Starring Regina Hall (left) and Sterling K. Brown (right) as a megachurch’s first lady and pastor, respectively, “Honk For Jesus, Save Your Soul” explores what happens when powerful institutions go unchecked. The film was directed and written by alumnus Adamma Ebo, who wrote the screenplay during her time at UCLA. (Courtesy of Sundance Institute)
Jesus is taking the wheel – and giving it a honk while he’s at it.
Directed and written by alumnus Adamma Ebo, “Honk For Jesus, Save Your Soul” is a contender in Sundance Film Festival’s Premieres category.
“Framing Agnes” sprouted roots from a UCLA filing cabinet.
The genre-bending documentary film will premiere in the NEXT category of the Sundance Film Festival and is both directed and written by alumnus Chase Joynt.
Jesse Eisenberg is taking a seat behind the camera.
Known for his angsty on-screen roles, the actor has shifted to the director’s chair. His first feature-length film, “When You Finish Saving the World” debuted in the Premieres category of Sundance Film Festival.
Underneath the face of a movement lie layers of nuance.
Premiering in Sundance Film Festival’s U.S. documentary competition, “Free Chol Soo Lee” explores the story of Chol Soo Lee, a Korean American immigrant who was wrongly convicted of murder in 1970s San Francisco.
For Sydney Flamm, kindness is one stitch away.
After learning to crochet and knit through school clubs and YouTube tutorials, the third-year sociology student said she decided to open her own business, Syd’s Knits.
With a spotlight on the human form, Violet Treadwell Hull’s art is at once sensitive and visceral.
After exploring multiple artistic avenues in high school, such as graphic design and commercial filmmaking, the third-year art student said they felt constrained by the formulaic nature of those environments.
Sarah Wang’s culinary captions lead to lighthearted laughs.
The third-year communication student runs an Instagram page where she posts and rates dishes from various restaurants she visits, spanning Los Angeles to Taiwan.
In the midst of political division and turmoil, “Singing Revolution: The Musical” is telling a story of peace.
The fictionalized retelling of the 1980s Estonian Singing Revolution will premiere Jan.
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