Monday, May 29

Second-year undeclared student Aman Adlakha, fourth-year English student Harit Muttreja and second-year communication studies student Will Greenberg went to the 2017 Cannes Film Festival with their film "The Spaceman."
Second-year undeclared student Aman Adlakha, fourth-year English student Harit Muttreja and second-year communication studies student Will Greenberg went to the 2017 Cannes Film Festival with their film "The Spaceman."

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"Rialto, CA. 1993" is one of three one-act plays student members of Lapu, the Coyote that Cares Theatre Company will perform as part of "The Good, the Plaid, and the Ugly." "Rialto, CA. 1993"
is an original play written by third-year global studies student Cameron Coulter. (Courtesy of Simon Joo)
"Rialto, CA. 1993" is one of three one-act plays student members of Lapu, the Coyote that Cares Theatre Company will perform as part of "The Good, the Plaid, and the Ugly." "Rialto, CA. 1993"
is an original play written by third-year global studies student Cameron Coulter. (Courtesy of Simon Joo)

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Five productions take home awards at 2017 Shorttakes film festival

The audience was suspended in stunned silence moments before bursting into applause at the culmination of the 23rd Annual Shorttakes Student Film Festival’s last film. The Audience Choice Award-winning film, “Ruby Locus,” directed by fourth-year political science student Alvaro Wong, tells the narrative of a young girl kidnapped while on a date with a man she met online who later takes part in sexually assaulting and murdering her. Read more...

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Students Feven Negussie, Armando Berumen, Giselle Horta and Andres Esparza (left to right) filmed the first episode for their web series "Predominantly White Institution" at Powell Library on Sunday. (Andrew Arifin/Daily Bruin)

Students bring friendship, campus life at UCLA to new web series

Four UCLA students filmed the first episode for their web series at Powell Library on Sunday afternoon. It took Armando Berumen at least five tries to catch a crumpled piece of paper – the paper will be edited to include Berumen’s name on it for the opening credits of the series, “Predominantly White Institution.” Giggles erupted from the cast and crew amid Powell Library’s book stacks each time the first-year undeclared student missed the paper ball. Read more...

Students Feven Negussie, Armando Berumen, Giselle Horta and Andres Esparza (left to right) filmed the first episode for their web series "Predominantly White Institution" at Powell Library on Sunday. (Andrew Arifin/Daily Bruin)

UCLA Extension graduate Daniela Arguello wrote and directed the short film “2500KM” with a $500 budget in Guatemala. The film tells the story of a Guatemalan woman who escapes an abusive relationship by traveling to America. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin staff)
UCLA Extension graduate Daniela Arguello wrote and directed the short film “2500KM” with a $500 budget in Guatemala. The film tells the story of a Guatemalan woman who escapes an abusive relationship by traveling to America. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin staff)

Ian McShane (left) and Ricky Whittle (right)
 play the main characters Mr. Wednesday and Shadow Moon in the new Starz television series "American Gods," based on a 2001 novel of the same name by Neil Gaiman. (Courtesy of Starz)
Ian McShane (left) and Ricky Whittle (right)
 play the main characters Mr. Wednesday and Shadow Moon in the new Starz television series "American Gods," based on a 2001 novel of the same name by Neil Gaiman. (Courtesy of Starz)


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