Saturday, February 24

Movie review: ‘Game Night’

(Courtesy of Hopper Stone)

(Courtesy of Hopper Stone)

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A movie is bound to be entertaining if its main characters play “Dance Dance Revolution” at their wedding ceremony. Directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein’s latest action-comedy “Game Night” follows a group of friends who find themselves unwittingly involved in the world of organized crime during a weekly game-night gathering.


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Video: Professor Willy Souly on West African dance

UCLA dance professor Willy Souly shared how his experience and involvement with West African dance has shaped his life. From a young age, Souly participated in this type of dance as a cultural tradition in Africa and has since sought to spread the tradition to Southern California. Read more...

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Jon Fitzgerald, a professional filmmaker, will moderate and participate in a discussion at the inaugural Spark Change Summit on Friday at the James Bridges Theater. The summit, presented by UCLA’s Skoll Center for Social Impact Entertainment, will feature three panel discussions that deal with different aspects of social impact entertainment. (Chengcheng Zhang/Daily Bruin)

UCLA Summit to discuss social impact media

Jon Fitzgerald directed a documentary about a group of American teenage girls who hiked to Machu Picchu as part of an empowerment program. Through the film, Fitzgerald said he shared their experiences in the hopes of inspiring all girls to become leaders. Read more...

Jon Fitzgerald, a professional filmmaker, will moderate and participate in a discussion at the inaugural Spark Change Summit on Friday at the James Bridges Theater. The summit, presented by UCLA’s Skoll Center for Social Impact Entertainment, will feature three panel discussions that deal with different aspects of social impact entertainment. (Chengcheng Zhang/Daily Bruin)

(Evan Charfauros/ Daily Bruin)
(Evan Charfauros/ Daily Bruin)

Seed the Commons, a San Francisco-based organization, hosted a food justice lecture Tuesday followed by a tamale-making workshop at UCLA. The lecture and workshop taught attendees about problems with the international food system by comparing it to precolonial Mesoamerican food models. (Alexandra Del Rosario/Daily Bruin)
Seed the Commons, a San Francisco-based organization, hosted a food justice lecture Tuesday followed by a tamale-making workshop at UCLA. The lecture and workshop taught attendees about problems with the international food system by comparing it to precolonial Mesoamerican food models. (Alexandra Del Rosario/Daily Bruin)

The Hammer Museum announced its $180 million capital campaign to expand and renovate the museum's space Thursday morning. The project is set to go on until 2020. (Daily Bruin file photo)
The Hammer Museum announced its $180 million capital campaign to expand and renovate the museum's space Thursday morning. The project is set to go on until 2020. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Alumnus Greg Schreiner began collecting costumes in the early '80s, acquiring pieces such as a sparkly gown worn by Ginger Rogers and a suit worn by Fred Astaire. He will showcase some of the costumes in his show, "Hollywood Revisited: A Glamorous Musical Theater Extravaganza." (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)
Alumnus Greg Schreiner began collecting costumes in the early '80s, acquiring pieces such as a sparkly gown worn by Ginger Rogers and a suit worn by Fred Astaire. He will showcase some of the costumes in his show, "Hollywood Revisited: A Glamorous Musical Theater Extravaganza." (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)


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