(Isabella Lee/Illustrations Director)
Cinema’s clash of the classes paints a frightening portrait of a status-obsessed society. From rags-to-riches stories of the self-made man portrayed in movies such as “The Wolf of Wall Street” to cryptic depictions of the tiresome nature of consumerism shown in “Fight Club,” cinema has long tackled capitalism and its pitfalls.
Gavin Hudner is tuning up to become a musical jack-of-all-trades.
The singer, songwriter and producer is pursuing his passion for music as a third-year ethnomusicology student.
Not all dirt roads taste of salt when the company and scenery along the way are so sweet.
Produced by alumnus Maria Altamirano, “All Dirt Roads Taste of Salt” premiered in the U.S.
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With the force of an earthquake, vibrant voices are shaking up the music scene. Whether it be their deft merging of genres or reliance on nontraditional instrumentals, this season’s surging artists are making noise with unconventional, inventive musical methods.
This post was updated Jan. 31 at 9:47 p.m.
Zoë Madarang is giving banana bread a lift.
In March, the fourth-year economics student started her small business, Banana Bread Love by Zoë, also known as BBL.
In the more than 90 years since its conception, the horror genre in film has undergone major ebbs and flows in its storylines and themes. Horror movies have always influenced and shaped each other throughout history.
Eileen finds an unlikely companion in prison.
Based on the novel of the same name, William Oldroyd’s thriller, “Eileen,” screened in the Premieres category of Sundance Film Festival 2023.
The UCLA Film & Television Archive is resurrecting the stories of incarcerated women.
On Saturday, the Archive will screen a digitally restored version of “We’re Alive,” a 1974 documentary detailing the experiences of women at the California Institution for Women, a state prison for female inmates in Chino, California.
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