Category Archives: Classic Photography

An Austin wedding that exuded casual elegance

When Sophia and Louis were students at Washington University in St. Louis, their friends decided to set them up. Once the two met in March 2015, the rest was history. They dated throughout college and even moved in together after in Boston. In June 2020, the duo embarked on a new chapter: living at Austin, […]

The Wheel at ICON Park will launch a new experience in early 2023

The Great Florida Road Trip combines fun and education to create the ultimate family experience ORLANDO, Fla. (November 16, 2022) – An exciting and interactive upgrade is coming to The Wheel at ICON Park. Scheduled to launch in early 2023, “The Great Florida Road Trip, A Classic Vacation and Photo Travelogue with the Flamingo Family” […]

Lavra Joe wins first prize at Pinjarra Classic

Lavra Joe and Chris Lewis. Photo- Photography by Jodie Hallows Lavra Joe took a comprehensive win on Monday in the feature, $35,000 Gr3 Alabar Stud Farm Pinjarra 4YO Classic, in what was an exciting and successful weekend for trainer Ray Jones. Leading since barrier four on Monday, the race for the $1.50 favorite looked like […]

Do you miss the “old” Instagram? Here are 5 alternative apps you can try instead

Did you know Instagram didn’t start out as Instagram? Yes, it was initially called Burbn until its creator Kevin Systrom gave the platform a first image, renaming it Instagram (instant + telegram). While the app initially focused on being a social platform for smartphone photography, the current state of Instagram is all about reels and […]

Best Free Adobe Lightroom Presets

November 3, 2022 Adobe Lightroom presets are a great time saver. Not only do they give you the ability to work quickly and efficiently with large batches of images, but they also provide great opportunities to experiment with your processing style. The beauty of editing in Lightroom is that your adjustments are non-destructive. You can […]

The Mission of Patagonia Books » Yale Climate Connections

When Yvon Chouinard, the founder of outdoor clothing and equipment giant Patagonia, announced its decision to donate his $3 billion company to the new nonprofit organization Holdfast Collective in an effort to fight climate change, Yale Climate Connections was both impressed and curious. How would this change affect the operation of the book that had […]

Luftgekühlt 8 was a joyful SoCal homecoming for air-cooled worship

The 10th edition of the famous celebration of Porsche’s air-cooled past took place a few weeks ago, when Los Angeles hosted Luftgekühlt 8. When it comes to car culture, Southern California provides enthusiasts with as much variety as it does passion. From low riders to hot rods to sports cars, the area has something for […]

This Pennsylvania Artist Creates Futuristic Furniture From Your Trash

You can learn a lot from one person’s trash. Gather more and a different image begins to form. Philadelphia-based artist Nick Missel has come to believe that our trash defines us, a philosophy that’s at the heart of his furniture designs: “Instead of a collection of pixels, balls [of trash] are a composite of human […]

From an Alice Neel investigation to a moving show on the art of still life, here are 9 museum exhibitions to see in Paris

As the debut of Paris+ prepares at the Grand Palais Éphémère, the city’s museums present a rich variety of visually and intellectually stimulating exhibits. Our roundup of nine shows confirms how artists continue to reinvent the wheel while drawing inspiration from artists born decades and centuries before them. “Things – A Story of Still Life”louverUntil […]

Mysteries for All to See: ​Tom Sandberg’s Photography | Photography

In Japan, where I have lived for 33 years, I often see people bowing in front of a telephone as they speak into the handset. Ceremonies are held every year in temples for the sewing needles that are given to make a kimono. My Japanese wife, growing up in Kyoto, learned to apologize to a […]

Poet Golden’s debut collection explores family history and personal identity

Poet, photographer and community organizer GoldenBoston’s first slam poetry show received a standing ovation, cementing Golden’s journey to becoming a local poetry icon. Last August, Golden published his first collection of poetry “A dead name that learned to livewith Game Over Books, a culmination of work they’ve been writing over the past four years in […]

Amazon Prime Early Access Deal: Middle Earth 6-Film 31-Disc Ultimate Collector’s Edition (4K + Blu-ray + Digital) for $100

If you’re a die-hard Tolkein fan, you’ll probably want to get the most comprehensive collection of Peter Jackson Middle Earth movies. This would be the ultimate collector’s edition of 6 Middle-earth movies. It’s normally listed at a premium price of $250, but during the Prime Early Access sale, Amazon is offering it for just $99.99. […]

Event Views | View of Wimberley

Jacob’s Well DAR Meeting Jacob’s Well Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, meets at the Emily Ann Theater in Wimberley on October 6 at 9:40 a.m. for discussion and at 10 a.m. for our business meeting. For more information, please go to [email protected] Texas Football vs. Jarrell Wimberley will face Jarrell at home […]

380 rare vintage cameras on display at Tokyo museum exhibition

Rare and vintage cameras, ranging from those inside a soda can to a lighter as seen in the Hollywood classic ‘Roman Holiday’, are on display at a special exhibit at a museum in India Tokyo camera. The show, which features around 380 unique cameras, is currently taking place at the JCII Camera Museum in Tokyo’s […]

In a reimagining of Puccini’s ‘La Bohème’, the Boston Lyric Opera goes upside down

Jared Bowen, GBH’s Executive Arts Editor, shares his insight into the latest arts and culture happening in and around Boston. On view at the Emerson Colonial Theater through October 2 This Boston Lyric Opera retelling of Puccini’s classic opera is notable for being told backwards. In this version of La Bohème, the story begins with […]

Buster Keaton’s ‘The General’ airs at Rialto Cinemas Elmwood

The general. Credit: United Artists Although I’ve written for Berkeleyside since the site launched in 2009, I haven’t spent much time reviewing silent films. Makes sense, I suppose, since the focus of my column has usually been on recent or new releases, but also unfortunate: despite losing about 70% of silent features (and probably a […]

How street style photographer Christina Fragkou achieves this

Illustration: Samantha Hahn For this special Fashion Week edition of “How I Get There,” we ask successful women how to manage their careers and lives during this hectic time of year. Christina Fragkou has been documenting fashion week for over eight years. As a freelance street style and fashion photographer, this is easily her busiest […]

The best places in New York to learn about Latin culture

Through our beautiful city, near 2.5 million Latino New Yorkers – many of whom have ancestry in countries like Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Ecuador, Colombia, etc. – create a complex mosaic of cultures, cuisines, identities and traditions. And it’s here, in all five boroughs, in enclaves like Washington Heights and Inwood, where 67% […]

Canoeing in Maine: Little Sebago, loved by many, still offers a dose of tranquility

At the beginning of autumn, we are always looking for a popular summer place to visit after the tourist season is over. We recently enjoyed a four hour outing on Little Sebago in North Windham, touring the many islands in the middle part of the lake. As we left the public boat launch, we were […]

William Klein, who helped revolutionize photography, dies aged 96 | Photography

The American photographer William Klein, who stood out for his imagery of fashion and urban life, died in Paris at the age of 96, his son Pierre Klein announced in a press release on Monday. Klein, whose vivid depictions of the turmoil and violence of city life helped revolutionize photography, died “peacefully” on Saturday, the […]

A creative director and an AI created this comic together

Filled with startlingly evocative color and monochrome panels, Summer Island is a tribute to decades of fantasy movies, TV series and comic books. But it also reflects the current state of the art and offers glimpses of what humans and machines can achieve together. The work draws palpable power from its deliberately derivative narrative. These […]

Fujifilm X-H2 vs X-H2S – Direct Comparison

It’s probably fair to say that the original XH1 turned out to be one of Fujifilm’s least popular X-series cameras, but that hasn’t stopped Fujifilm from updating it twice for 2022, d first with the video-centric X-H2S and now also with the brand new X-H2. Yes, that’s right, Fuji chose to release not one but […]

Galaxy Z Fold4, Z Flip4 and Watch5 series latest features are coming to previous generations – Samsung Global Newsroom

From expanded customization options to intuitive multitasking and productivity features, the latest update will allow even more users to improve the way they interact with everyday life. Committed to creating mobile innovations that not only exceed expectations of what’s possible, but bring those innovations to as many people as possible, Samsung is expanding the latest […]

A Vegan Tikkā Recipe From A Chicagoland Doctor With An Indian Cookbook

Many people picked up hobbies while stuck indoors for the first year or so of the pandemic. Sheil Shukla didn’t hang around the house – he’s a doctor – and his hobby led to a published cookbook, with recipes developed, written and photographed by him. “Part of it was a creative outlet during the pandemic,” […]

15 Labor Day Events Across Oklahoma to Celebrate the End of Summer

With Labor Day approaching on September 5, the unofficial end of summer is almost here. Across the Sooner State, this year’s end-of-season festivities include the in-person return from Cherokee National Day and Choctaw Nation Labor Day Festival after two years of cancellations or limitations due to the COVID-19 pandemic; the beginnings of a new glass […]

The beauty of three coasts soon exposed; classic shows on community stages | St. Tammany Community News

The work of three prominent Louisiana photographers celebrating the natural beauty of three of America’s coastal regions will be displayed in a new exhibition at the Christwood Atrium Gallery in Covington from September 10 through October 27. A reception is scheduled from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. on opening day. While all three artists hail […]

40 gifts for 12 year old boys

The Mandalorian Imperial Light Cruiser Introduce your son to the world of Star Wars with this Imperial Light Cruiser Lego kit from The Mandalorian, Season 2. It consists of 1,336 pieces, so it will take dedication and time to build. Comes with additional features such as 2 rotating turrets with spring-loaded shooters, 2 mini TIE […]

Melvin Van Peebles: 10 Essential Movies In Honor Of His Birthday

Less than a year ago, the legendary Melvin Van Peebles passed away. He left behind a legacy as a fiercely independent, multi-hyphenate creator who changed the course of black cinema and cinema in general. Throughout his influential life, Van Peebles has tackled and excelled in every medium of storytelling possible. He has recorded seven studio […]

Family traditions, spinning rides and crowd-pleasing dishes at the Alaska State Fair

Chelsea Trudeau gets her hand stamped as she enters the Alaska State Fair. The Trudeau family, from Wasilla, were the first group to walk through the red door on opening day of the Alaska State Fair in Palmer on Aug. 19, 2022. (Marc Lester/DNA) PALMER — The Trudeau family waited patiently outside the red gate […]

Fun Week at the Kutztown Fair

Crowds again filled the Kutztown fairgrounds for Dutch food, live music, animals, crafts, competitions and fairground rides in Kutztown. “The visitors to the fair are out in force,” Kutztown Fair Manager Ginger Schappell reported Saturday afternoon on the final day of the fair. “The number of visits to our portals has increased considerably this year. […]

Planner of the week: 23 fun things to do in Charlotte, including concerts and the Panthers Fan Fest

mobile photography Skill Pop Online | 7-8:30 p.m. | $24 | Details Why you should go: Content Creator and Photographer Chris Rodarte (@rodartes.corner) will help you up your mobile photography game. It will cover some of the fundamental techniques like composition, lighting and editing. Guided Meditation Series Selenite Beauty | second Tuesdays; 6-7 p.m. | […]

Neve Campbell might not return for Scream 6, but Hayden Panettiere is back and just posted a behind-the-scenes photo

The Scream the franchise continues to pay homage to members of the franchise’s past while balancing the contributions of the new crew that introduced themselves in surprising success Scream – the one from 2022, not the classic from 1996. The fifth Scream had a slew of new faces in its cast who joined series founders […]

Things to do in Sterling & Logan County – August 4 – August 10 – Sterling Journal-Advocate

Thursday August 4 Logan County Farm Bureau Pancake Breakfast — 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m., Logan County Fairgrounds Pavilion. Reserved for livestock exhibitors and families. Logan County Fair Junior Goat Show — 8:00 a.m., Logan County Fairgrounds Expo Center. Caliche inscription — 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at school. For grades K-12. Logan County Fair […]

Santa Cruz celebrates the 35th anniversary of “The Lost Boys”

Thirty-five is a mess of a number, teenage middle age. Teen vampire flick ‘The Lost Boys’ turns 35 today, and there’s no better time to honor this summer blockbuster, which inspired an entire genre that’s still going strong today. today. Reviews curses the movie with low praisebut contrary to expert opinion, people took notice in […]

Elton John’s Farewell Concert and 18 Other Things to Do in Cleveland This Weekend

CLEVELAND, Ohio – This weekend, downtown Cleveland will be packed with spectators for Elton John’s headlining performance at Progressive Field. If you can’t make it to the show, there are still plenty of other events to experience in Northeast Ohio, including art previews, dance parties, theater performances and more. Here are some ideas on how […]

5 neighborhoods beyond the French Quarter to visit in New Orleans

1. Treme Come for the music, but stay for the food. Dating back to 1783, Treme is rich in African American history. The neighborhood was once a place where free people of color could buy goods and where slaves gathered on Sundays to play music in Congo Square. Today you can visit the historic St. […]

Say “cheese! Here are the 12 best places to take pictures in RVA

RICHMOND, Va. (WWBT) – From urban skylines to vibrant sunsets over the James River, central Virginia has so much beauty all around. These must-see spots around Richmond are beautiful in person, but also make incredible backdrops for photos. Whether you’re a professional photographer looking to expand your portfolio, a high school student looking for where […]

Secret oath, Nest set for rematch in G1 CCA Oaks

SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY – secret oath and Nestthe top two Kentucky Oaks 1st-year-olds on May 6 at Churchill Downs, will face off once more in Saturday’s 1st-year, Coaching Club American Oaks $500,000 for 3-year-old fillies running nine furlongs at the Saratoga Racetrack. This year’s race marks only the third time in the last 25 years […]

How the spirit of ancient Stonehenge was captured with a 21st century drone

Ruben Wua Chicago-based British photographer and visual artist, first discovered National geographic like most people: When he was a child, he liked to look at the magazines his father had subscribed to for decades. He dreamed of seeing his photographs in the same magazine – and even on the cover. So when National geographic asked […]

Doc shows how Gloria Swanson saw ‘Sunset Boulevard’ as a musical

SUMMER SONGS: July 23 Bring your best karaoke voice and sing along to the tunes movie, Anne, along with members of the Palm Springs Gay Men’s Chorus at the Palm Springs Cultural Center. Happy hour starts at 6pm in the upstairs bar followed by the movie at 7pm. ‘BOULEVARD! A HOLLYWOOD STORY: JULY 23 From […]

What to see and do at OC Fair 2022

Orange County’s largest community fair, the OC Fair, will return this year with new additions to its attractions and entertainment. This year’s theme “Feel the Sunshine” welcomes the community and highlights the summertime bliss of the season. The OC Fair dates back to 1890 when it started as a small community event with a horse […]

Wall Districts of Nevada | Nevada Murals

Even though millions of Las Vegas residents already loved their city, a common criticism for generations was that despite offering more entertainment than anywhere else on Earth, there remained a lack of places to hang out. locals” and shopping districts – neighborhood hotspots that weren’t in malls or on public property. Finally, in 1998, the […]

Smithsonian to Collect Skateboard Decks and Iconic Skateboard Movie

The Smithsonian’s Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation, USA Skateboarding, and Levitt at the Falls are collaborating this summer to create a one-of-a-kind Innoskate Festival for the Oglala Lakota Nation in Pine Ridge, South Dakota on July 5, and Sioux Falls, South Dakota, July 7-9. Innoskate brings skateboarding and local communities together […]

Long live 35mm: classic focal lengths come to smartphones by Jose Antunes

The new ZTE Axon 40 Ultra has a main camera with a 35mm lens and now Motorola confirms that it uses 35, 50 and 85mm focal lengths common in conventional cameras. Is this the start of a trend? After the ZTE Axon 40 Ultra smartphone introduced 16 (ultra-wide angle), 35 (main camera) and 91mm (telephoto) […]

Need a cheap phone? We compare Apple’s iPhone SE 3 and Samsung’s Galaxy A53 – Twin Cities

Not everyone can afford a smartphone that costs $1,000 or more. We are on a tight budget here at Casa Julio, for example. So when my wife’s nearly decade-old Apple iphone 5s has become obsolete — its iOS operating system is no longer eligible for annual updates, and it can only use a 3G wireless […]

7 Things to Do in Western New York This Weekend: June 24

BUFFALO, NY (WKBW) — If you’re looking to get out and enjoy the weather this weekend, there’s plenty going on in Western New York. Ja Rule performs at Buffalo’s Outer Harbor Concert SeriesOn Friday, American rapper and actor Ja Rule will take the stage at Buffalo’s Outer Harbor Concert Series. Doors open at 5 p.m. […]

Grace Young on saving Chinatowns: “I’m not going to shut up”

Placeholder while loading article actions If there was EGOT status in the food world, Grace Young would get there, and fast. The cookbook author and culinary historian was named the recipient of the Julia Child Foundation’s prestigious Julia Child Award for Food and Culinary Arts last month. And last week, she was recognized as Humanitarian […]

What to cook this weekend

In another alley: This father desires blueberry muffins for breakfast and meatball subs for lunch, followed by a long nap on the sofa under my dog-eared hardcover edition of Selwyn Raab”five families.” Carnitas for dinner, please: braised all afternoon, then crispy shortbread on the grill, to be served with warm tortillas, chopped onion and cilantro, […]

Visualization startup raises $100M in Series B

French visualization startup Nfinite has raised a $100m Series B round from Insight Partners. It allows retailers to design 3D catalogs and product visualizations through its platform. Check out the 7 slide deck that Nfinite used to raise the new capital. A startup that enables e-commerce retailers to design 3D product visualizations has just raised […]

American painter dies – ARTnews.com

Duncan Hannah, an American painter known for his depictions of idyllic landscapes and portraits inspired by adventure stories and classic films, has died, according to Paris reviewwho published his work. An exception among her peers, Hannah focused on figurative painting at a time when the New York art scene was embracing alternative mediums such as […]

Lucian books and wine in Buckhead

Lucian’s Crispy Fries exemplify the form, and it’s hard to resist whether they’re dipped in winter’s horseradish mayonnaise or dabbed in spring’s tarragon mayonnaise. I recommend them with a glass of bubbles and a plate of oysters, which recently came with a filet of mignonette with shiny strawberries and crunchy celery. While you can lounge […]

Best photo books: May and June 2022

This month we look at a collection of COVID-19 portraits of mothers and their children, each captured through glass; a series of subtle B&W photos showing a heterogeneous Parisian district; a look at the history of portrait photography, from the daguerreotype to the selfie; a guide to mindful photography; monochrome photos of the highest peaks […]

Wynton Marsalis sings SFJazz’s praises as he shines in the spotlight at record fundraiser

SFJazz Gala host Wendell Pierce (left) with Wynton Marsalis and Terence Blanchard. Photo: Katie Ravas/Drew Altizer Photography What do you get a highly decorated musician like Wynton Marsalis – nine-time Grammy winner, the first jazz artist to win a Pulitzer Prize and a National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Master? Well, SFJazz didn’t just honor […]

James Blake Interview: “I thought adulation would make me feel something”

The connection between the films of Richard Curtis and one of the most revered producers and singer-songwriters of the past decade may not seem obvious. But, after telling James Blake I started crying at his recent show in London, his response is to talk about the British director’s 2013 film, About time. “I was crying […]

Turn of the seasons: the heat – Surfline

Photography by Joli, Aaron Pierce, Andrew Shield, Nathan Tyack and Josh Whiting “It’s a bit late, actually. said Nathan Tyack. Nathan, who shot a lot of footage for this wonderful story, talks about westerly winds. Not so much westerly winds like the ones blowing through the lower third of southeastern Australia at the moment. No […]

SWCA 2022: 8 things we learned from the Star Wars: Attack of the Clones 20th anniversary panel

Although for some of us it seems like yesterday, it has been 20 years since Star Wars: Attack of the Clones first arrived on cinema screens. To star wars Celebration Anaheim 2022, fans gathered on the event’s biggest stage to hear memories and thoughts on the first all-digital blockbuster and a critical chapter in the […]

15 FREE outdoor festivals + events to look forward to this summer

Railroad Park is hosting several fun, free events this summer. (Bham now) Ready to have fun in the sun without breaking the bank? Check out these fun outdoor festivals and events with free entry. Read on for more details and mark your calendars. What: Enjoy the jubilant conclusion to A Century in Symphony with this […]

Are surfers creative or are creative people just drawn to surfing?

Which inspires the other? Photo: John Hook Imagine any surfer you want. Now imagine an artist. Did the same name come to mind? There is a good chance that it is. With captions George Greenough and Rick Griffinnowadays Dave Rastovich, Ozzy wrong and Thomas Campbell, it’s as if surfing is different from physical activities with […]

Xiaomi and Leica confirm their collaboration on a flagship smartphone released in July 2022

Following rumors at the start of the year, Xiaomi finally confirms its collaboration with Leica Camera and becomes its fourth partner, joining Sharp, Huawei and Panasonic. According to Yahoo, the collaboration between Xiaomi and Leica is not the first time that a phone maker has integrated photographic equipment from a leading camera maker. Looking back, […]

Chefs Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette arrived in Newbury Street

News The casual Italian-style restaurant and wine bar brings award-winning chefs to the heart of Back Bay. Passionate foodies and catering newbies love The Feed. Subscribe now to our bi-weekly newsletter. Chefs Jamie Bissonnette and Ken Oringer. / Photo courtesy of JK Food Group For more than two years, Bostonian globetrotters Ken Oringer and Jamie […]

Albany Photographer Offers Free Pop-Up Photo Shoots

ALBANY, NY (NEWS10) – JP Elario has been photographing weddings for nearly 30 years. He took over Elario Photography from his father, who started the business in 1984. In 2014, he started offering free pop-up portraits to random people on the street. Elario said he wanted to give people a chance to get in front […]

The Quest to Find America’s Top Designers Continues: Exhibit Season 2 Begins May 29

Lele Pons will host the exhibition season 2; Series to showcase Galaxy S22 Ultra camera technology He is back! Exposure, the first mobile contest series of its kind, returns for a second season with episodes one and two dropping May 29 and 30, followed by new episodes airing every Monday and Sunday in June. Viewers […]

Musical review for the benefit of the Jones Auditorium

February 20, 2022 The annual Tommy Jarrell Celebration – to commemorate the life and music of the influential local musician, is scheduled for February 24-24. 26 at the Historic Earle Theater in Mount Airy. The celebration includes concerts, a competition for young people, workshops and a film screening. The popular festival has something for all […]

The Argus C3 film camera was a great way to learn photography

Placeholder while loading article actions Roy Deppa spent the summers of 1969 and 1970 backpacking around Europe. Roy was accompanied by his trusty Argus C3, the film camera he had used as a yearbook photographer at Gaithersburg High School. “One day I left my backpack by my bunk in a hostel, and when I came […]

The Cultural Landscape: Part 3

Text and photographs by KB DIXON As with the portraits in previous episodes of this series, I focused on the talented and creative people whose diverse heritages are destined to become part of our cultural history. My aspirations remain the same: to document the contemporary cultural landscape and produce decent photography, photography that recognizes the […]

Check Out a 1980s Dallas Home Updated with an LA Designer’s Touch

What do you get when you combine a 1980s home designed by a renowned Dallas architect with a recent redesign by a Los Angeles-based design firm? You get this North Dallas home that combines classic design details with modern updates. The house was originally designed by architect Bill Booziotis and built in 1986. In 2017 […]

San Diego Weekend Art Events: Oceanside Music, So Many Photographs, “Don Quixote” and More

“Music in the Museum” and Shinpei Takeda Music, Art, FoodThis Friday, Oceanside Museum of Art is hosting a special music and lowrider festival, featuring music by Dezzy Hollow and street dancing by Wild7s Freestyle Krew. Admission to the museum is free and the event is centered around the ‘Oceanside Unfiltered’ photography exhibit. Rapper by the […]

Three things with Ray Martin: “My future wife issued the ultimatum. She or the Cooper Bristol’ | life and style

BAccording to his own description, Ray Martin has been a journalist for “well over half a century”. That tenure included multiple stints on A Current Affair, the work that made him a household name, as well as spots on everything from ABC’s Four Corners to First Contact on SBS. Along the way, Martin has won […]

Clifton Park’s Criscone is a rising star on the course – The Daily Gazette

Nicole Criscone of Clifton Park shone into the national spotlight at age 10 when she competed in the Drive, Chip & Putt National Championship at Augusta National Golf Club in 2016. Since then she has continued to excel and is one of the capitals. The brightest rising stars in the region. Some of the memories […]

In Memoriam: Oscar Stafsudd, Jr., professor emeritus and expert in micro-optoelectronics

Oscar Stafsudd, Jr. ’59, MS ’61, Ph.D. ’67, professor emeritus of electrical and computer engineering at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering, died April 14 at age 85. For more than 50 years at UCLA, Stafsudd was widely recognized by students and peers for his enthusiasm, passion, and deep understanding of an exceptionally wide range […]

Zineb Sedira pays tribute to Algerian cinema of the 1960s after the liberation

“There are powerful images of the transition to a new life after independence, like Algerians entering houses abandoned by the French,” Sedira said. “The film’s blend of archival material, photographic footage, fiction, and documentary was a discovery of a new path for a militant militant aesthetic.” A few restored scenes from the documentary are included […]