With “Napoleon” storming into theaters, we ask UCLA doctoral student Wilfrid Grandhomme about the infamous emperor.
10th annual Hollywood Diversity Report finds more top TV shows feature racially, ethnically diverse casts
Disability, race/ethnicity and gender representation in 2021–22 continued to lag in this industry deep dive across streaming, cable and broadcast.
Doctoral candidate Shantée Ayala Rosario explains whether scary entities really can sneak into our dreams on a Halloween night.
With the Oct. 6 release of “The Exorcist: Believer,” UCLA doctoral student Arranne Rispoli looks at the intersection of exorcism and history.
The venue, which expands the footprint of UCLA and the arts deeper into the Westwood neighborhood, will host more than 50 performances during the 2023–24 season.
Public programs run through Dec. 17 at the Billy Wilder Theater at the Hammer Museum.
The gift from Michael and Susan Kahn will include additional funding for classes and workshops.
Sept. 8 is the anniversary of the TV show’s debut. We asked 2 UCLA scholars to talk about the generation-spanning galactic phenomenon.
We ask UCLA doctoral student Kevin Cruz Amaya about Latino film representation getting a superheroic charge.
Harryette Mullen, celebrated poet, literary scholar and UCLA English professor, has a singular way of connecting readers with the world around them.
With “The Meg 2” opening in theaters, we ask UCLA Ph.D. candidate De’Marcus Robinson which he would rather face.
The venue will hold a free open house featuring a performance by Las Cafeteras to welcome community members.
Filmmaker Ross Lipman talks about his in-depth look at “Crossroads,” which will be shown at the Billy Wilder Theater July 30.
A UCLA doctoral student imagines how the giants of British literature might react to the world’s most famous doll.
The James Horner Collection includes thousands of personal notes, scores, and orchestrations from over a hundred films.
As “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” whips into theaters, a UCLA doctoral candidate describes her real-life archaeology adventures.
Despite the progress, Latinos’ narratives and experiences remain largely invisible in both authorship and editorial content, according to a UCLA study.
Programs, which are open to the public, run through Aug. 26 at the Billy Wilder Theater at the Hammer Museum.
The 2023–24 lineup includes an eclectic mix of global, national and local artists; tickets go on sale June 23.
On the eve of the “Little Mermaid” premiere, a UCLA doctoral candidate speaks up for the jellyfish.
The mini-documentaries feature UCLA professors Chon Noriega and Peter Sellars and filmmaker Zackary Drucker.
Miramontes, a UCLA alumnus, comes to CAP UCLA from REDCAT, where he has served as deputy executive director and curator since 2019.
UCLA professors Jacob Foster and Danny Snelson weigh in on how artificial intelligence might influence and invigorate writing, art and culture.
His archive, which was donated to UCLA Library in 2003, is in the spotlight thanks to a slate of upcoming projects.
Screenings, which run from June 2 to 18 in Westwood and Eagle Rock, are free to the public.