Weaving was considered feminine when James Bassler first secretly worked with fiber in helping his father hook rugs in the 1930s.
In the privacy of the family home, 6-year-old Bassler watched his father, a major league baseball player, trade his catcher’s mitt for strips of dyed silk.
Katie Speare filmed herself standing behind a sheet of Plexiglas smeared with makeup at age 16.
Sound clips from 1950s makeup commercials droned on while two hands scrubbed the makeup off the sheet.
Christoph Bull brought the “Ghostbusters” soundtrack to life on his neighborhood church organ.
Bull, an adjunct associate organ professor in the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, recorded the organ music for the new “Ghostbusters” movie score at the First Congregational Church of Los Angeles over the course of two days in May.
Brian L. Tan said he used to pack nearly one thousand people into Ackerman Grand Ballroom to showcase the Film and Photography Society’s work.
Six years later, the UCLA alumnus is hosting a red carpet event at the Crest Theater in Westwood on Friday for his new movie “Holdout.”
As a UCLA student, he founded FPS in 2006 through which he primarily built his directorial and film experience.
Westwood Village Entertainment Group, or WVEG, was inspired by an old Nigerian proverb: “It takes a village to raise a child.” For them, their proverbial child is their music.
Three-year-old Alison Elliott sat in her car singing the haunting lines of Ophelia in “Hamlet”.
By the time she was 4, Elliott’s parents had to pretend she was a theatrical understudy and create fake five-minute rehearsals to indulge her yearning to be on stage.
In 2012, Bill Hader told Mindy Kaling he was involved in a secret Pixar project involving emotions when they were shooting the pilot episode of “The Mindy Project.” Initially jealous, Kaling said she later gleefully told Hader he wasn’t so special anymore when she too was added to the cast of “Inside Out” a year later.
With the series “arTistic Attention,” A&E will feature the very people whose office hours we really should go to more and explore their arts & entertainment-geared interests to find out what really makes them tick.
In anticipation of the UCLA-USC football matchup Thanksgiving weekend, Daily Bruin A&E features members of the UCLA Bruin Marching Band. Today’s installment profiles Scott Ewy, a fourth-year physiological science student and leader of the quads section of the drum line.
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