A guide to keeping yourself entertained this fall while supporting local film culture.
For this presidential primary, your vote won't only make your voice heard, but get your foot in the door for an a day of truly revolutionary cinema.
After going undistributed when it was made in 1982, a charming African-American romance gets a new lease on life.
A month-long series in Los Angeles honors the horror and exploitation specialists that have amplified voices outside the mainstream — and given a new lease on life to the films that have all the best death scenes.
The Japanese master reflects on his debut feature, resurfacing after being out of print for years on a special new Blu-ray.
Friends and collaborators of the late Beastie Boy recalled how the musical genius became an indie film savior and fine filmmaker in his own right.
On how a survey of the depiction of female professionals in 20th century cinema became personal for the UCLA Film and TV Archive programmer.
Catching up with the sensational 77-year-old singer who's still on the move.
Programmers from the Academy, Drafthouse LA, Cinefamily and UCLA gathered at the Hammer to talk shop and spill secrets on how and why certain films play in LA and others don't.
The visionary behind the wildly popular outdoor screening series talks about bringing films to life at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery.
The school's director of programming and special projects on building one of L.A.'s most diverse (and free) screening series.