The 2021-2022 television season showed viewers that the small screen continues to pave the way in uplifting diverse voices.
Last month, UCLA released the second part of the 2023 Hollywood Diversity Report, which examines the degree to which underrepresented groups were involved both in front of and behind the camera during last year’s television season.
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.
This post was updated Oct. 17 at 8:18 p.m.
Justin Torres is piecing together hidden histories in his latest work.
Recently chosen as a finalist for the 2023 National Book Award, “Blackouts” was released Tuesday.
This post was updated Oct. 15 at 7:46 p.m.
As the temperatures cool and the days grow shorter, gamers can expect a harvest of exciting releases.
This post was updated Oct. 12 at 8:52 p.m.
Through her eclectic background in the arts, Marissa Pérez is tailoring her own trends.
Previously an event producer and managing director of the Student Committee for the Arts at UCLA, the alumnus currently works as a wardrobe stylist in the fashion industry.
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