The Emmys are returning for another golden night of celebrating trailblazing television.
The 74th annual Emmy Awards will once again bring the biggest names on the small screen to the Microsoft Theater.
This post was updated July 24 at 9:34 p.m.
For Dr. Eric Esrailian, film has the promise to both entertain and educate.
Esrailian, executive board member of the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, joined the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures as one of three new members of the Board of Trustees on July 1.
This post was updated July 4 at 9:52 p.m.
Television screens are blazing hotter than ever this summer.
Along with the heat waves, this summer’s TV selections will leave audiences anything but cool.
One student’s part-time job has blossomed into her own business.
Michelle Miranda, a second-year political science student, is the owner of “Garden by Michelle,” an Instagram-based floral shop.
“Normal people probably think these are torture positions,” said Elsa Dubil, hanging upside down with her feet knotted in lavender aerial silks.
Indeed, the fourth-year bioengineering student’s posture looked extreme – her head a couple of inches from the ground – but I was impressed with how simple she made the technique seem to her students.
This post was updated May 25 at 10:09 p.m.
Josephine Qi is branching out into fashion with botanical-inspired creations.
The fourth-year business economics student’s designs are hitting the runway for a second time Friday.
Magic and music are rolling into Ralph Freud Playhouse.
The UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television will be presenting the mainstage production of “Pippin,” directed and choreographed by Corey Wright.
This post was updated May 19 at 12:52 p.m.
Appalachian tunes are making their way to Westwood.
Performing their song “Birmingham Again” in this year’s Spring Sing, the girl group Painted Ladies is blending Appalachian folk music with sultry lyrics.
Entertainment’s fascination with true crime may be crossing the line when turning fact into fiction.
In the past few months, streamers and studios have been producing miniseries after miniseries that chronicle true crime cases, most of which are well-received by audiences.
Home is what artists make of it.
“Aqux,” a group exhibition which opened Feb. 19 at The Mistake Room, features 23 Latinx artists and their interpretations of what home means to them.
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