This post was updated Oc. 16 at 7:21 p.m.
Just like Ross and Rachel, everyone needs a break.
Alumna Samantha Mannis is combining her love for the TV show “Friends” and her passion for writing in one book, hoping to alleviate the stress that she said is associated with adulting.
From the costumes to the choreography, “The Masked Singer” allows creative minds to push their artistic limits.
On the Fox reality show, A-list celebrities mask their identities through extravagant costumes while viewers attempt to guess who they are based on vocal performances and subtle hints.
The UCLA film program – like many programs across campus – must celebrate students’ work virtually.
Throughout the year, seniors in the undergraduate and graduate film programs work on their thesis films, which are long-term projects students focus on to fulfill their graduation requirements.
The Music Club at UCLA’s “Telephone Jam” is passing music through the phone.
Composed of both students and alumni, participants in the project were randomly separated into groups of four to work on their own original track.
The Disney Parks may be closed, but their magic still spreads through UCLA’s new Disney Club.
Spencer Beck, a third-year English and psychology student, founded the newest incarnation of UCLA’s Disney Club this year as she said she wanted its magic to be present on campus.
A chance encounter with Freddy Krueger inspired Justin Garza’s student short film.
While at a bar in Santa Fe, New Mexico, the graduate student ran into Robert Englund, the actor who played Freddy Krueger in the 1984 “A Nightmare on Elm Street” franchise.
Alumna Angela Sanchez tackled the obstacles of high school while experiencing homelessness.
After her father was unable to pay rent in 2007, he and Sanchez were evicted from their home when she was only 16.
The logistics of producing an awards show is often invisible to viewers at home.
But for alumna Gloria Fujita O’Brien, the details of the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, airing Jan.
Maya Montañez Smukler said student films are often at the forefront of experimental filmmaking – and they have been for decades.
As a tribute to both the history of student filmmaking and UCLA’s centennial anniversary, Smukler, the Archive Research and Study Center officer, curated the UCLA Film & Television Archive’s newest program, “40 Years of UCLA Student Filmmaking.” One hundred short films made between 1949-1989 are being screened at the Billy Wilder Theater through Dec.
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