The UCLA Film & Television Archive looks at contemporary Taiwanese film through the lens of one of the most vibrant and progressive democracies in the region.
After World War II, movie studios like MGM and Paramount found themselves at a crossroads as they adapted to changes brought on by both the war and the advancement of filmmaking technology.
The UCLA Film & Television Archive is giving people in Los Angeles a rare chance to see this tradition in person.
Following the feminist and civil rights movements, Hollywood gradually began employing women as movie directors, though they still faced institutionalized sexism.
The UCLA Film & Television Archive is restoring the work of these short-lived, largely forgotten independent studios that operated between the late 1920s and mid-1950s.
In honor of its 50th anniversary, Canyon Cinema is hitting the road for an international tour of screenings featuring avant-garde and artist-made films.
In honor of the new edition of Brakhage’s 1963 book Metaphors of Vision, the UCLA Film & Television Archive and the Los Angeles Filmforum are screening some of his most seminal films.