Faceless businessmen abduct the audience’s attention in Vincent Augusto’s upcoming short film.
“Abducted,” which was written around a month ago, follows the story of Jenny, who is trying to remember the events of a previous night where she believes she was taken by faceless men in black suits.
The anxiety and tension of crossing the border come alive at night in “Esperanza.”
Shruti Parekh, a graduate student at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, said her film centers around three protagonists who intend to illegally cross the border into Canada in the middle of the night, hoping to start a new life.
Ahmanson Theatre said “Hello” to the most amazing book Friday night.
Touring in Los Angeles through March 29, “The Book of Mormon” delivers on its promise of well-crafted laughs but falls slightly short in its characters and finale.
A new take on a 90s off-broadway hit hopes to break the stigma surrounding mental illness.
Modeled after “The Vagina Monologues” – a play created from almost 300 interviews with women discussing female sexuality – “The Manic Monologues” is set to deliver the same true-to-life format to help depict mental illness in a more relatable way.
A mass shooter and CIA operative begin to unravel a deep-rooted government conspiracy in an upcoming two-minute short film by Justin Garza.
Filmed over a period of seven days in early November, the writer, producer and director Garza said his film, “Operation West,” will be energetic with an intriguing conclusion.
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