A love story sparks a social movement in “Queen & Slim.”
Directed by Melina Matsoukas and written by Lena Waithe, the romantic drama thriller is set to hit theaters Wednesday.
Anything from a photo of a body to an intricately weaved basket can be used to portray intimacy.
Intimacy can manifest itself in many ways depending on the creator, said graduate student Cherisse Gray.
Peter Parker is far from home and in over his head.
Eight months after “Avengers: Endgame,” “Spider-Man: Far From Home” follows Peter (Tom Holland) and his friends as they grapple with the aftermath of Thanos’ defeat.
The sound of drums that originated in South Korea can be heard around the world, said Katherine In-Young Lee.
The spread of music genres from one region to others will be explored in “Global Musics and Musical Communities,” a two-day conference and concert hosted by the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music.
Immigration, sexuality and maternity will be explored from a woman’s point of view in this year’s annual Latin American, Latinx and Iberian Film Festival.
Founded in 2012 by assistant adjunct professor Adrián Collado and hosted by UCLA’s Department of Spanish and Portuguese, this year’s iteration of the annual festival will run from Monday through Thursday featuring films directed by women from Spain, Latin America and Mexico.
If Beale Street could talk, alumnus Michael Benavente would probably know what it sounds like.
Benavente, the film’s dialogue editor worked with the Formosa Group, a postproduction sound company, to remove any extraneous background noise and ensure the characters’ voices were audible.
The UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive will return with a new sound.
The archive is an audiovisual library where scholars have been able to submit materials such as field recordings and interviews from their research.
He went from being the son of a peach picker to being a lawyer, activist and novelist. And yet, Oscar Zeta Acosta is oftentimes known simply for the fictional character based off him, said alumnus Phillip Rodriguez.
Dawn Kamoche had to move back to Maryland from Los Angeles, but she didn’t view this as an end to her career in Hollywood.
A panel featuring writers Ariella Blejer and Kamoche from the HBO limited series “Sharp Objects,” was held in Royce Hall on Monday.
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