Unlike Thelonious Ellison, Laura Karpman wants to be recognized for her acclaimed composition.
The composer, who was previously a lecturer at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, recently earned her first Oscar nomination for scoring “American Fiction.” Recognized in four other categories by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the comedy-drama follows a disgruntled novelist who finds unlikely success after publishing a satire on the tropes associated with African American literature.
This post was updated Jan. 25 at 7:58 p.m.
The public’s unhealthy obsession with celebrity relationships is nothing new.
On Sept. 24, 12-time Grammy winner Taylor Swift was spotted cheering Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce as his team defeated the Chicago Bears.
This post was updated Jan. 15 at 7:56 p.m.
The Television Academy’s limited recognition of speculative fiction is far from magical.
With the 75th Primetime Emmy Awards airing Monday, fans of the genre may be watching the ceremony in bittersweet spirits.
For its diamond anniversary, the Emmys are brimming with shining stars.
On Monday night, the 75th annual Emmy Awards will once again applaud excellence across the television industry, live from Los Angeles’ Peacock Theater.
Kai Bowe and Adriane Hopper Williams are uplifting underrepresented voices at the television forefront.
On Wednesday, UCLA Alumni collaborated with the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television to organize the latest panel of “EmPower Hour,” a series aiming to spark discussions around intersectionality and social justice.
This post was updated Nov. 2 at 7:41 p.m.
Nyambo Anuluoha is enthroning Yoruba traditions.
The co-owner of KUTULA by Africana, the oldest African-print clothing store in Los Angeles, will be speaking about the cultural significance of crowns and other headpieces at the Fowler Museum on Friday.
This Halloween, classic films are the spoo-key to a smile.
With an array of treats ranging from haunting horror to family-friendly fun, the holiday has inspired some of Hollywood’s most spellbinding releases.
This post was updated Oct. 27 at 1:35 a.m.
Split between terror and titters, Halloween Horror Nights brings about another year of undead frights.
Open until Oct.
Megan Barlog Hughes is fully booked getting stories from the shelves to the readers.
The alumnus of UCLA’s Screenwriting: Film & TV Comprehensive intensive is the founder of Purple Shelf Media, a marketing company for children’s and young adult books.
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