Amid the backdrop of the Iran-Iraq War during the 1980s, a father-daughter relationship blooms in “In the Garden of Tulips.”
The short film, written by alumnus Ava Lalezarzadeh, follows Caroline (Lalezarzadeh) and her father Sharif (Iman Nazemzadeh) during their final car ride to the Iranian countryside.
This post was updated July 2 at 5:38 p.m.
This summer’s television releases are shining as bright as the sun.
The highly anticipated shows on this season’s lineup are guaranteed to bring the heat.
This post was updated July 2 at 5:33 p.m.
Movie theaters will lure crowds away from the sweltering sun this summer.
Hollywood’s upcoming slate of anticipated films is sure to satisfy audiences in pursuit of a gripping getaway.
Holland Smith is branching out with his latest nature-inspired collection.
On Friday, the fourth-year ecology, behavior and evolution student will be showcasing his collection titled “Evolution of Theory” at Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA’s annual runway show.
Lot 3 is going out grooving for its final Spring Sing performance.
The student band – composed of fourth-year theater student EJ Chen, fourth-year public affairs student Harry Frahn, fourth-year physics student Rishi Acharya and fourth-year theater student Gil Weissman – will perform at this year’s Spring Sing for the second year in a row.
This post was updated April 23 at 9:19 p.m.
“Beau Is Afraid” is giving audiences more than a fright.
Released Friday and produced by A24, Ari Aster’s third feature film follows Beau Wassermann (Joaquin Phoenix), a paranoid middle-aged man who must brave the freakish, bizarre world outside his apartment after hearing of his mother’s death.
The Hammer Museum is opening a television time capsule this weekend.
On Friday and Saturday, the museum will be hosting the Orphan Film Symposium, a free event that focuses on media preservation.
“The Lonely Few” is hitting all the right notes – loudly.
Zoe Sarnak and Rachel Bonds’ rock musical, which marks the Geffen Playhouse’s first commission since 2020, delivers a deafening narrative about two lesbian artists navigating their feelings for one another and their desire to succeed in the music industry.
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