An uncredited figure in film history will be turning heads this Friday.
The UCLA Film & Television Archive will be hosting an Archive Talk titled “Girl Head: Feminism and Film Materiality with Genevieve Yue” in the Billy Wilder Theater with a book signing of Yue’s work “Girl Head: Feminism and Film Materiality.” The program will explore the “China Girl,” a reference image used to standardize a film’s technical qualities like exposure and color balance, in the context of experimental films.
Spring is here, and TV lovers are forecasting a vibrant array of shows.
In the spirit of new beginnings, this season’s television releases promise both novel original series and long-awaited continuations of fan favorites.
Bright new films are in full bloom this spring.
To start off the sunny season, upcoming film releases are stirring up more buzz than the bees.
This post was updated Feb. 27 at 9:25 p.m.
Smooth sailing lies ahead for the Department of Theater’s collaborative efforts on “Pericles.”
The Shakespearean play will run from Friday to March 5 at Freud Playhouse, featuring an ensemble cast of graduate acting students and undergraduate theater students in various roles across the stage.
Suppressed emotions are taking the limelight in “Project II: Homelife and The Zoo Story.”
Held by the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, “Project II: Homelife and The Zoo Story” will feature American playwright Edward Albee’s two plays set on one stage.
This post was updated Jan. 9 at 9:37 p.m.
Theaters are ringing in the new year with a fresh list of titles.
Chilly winters are the perfect season for cozy movie nights with friends and loved ones, and filmmakers are continuing the spirit of giving with this season’s lineup.
Media is transforming on a transnational scale.
Transforming Hollywood is an annual conference that explores developments in the entertainment industry on a domestic and global scale with panelists in academia, visual effects, business and film production.
With My Own Two Hands is making a splash in its work for equitable clean water access. With a goal to provide clean water and agricultural independence through projects with East African communities, the foundation hosts fundraising events and membership programs initiated by alumnus and CEO Lindsey Pluimer.
As the autumn wind breezes in, upcoming blockbusters are heating up the cinema screens.
Summer sun is being traded for the crisp, cool fall, but this season’s film lineup is sure to keep fun and warmth in the air.
National Silent Movie Day is cutting through the noise for silent films.
In its inaugural celebration this year, NSMD will celebrate the cinematic form Sept. 29 and encourages audience participation by hosting movie screenings, sharing film titles on social media and launching online campaigns.
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