Directed by Department of Music chairman Dr.
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In the shadow of Hawaii’s Mauna Kea volcano, a young girl, Manu, and her mother lovingly breed a colony of bees.
“A Face in the Crowd is a film that has been unjustly overlooked over the years, for it is more pertinent now than ever.
An artful and uplifting documentary on the life and works of the legendary storyteller and Nobel Prize-winner.
One of the best pictures by formerly blacklisted director John Berry, Claudine stars the late, great, Diahann Carroll as a single mom in Harlem living on welfare with six kids.
In this deeply personal follow-up to his landmark debut Ixcanul, Jayro Bustamante shifts his focus from rural Guatemala to the denizens of Guatemala City but once again sets his sights on
Join us in this kick off to Black History Month and LoboFest. Under the direction of the Emmy-winning Terrance Kelly, the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir brings together over fifty-five singers and
Bring in the New Year with Bob Ross. Unwind with refreshments and a free Bob Ross painting tutorial, no painting experience necessary.
The Navarro Trio will be joined by other string players in a performance of two glorious string quintets.