Santana Aguirre’s thesis film is not a dream, but an unmistakeable reality.
The fourth-year film, television and digital media student wrote and directed “I’ll See You In My Dreams,” a film about family tragedy and visions.
This post was updated July 16 at 7:28 p.m.
A queer 20-something becomes a baby again in the alumni-created short film “Baby Gay.”
The coming-of-age comedy follows Stevie Lee, a Chinese American bisexual woman in her 20s, as she branches out in response to her struggle with her queer identity.
As spring quarter nears its end, the choreographers of “un/ending” see a new beginning.
This Friday and Saturday, 12 choreographers from the Department of World Arts and Culture/Dance will present their original pieces at the Glorya Kaufman Dance Theater.
Joel and Ellie’s bumpy journey across America continues.
In “Please Hold to My Hand,” the fourth episode of “The Last of Us,” Joel (Pedro Pascal) and Ellie (Bella Ramsey) finally get their hands on a vehicle and make their way toward Wyoming, where Joel thinks his brother Tommy (Gabriel Luna) is located.
The unexpected trio begins to venture out of The Quarantine Zone.
In its second episode titled “Infected,” “The Last of Us” continues to visually astound audiences while delivering compelling character dynamics that drive the plot forward.
This post was updated Jan. 24 at 9:50 p.m.
A fungal infection wreaks havoc in “The Last of Us.”
The HBO show, adapted from the 2013 game of the same name, premiered Sunday, almost 10 years after the original game was released.
All actions have devastating consequences in “The White Lotus.”
In its sixth episode titled “Abductions,” the HBO series further explores the fallout of the deception and jealousy that has muddled the relationship between the guests of the titular hotel.
In the Sicilian sandbox, the web of relationships grows more complex.
The fourth episode of the second season of “The White Lotus” follows each character and their individual issues as they become more entangled with each other at the Sicilian resort.
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