This post was updated Sept. 29 at 9:30 p.m.
Fall releases are dropping like leaves. With records evoking nostalgia and maturing careers, artists are setting a cozy tone for the autumn season.
In the same way that iridescent colors shift in the light, “Iridescence” is shimmering with meaning.
The student-made short film, which is currently in postproduction, follows the life of an 18-year-old budding artist named Christian (Patrick Zhang) as he experiences his first panic attack amid the stress of college applications.
Decades after the premiere of “The Twilight Zone,” the show’s writer and creator Rod Serling left behind a legacy that still resonates today.
On Thursday, the UCLA Library Film & Television Archive will be hosting a virtual screening of the late screenwriter’s 1963 teleplay “It’s Mental Work,” followed by a discussion with television curator Mark Quigley and Rod’s daughter, Anne Serling.
This weekend, UCLA’s center stage will be accessible to anyone around the world.
The School of Theater, Film, and Television will be streaming its departmental play, “BFE,” Saturday and Sunday.
Spring has finally arrived – and a multitude of new video games are coming along too. As flowers bloom, developers are preparing for the releases of highly anticipated sequels and brand new games alike.
The artificial intelligence division of the Association for Computing Machinery at UCLA is staying connected to high schoolers by making sure they know that “You Belong in AI!”
Launched in May by ACM AI’s Outreach Director Arjun Subramonian, the “You Belong in AI!” podcast was designed with the Title I high schools that Teach LA – a program that sends UCLA students in ACM around Los Angeles County to teach free computer science classes – traditionally serves in mind.
This post was updated Jan. 21 at 8:32 p.m.
Outfest is making LGBTQ+ programming more accessible through the launch of its own streaming platform.
The nonprofit entertainment organization started Outfest Now in October, which has a library of over 150 movies, shows and short films created by and featuring LGBTQ+ artists.
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