The lioness within the women in Iran is being unleashed, igniting a global movement.
Written and directed by alumnus Arrad Rahgoshay, “Lioness (A Freedom Project for Iran)” stresses the humanitarian violations and injustices of the Islamic Republic of Iran, spearheading themes of freedom by displaying tenacious female figures.
After taking a quick trip to Vegas last year, music’s biggest night is flying back to Los Angeles.
Premiering live from Crypto.com Arena, the 65th Annual Grammy Awards will honor this year’s biggest musical releases on Sunday.
Whether it’s a rhythm for the rain or sun, Bruins will have plenty of tunes to keep them company under their umbrellas. With upcoming releases home to haunting atmospheres and flying sparks, this season’s album forecast has temperatures ranging from ice cold to steamy.
With the seasons changing, fall is welcoming the latest literature, and authors are looking to ensure audiences turn the crisp pages of their upcoming books. From upcoming fantasies to thought-provoking releases, the newest novels are bound to keep readers cozily satisfied.
The Emmys are returning for another golden night of celebrating trailblazing television.
The 74th annual Emmy Awards will once again bring the biggest names on the small screen to the Microsoft Theater.
This post was updated Aug. 7 at 12:34 p.m.
“Songs to the Moon” will contain an intergalactic assortment of other-worldly sounds.
On Sunday, the Hammer Museum will host “Songs to the Moon,” a free-of-admission concert that features an array of instruments played by UCLA-affiliated performers.
Iranian cinema is hitting the ground – and the road – running with its newest celebration of film.
The UCLA Film & Television Archive and Farhang Foundation are continuing their tradition of embracing Iranian cinema since the event’s start in 1990.
This post was updated April 20 at 12:00 p.m.
Ancient Persia is expanding its influence once more – this time, at the Getty Villa.
The art museum is featuring the exhibition “Persia: Ancient Iran and the Classical World” until Aug.
Spring is here, and TV lovers are forecasting a vibrant array of shows.
In the spirit of new beginnings, this season’s television releases promise both novel original series and long-awaited continuations of fan favorites.
Disney has catered “A Whole New World” of tunes to lo-fi lovers.
“Lofi Minnie: Focus” features 10 of Disney’s classic hits reimagined including “You’ve Got a Friend in Me” and “How Far I’ll Go.” Implementing elements of nostalgia while maintaining the meditative state typical to the lo-fi genre, alumnus and manager of the Mickey and Friends franchise Jenise Fretz said the March 18 album encourages escapism.
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