Monday, September 23

Fourth-year theater student Viva Rose (left) wrote, directed and starred alongside another fourth-year theater student, Jessie Guthrie (right), in "it g(IRL)s," a YouTube web series centered on an Instagram influencer with no friends. (Niveda Tennety/Assistant Photo editor)
Fourth-year theater student Viva Rose (left) wrote, directed and starred alongside another fourth-year theater student, Jessie Guthrie (right), in "it g(IRL)s," a YouTube web series centered on an Instagram influencer with no friends. (Niveda Tennety/Assistant Photo editor)

(Courtesy of Ed Araquel/Netflix)
(Courtesy of Ed Araquel/Netflix)

Graduate student Aya Saleh will direct “Scorched” for her senior thesis, a play she first read when she was 13. The story follows twin siblings, Janine and Simon, who travel from Canada to Lebanon to find their father and brother. (Courtesy of Aya Saleh)
Graduate student Aya Saleh will direct “Scorched” for her senior thesis, a play she first read when she was 13. The story follows twin siblings, Janine and Simon, who travel from Canada to Lebanon to find their father and brother. (Courtesy of Aya Saleh)

Lulu Wang spoke during a screening and Q&A of her film, "The Farewell." The writer and director said she incorporated her family members into the A24 film, which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival. (Courtesy of Adam Karp)
Lulu Wang spoke during a screening and Q&A of her film, "The Farewell." The writer and director said she incorporated her family members into the A24 film, which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival. (Courtesy of Adam Karp)

(Courtesy of EPF Media)
(Courtesy of EPF Media)

(Courtesy of Francois Duhamel/Annapurna Pictures)
(Courtesy of Francois Duhamel/Annapurna Pictures)

Moderator Charlie Birns spoke with actress Rebecca Schull, who portrayed the main character Claire, and director Jeff Lipsky after a screening of their film “The Last,” which follows a Jewish family in the aftermath of their grandmother admitting to being a Nazi.
(Umber Bhatti/Daily Bruin)
Moderator Charlie Birns spoke with actress Rebecca Schull, who portrayed the main character Claire, and director Jeff Lipsky after a screening of their film “The Last,” which follows a Jewish family in the aftermath of their grandmother admitting to being a Nazi.
(Umber Bhatti/Daily Bruin)


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