This post was updated April 4 at 8:42 p.m.
Instead of trying to fit into society’s boxes, Nancy Beverly produced a new world.
As a writer and staff member of The UCLA Foundation’s accounting and treasury teams, Beverly wrote, produced and will star in the one-person show “Sister From Another Planet” that is premiering at the Hollywood Fringe Festival on Saturday, Beverly said.
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.
Televisions will be keeping screens warm this winter.
To escape the gloomy weather, audiences can transport themselves to an array of sunny destinations. From a coastal island to the rock-and-roll scene of glitzy Hollywood, the choices for a blazing hot getaway are endless.
When it comes to visual effects, Ethan Nahlinder is inventing his own.
The second-year mechanical engineering student said the visual effects in the ending of Steven Spielberg’s “Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark” were his first filmmaking inspiration.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a motion in mid-November to take steps to decriminalize bike violations.
The board motion followed a Los Angeles Times article that found racial disparities in how LA County sheriff’s deputies handled bike stops.
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