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Anne Burke

Saving Troubled Minds

Bright light from the door illustrationTwo donors and one scientist fight schizophrenia. They might just win.
Oct 1, 2006

Curtain Up: Tale of 2Cities

Curtain Up: Tale of 2CitiesChavez Ravine and Ebbets Field. Separated by a continent, linked by one legendary baseball club...and the idea of loss of place. Playwright and performer Heather Woodbury explores the theme in a new play at Freud Playhouse.
Oct 1, 2006

Cinematic: The Screen According to Suber

Cinematic: The Screen According to SuberThis UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television professor knows everything about everything when it comes to making movies.
Sep 20, 2006

Love's Labors Won

Love's Labors WonLittle Miss Sunshine makes it to the big screen.
Jul 21, 2006

Monster Man

Monster ManGil Kenan MFA '02 helms Monster House for Steven Spielberg and Robert Zemeckis
Jul 14, 2006

Curtain Up: Drama al Fresco

Curtain Up: Drama al FrescoThis summer Theatricum Botanicum features Bruin alums on stage - and visiting prof Ellen Gear as a director.
Jul 1, 2006

Confessions of a Media Man

Confessions of a Media ManUCLA's Tom Plate talks about his 10 toughest interviews. See if you can match a world leader with his description.
Jul 1, 2006

Water Warriors

Man with a hose photoThe world is running out of drinkable water. A determined trio of UCLA scientists is working to bring hope to a parched planet.
Jul 1, 2006

Curtain Up: Pink Play

Curtain Up: Pink PlayUCLA Live! brings 12-piece orchestra Pink Martini to Royce Hall on June 22 and 23.
Apr 1, 2006

On Exhibit: Dancing to Forget

On Exhibit: Dancing to ForgetThe UCLA Fowler Museum shows the black and white photos of Gil Garcetti, focusing on Cuba's vibrant dance culture.
Apr 1, 2006

Get Ready: Night Flight

Get Ready: Night FlightGet some evening exercise on UCLA's 3.5 mile jogging route.
Apr 1, 2006

The Gospel
According to Los Angeles

Gospel hip-hop singer Teddy BrooksLos Angeles plays a pivotal role in gospel music history. UCLA's gospel archiving project is preserving the stories, songs and colorful past of that rich heritage
Apr 1, 2006

Family Values: Rock and Read

Family Values: Rock and ReadThe 11th annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Books brings "The Rock Bottom Remainders" to campus: a group of authors who perform "music" to raise money for literacy.
Apr 1, 2006

History with a View

History With a ViewThe Getty Villa features breathtaking views and amazing artifacts -- and also a handful of lucky UCLA grad students from the Cotsen Institute, learning how to conserve the art and cultural pieces from the distant past.
Apr 1, 2006

Screen Gems

Hearst Metrotone News Welcome to movie-going UCLA style. No popcorn, no sodas, but nobodyís complaining. At the Film & Television Archive, itís all about the film.
Jan 1, 2006

UCLA Confidential

Filmmaker Curtis HansonAcademy Award-winning filmmaker Curtis Hanson talks about his life in film and why the UCLA Film & Television Archive, of which he is honorary chairman, is a hidden gem.
Jan 1, 2006

No Drivers Wanted

Golem Group/UCLA team membersThe true tale of an intrepid team of robot-lovers, their quest to win a Pentagon-sponsored race through the desert, and how UCLA backed their play.
Jan 1, 2006