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Tracking COVID-19 at UCLA2020 Racial Injustice Protests
Paul Mendoza

Arts

Nov 19, 2003 9:00 pm

Dude, Where's Michael Moore?

GLASGOW, Scotland — All the telltale signs were there: nappy
braids, purple Muppet-fur shoulder bags, and “McShit”
T-shirts. Time to put away the G.O.P. geriatrics, kids; Michael
Moore’s in town.

By Paul Mendoza

Arts

May 17, 2003 9:00 pm

UCLA screenwriting alumnus aces comedies

Director Tom Shadyac has only one demand: the long, curly hair
stays, or he goes.
“I’m like an old Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young
album cover,” said Shadyac of his signature mane.

By Paul Mendoza

Arts

May 3, 2003 9:00 pm

Flying the Nest

It’s easy to forget they are there. Locked away and not
often talked about, the mentally ill are still a taboo in much of
American culture; they are perceived as somewhat alien.

By Paul Mendoza

Arts

Apr 12, 2003 9:00 pm

Long Live Film, Film is Dead

Film might be at the end of its reel.
Replacing the familiar clicking of films past is the hum of
computers and digital cameras. Artists, distributors and theater
chains are growing increasingly interested in digital cinema, with
one organization or another holding its own digital cinema
conference every month (the next one’s on May 3rd and
sponsored by Independant Feature Project/Los Angeles, if
you’re interested.)
But amid all this talk of monumental change, the UCLA School of
Theater, Film, Television and Digital Media remains tentative
toward these signs of the times, and it remains to be seen what
will become of film in the age of ones and zeros.

By Paul Mendoza

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