels throughout the event featuring announcements and previews. (Jordan Wilson/Daily Bruin)

San Diego Comic-Con unites fans, studios, pop culture in single bound

About 135,000 people descended on the San Diego Convention Center this weekend to celebrate the 50th annual Comic-Con. San Diego Comic-Con celebrates a wide array of pop culture media over four days every July. Read more...

Photo: The 50th annual San Diego Comic-Con took place this weekend, with many attendees cosplaying as their favorite characters. Production studios such as Marvel Studios and NBC held panels throughout the event featuring announcements and previews. (Jordan Wilson/Daily Bruin)

The 50th annual San Diego Comic-Con took place this weekend, with many attendees cosplaying as their favorite characters. Production studios such as Marvel Studios and NBC held panels throughout the event featuring announcements and previews. (Jordan Wilson/Daily Bruin)