This post was updated Oct. 1 at 10:32 p.m.
Fresh films are falling into theaters like the leaves from trees.
Audiences will surely be eager to cozy up with a new flick as the weather grows cooler this season.
New television releases are arriving with the cool, autumn wind.
Alongside the changing leaves, the fresh stirring shows of the season are sure to put audiences in the spirit of fall.
Act III Theatre Ensemble is stealing the show with its take on the queer experience.
The theater ensemble Act III strives to provide the student demographic with a platform to explore their passion for theater on a professional level.
“The Inventor” is animating the reinvention of an artistic legend’s story.
Set in the Renaissance age, the stop-motion film follows Leonardo da Vinci (Stephen Fry) in his quest to understand the human soul.
From daringly cheeky lyrics to vulnerable vocals, Olivia Rodrigo has proved she has guts.
20-year-old pop sensation Olivia Rodrigo’s newest album, “GUTS,” presents an ambivalent picture of sarcasm and sensitivity, a mix inherent to growing up.
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George Monday and Gunal Nepoleon are shooting their shot in film.
The two alumni dove into their filmmaking endeavor during their third year of college, pioneering the YouTube channel Jilted Generation.
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Charlotte Oxley is forging a new outlook on divorce in her thesis film.
Winning the UCLA Dean’s Prize for Excellence in Research and Creativity, the alumnus’ short film “Purple and Green” strives to portray divorce through a child’s perspective, she said.
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The senior Design Media Arts class is signing off with their exhibition “Sincerely.”
An amalgamation of visual and interactive art elements, this year’s exhibition will be presented at the Experimental Digital Arts and Untitled Gallery until June 18.
Sriha Srinivasan is battling stigma with her TikTok @sexedu.
Graduating a year early, the third-year human biology and society student said she started her TikTok page in the spring of 2020 to amplify discourse on sex education.
Guitar in hand, Oliver Strachan is eager to express his art solo.
Exploring the theme of queer love, the second-year theater student will perform his original song, “No Strings,” at this year’s Spring Sing.
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