Conservationists are trying to spare the Shawnee National Forest in southern Illinois from loggers. Shawnee Forest Defense’s efforts are detailed in the documentary “Shawnee Showdown: Keep the Forest Standing.” The 2021 film was produced by Cade Bursell, a film professor at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. The documentary will airRead More →

The British director known for his famous adaptation of Mahabharata died on Saturday The British director known for his famous adaptation of mahabharata died Saturday “I can take any empty space and call it a bare stage. A man walks through this empty space while someone else watches, and that’sRead More →

Oscar-winning actor Troy Kotsur (CODA, The Mandalorian) will deliver the commencement address at the upcoming UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television commencement ceremony. Writer-Producer Amy Aniobi (Insecure) will receive the Distinguished Alumni Award at the event. Brian Kite, acting dean of UCLA’s School of Theatre, Film and Television, gaveRead More →

Show hours are 8 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sunday to January 30. Cost: $ 18, $ 20. Season tickets are available. Call 937-424-8477 or visit www.daytonplayhouse.org. 2) Home show If you’re looking to remodel your home in 2022, the Greater Dayton Home Show has professionals inRead More →

The show times are at 8 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays and at 2 p.m. on Sundays until January 30. Cost: $18, $20. Season passes are available. Call 937-424-8477 or visit www.daytonplayhouse.org. 2) Living room of the house If you’re looking to remodel your home in 2022, Greater Dayton HomeRead More →

Brian Kite, Acting Dean of the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television (UCLA TFT) today announced that actress, screenwriter, director and activist Michelle Krusiec (Hollywood, Float) has been named Regents’ Lecturer at the Department of Theater of the School of Theater, Film and Television at UCLA. His appointment, forRead More →

Rehearsals are underway for in-person classes this fall. After a year of fully online courses, the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television has prepared a variety of courses for a hybrid or in-person environment that will allow students to engage in an interactive environment. While the selection of taughtRead More →

The Times Square coronavirus vaccination site serving the Broadway theater industry opened today with an open invitation to city film and television workers. In a press conference this morning, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio expanded the reach of the previously announced Times Square site to include the city’sRead More →

Art and Culture Centers in the Phoenix area are working hard to deliver exciting new art exhibits and performances in the safest way possible despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Theaters, including the Herberger Theater Center, have set up their stages outside. The Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts will hostRead More →

The winter season traditionally offers a full plate of theater, dance and other artistic events. But with the COVID-19 restrictions still firmly in place, businesses have had to pivot to provide theater and film audiences with new opportunities to enjoy performances. While some organizations are still finalizing plans and deliveryRead More →

BUDAPEST, Hungary – Thousands of students, professors and supporters of the Hungarian University of Theater and Film Arts formed a human chain between their institution and parliament on Sunday to protest against the measures taken by the government which decrease its autonomy. Those present at the demonstration passed from handRead More →

Kamasi Washington released a new feature documentary in concert, Kamasi Washington Live at the Apollo Theater. The Amazon Music film, directed by Michael garber, highlights Washington’s headlining show in Harlem, New York’s Apollon Theater February 23, 2019. Kamasi Washington Live at the Apollo Theater now broadcasts exclusively on Amazon PrimeRead More →

A $ 10 million pledge from UCLA alumnus Elizabeth Reiko Kubota Whitney and Kenneth Whitney will support the revitalization of the historic Ralph Freud Playhouse at UCLA School of Drama, Film and Television. Their support will go to building a fascinating 21st century space that will allow students, faculty, staff,Read More →

Highlights include “The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui” and the musical “Hair” The upcoming theater season at UCLA’s School of Theater, Film and Television includes the production of Bertolt Brecht’s “The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui”, the opera “Juana” – a collaboration between Opera UCLA and UCLA’s drama department –Read More →

UCLA TFT students in “Steel Pier”, by John Kander and Fred Ebb, in 2018. LOS ANGELES: The UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television’s drama department has announced its 2018-19 main season. Programming will include two works by Paula Vogel, the school’s first distinguished playwright-in-residence of the school’s Hearst TheaterRead More →

Dean Teri Schwartz and Nadja Swarovski were producers of “Waterschool” UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television By appearing on Netflix, the film will be available to more than 130 million people around the world. “Waterschool,” the first feature documentary produced by theRead More →

UCLA’s School of Drama, Film and Television created the Barbara Boyle Promising Producers Award as part of the school’s Producers Program, the school said on Tuesday. Starting in 2016, the award will be presented to a student from the UCLA TFT Producers program presenting on the annual Producers Marketplace duringRead More →