Landing at the Daily Bruin is perhaps the most serendipitous plot twist in my college chapter.
I was comfortable but not content in my first three years at UCLA, struggling to find an enduring purpose I can wholeheartedly pursue and flourish in.
Asian American and Pacific Islander filmmakers have always been bringing their experiences to screens big and small.
From viewing a documentary about the historical precedents of AAPI hate to a heartfelt romantic comedy, celebrate this Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month by looking back on AAPI filmmakers’ richly layered narratives throughout cinema history.
As an experienced Zoomer, I got ready for the Oscars this year with a dress shirt and pajama pants on.
Being the Daily Bruin’s theater, film and television editor this year came with some unforeseen challenges as the entertainment industry essentially ground to a halt.
After being hard-hit by the pandemic, Hollywood’s biggest night delivered a delightful number of firsts.
The 93rd Academy Awards traded its flashy, decadent golds of past ceremonies for the stripped-down ambiance of the historic Los Angeles Union Station and Dolby Theatre.
This post was updated April 11 at 7:55 p.m.
It’s bingeing season – TV-landia is getting a highly anticipated spring makeover.
For viewers looking for a new fixing or a return back to established fictional worlds, studios are pulling all the stops to deliver.
Even the razzle-dazzle of Oscars season cannot overshadow the fresh, springy wave of films to come.
After an enduring test of patience, viewers can look forward to some of the most highly anticipated features from last year that are now slotting themselves into 2021’s spring slate.
What is hip-hop? What is freestyling? Watch to see what Versa-Style Dance Company’s Leigh “Breeze-lee” Foaad and Brandon “BeastBoi” Juezan have to say about these expressions of artforms through their dance, while discussing their experiences as members of the hip-hop community.
Bruins come from all around the world, from Colombia to Bangladesh. Because of the pandemic, many international Bruins are currently residing in their home countries. In “At a Distance,” Daily Bruin writers will look at events around the world Bruins care about and give a student’s perspective on the topics.
Time to grab some blankets and the remote – the small screen is taking over the spotlight.
For a much-needed escape from reality, viewers can look forward to some exciting television returners and newcomers kicking off the new year.
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