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.
Rehearsals are underway in preparation for in-person classes this fall.
After a year of fully online courses, the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television has prepared a variety of courses for a hybrid or in-person setting that will allow students to engage in an interactive environment.
In the season of fun in the sun, viewers have a long list of binge-worthy upcoming TV releases to indulge in.
In the past year of quarantine solitude, viewers turned to spending hours watching the latest series.
Graduating filmmakers have forged ahead in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic’s unforeseen cameo.
Over the past year, graduating MFA film students Jessie Klearman, Changhui Shi and Beibei Hu have adapted their original plans for final projects ranging from original films to thesis papers because of the pandemic.
Schoolyard fights turn deadly in alumna Angela How’s psychological thriller, “Rock Sugar.”
Releasing digitally Tuesday under the alternate North American title “Bullied,” the film navigates the complex relationship between 12-year-old Charlotte (Jacinta Klassen) and her bully Brenda (Lulu Fitz).
Deviating from tradition, Deviant Voices A Cappella is looking to take the spotlight at its Spring Sing debut.
While the a cappella group previously held quarterly concerts and performed at on-campus events like Dance Marathon, this year’s online transition will provide a digital platform for the group to present its cover of DNCE’s “Pay My Rent.” The opportunity to perform its work for an excited audience at Spring Sing has been a goal of Deviant Voices since its formation in 2010, said president and third-year communication student Emily Fukuda.
Comedy meets horror in alumna Gillian Wallace Horvat’s satirical thriller, “I Blame Society.”
The film features Gillian (Gillian Wallace Horvat), a fictionalized version of Horvat herself, who goes on a killing spree after murdering her close friend Chase (Chase Williamson) and confronts the exploitative nature of the entertainment industry.
Regina King’s film directorial debut is rooted in a meeting of the minds – both on and off the big screen.
“One Night in Miami” has garnered a collection of accolades including Oscar nominations for Best Supporting Actor, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Original Song.
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