Tuesday, May 26

Restored experimental short films break the rules

Colors, light, sound, motion, film and artistic vision "“ these are the basic elements of the experimental films found in "The Cross Revolves at Sunset." The UCLA Film & Television Archive and Los Angeles Filmforum offer a program of nine experimental short films that have been recently restored by the Academy Film Archive. Read more...


Gary Beydler’s 1975 film “Hand Held Day” is one of nine experimental works that will be screened during “The Cross Revolves at Sunset,” a presentation of recently restored films from the Academy Film Archive.

Credits: UCLA Film & Television Archive

Shakespeare at UCLA shakes up “˜Twelfth Night’

Bringing Shakespeare back is the goal of Shakespeare at UCLA, the theater group for non-theater-specific students. Read more...

Photo: Third-year psychology student Jordan Joske and fourth-year English student Daniel Luedtke star in Shakespeare at UCLA’s production of “Twelfth Night.”

UCLA Symphony performs Romantic period pieces in spring concert

Musicians from various majors "“ biology, art, English, history, global studies, neuroscience "“ come together as part of the UCLA Symphony to play classic Romantic pieces. Read more...

Photo: Conductor Jorge Luis Uzcátegui, first-year doctor of musical arts student, leads the UCLA Symphony in rehearsal Sunday evening. The symphony will be performing pieces from the Romantic period in Schoenberg Hall this Wednesday at 8 p.m.

‘Unleashing Voices’ presents point of view and personal development of 12 graduating world arts and cultures students

"Unleashing Voices" aptly describes the artistic endeavor 12 world arts and cultures students have taken in producing pieces as not only a culmination of their studies, but also of their personal life experiences. Read more...

Photo: Fourth-year world arts and cultures student Christopher Albrecht will perform his original piece about racial politics and personal identity in “Unleashing Voices.”

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