Professor Phyllis Nagy said she looks for subtext and character development when voting for the Academy Awards.
However, like in any voting body, each Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences member has their own preferences, so voters don’t necessarily connect with the same movies as the general public.
Sip Matcha’s loss became Westwood’s gain.
When the bubble tea store Sip Matcha looked to expand, they said they were unable to copyright their name, so they set out to rebrand their company as “Junbi.” The reinvented bubble tea shop reopened Jan.
The albums of fall quarter ushered 2019 out with a bang, with Liam Payne’s lyrically controversial “LP1” leaving a charting disappointment in its wake. However, other releases, such as Harry Styles’ psychedelic-yet-sorrowful “Fine Line” surged into top Billboard slots just in time for the new year.
A cellist and a dancer explore life and death on a reflective glass floor in “THE DAY.”
The show, which will run at Royce Hall on Friday and Saturday, presents concepts such as the collective memory and the meaning of life, said cellist Maya Beiser.
UCLA alumnus Jeremy Slome said postproduction is the best time to start a new project.
Postproduction involves so much quick thinking and decision-making that it can fire up your creativity for a new project, Slome said.
In 1986, the Los Angeles Central Library fire took over seven hours and 350 firefighters to extinguish.
Over 20% of the library’s books were damaged, and the building was closed until 1993.
In 1989, five teenage boys were convicted for a crime they did not commit.
Thirteen years would pass before they were proven innocent.
Alumna Ava DuVernay explores the 30-year history of the boys who would be nicknamed the Exonerated Five with her Netflix limited series “When They See Us.” With 16 Emmy nominations, the series has brought the streaming service more nominations than its other shows have.
A hooded, robelike jacket made out of a KISS T-shirt made its debut among other student fashion lines Thursday night.
The collection was one of 14 student fashion lines displayed on the catwalk at the 18th annual Fashion and Student Trends runway show in Pauley Pavilion.
The UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television will present two one-act undergraduate productions Thursday through Saturday at Theater 1330 in Macgowan Hall. The 30-minute acts, titled “Moon River” and “4.48 Psychosis,” are directed by students Ebony Priddie and Mira Saccoccio Winick, respectively.
Haley Reinhart translated her love for AM radio into her newest album, “Lo-Fi Soul.”
The Los Angeles-based singer and voice actor released her fourth album, “Lo-Fi Soul” on March 27.
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