Fourth-year art student Allison Poerschke specializes in black and white film photography. She takes inspiration from surrealism and most of her work focuses on psychological spaces. (Sakshi Joglekar/Daily Bruin staff)
The mastery of materials is fundamental to the artistic process and the career goal of any artist in their chosen medium. Every method requires a different skill set and can evoke different reactions in viewers.
With her vulnerability on full display, Cameron Mouton passes the pen along to her readers and encourages them to write their own narrative.
The third-year American literature and culture student minoring in African American studies is self-publishing her new poetry and prose collection, “Mixed,” on Saturday, in which she recounts her experiences with racism and sexual assault.
May Hong HaDuong is leading the UCLA Film & Television Archive on a new path in 2021, beginning with her notable appointment.
HaDuong is the first woman and person of color to serve as the director of the 55-year-old Archive, the world’s largest university-held collection and the nation’s second largest collection of motion pictures.
“Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game” was originally released in 2010 – and the game’s creators should have left it in the past.
Ubisoft rereleased the game under the expanded title “Scott Pilgrim vs.
The impact of music extends far beyond the play and pause buttons. Formed in the 1970s as an underground movement, hip-hop has expanded into various art forms and musical sub-genres – with rap specifically being one of the most popular musical styles among today’s youth.
Musical ingenuity and virtual collaboration have led to one of TikTok’s most creative developments.
A crowdsourced production of “Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical” was released Jan. 1 on the theater ticketing platform TodayTix and streamed live Jan.
“Disclosure” is bringing the hammer down on the history of transgender representation.
Originally released in June 2020, the Netflix Original documentary explores how the trans community has been historically depicted in the media by critiquing harmful stereotypes within films and TV shows.
This post was updated Jan. 18 at 7:31 p.m.
Supervillains and blue sky beams take a backseat to laugh tracks and cartoon jingles in “WandaVision.”
It’s been more than a year since Tony Stark snapped Thanos out of existence, leaving the rubble of the Marvel Cinematic Universe ripe for a creative restructuring.
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