The lineup includes new restorations, a world premiere and treasures from out of this world.
The annual Sketch to Screen discussion returns as a live event at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television.
Lua Kobayashi’s installation, “Where a Forest Once Grew,” is on view in Westwood Village through Feb. 18.
Fifty years ago today, the celebrated author joined students in Royce Hall to talk about his work and his relationship with the slain Black activist.
A Bruin guide to this month’s most intriguing events at UCLA.
The work of ethnomusicologist Anna Morcom, director of the UCLA Center for India and South Asia, focuses on modern Indian and Tibetan performing arts.
Madeline Utter edited the website’s entry about the movie as part of a disability studies course project.
The selections are “a testament to the rich, diverse stories told by talented UCLA filmmakers,” said May Hong HaDuong, director of the UCLA Film & Television Archive.
The programs, which are open to the public, run from January through March at the Billy Wilder Theater at the Hammer Museum.
The Hammer Museum hosts the Los Angeles presentation of the annual showcase, Nov. 30 through Dec. 15.
The latest Hollywood Diversity Report from UCLA signals potential challenges ahead in writers’ rooms.
The school’s new series will feature leading figures in jazz, opera and classical music, along with symposia, lectures and other events.
The collaboration between the Islamic studies program and UCLA Library continues to enrich the field and the world.
Forni comes to the Fowler after an accomplished tenure at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Canada.
$13 million from Arcadia will bolster the Modern Endangered Archives Program.
The programs, which are open to the public, will run through Dec. 18 at the Billy Wilder Theater at the Hammer Museum.
“Particular Histories: Provenance Research in African Arts” is based on the findings of an initiative to trace the movement of objects collected during an exploitative colonial era.
Armenian language scholar Hagop Kouloujian has been appointed to the position for a five-year term.
The UCLA alumna and Los Angeles County supervisor hosted the landmark talk show, which began in 1992.
The free public programs, presented at the Billy Wilder Theater at the Hammer Museum, run from July 8 through Sept. 30.
The UCLA Film & Television Archive series begins June 3 at the Billy Wilder Theater.
Michael Beckerman will deliver the inaugural Lowell Milken Lecture in Jewish Music on May 3. The event is free and open to the public.
From film screenings to data workshops to undergraduate research week, the library will be hosting a wide variety of events.
Building on decades of scholarship, the new Hip Hop Initiative will highlight the local and global impact of this Black art form.
The free spring public programs, presented at the Billy Wilder Theater at the Hammer Museum, begin April 1.