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UCTV presents the people making film and television, and those discussing the impact of media on contemporary society.

Latest Episodes

Uncovered: Health Care Conversations with Ady Barkan

Contextualizing the fight for healthcare reform, honoring the connection between nurses and patients, and personalizing the struggles with the US healthcare system all arise in this conversation between activist Ady Barkan, Uncovered: Healthcare Conversations with Ady Barkan series creator Liz Jaff, director Nick Bruckman, and Carsey-Wolf Center Associate Director Emily Zinn. This powerful discussion explores the complex challenges of navigating healthcare in the US and the urgency of political reform. Series: "Carsey-Wolf Center" [Show ID: 35393]

38 MIN2019 DEC 18
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Uncovered: Health Care Conversations with Ady Barkan

Icons of Dissent with Jeremy Prestholdt

Jeremy Prestholdt examines how Che Guevara, Bob Marley, Tupac Shakur, and Osama bin Laden are major "dissenters" who have represented challenges to the world order. Prestholdt explores the appeal of these four figures over five decades, in part revealing two aspects of an increasingly interconnected world: the tension between shared global symbols and their local interpretations, and the intersection of political vision and consumerism. Series: "Library Channel" [Show ID: 35243]

51 MIN2019 NOV 25
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Icons of Dissent with Jeremy Prestholdt

Changemakers Leading with Kindness and Compassion - Global Empowerment Summit 2019

Empathy and grace in business and society can lead to profound change. Neal Nybo, Ken Blanchard, Nicole J. Phillips, Barbara Glanz and Jacques Spitzer discuss enthusiastic servant leadership and the practice of being tender with each other. One kind act can change a life and motivate a community. Series: "Global Empowerment Summit" [Show ID: 35333]

51 MIN2019 NOV 14
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Changemakers Leading with Kindness and Compassion - Global Empowerment Summit 2019

Unstoppable Leaders - Global Empowerment Summit 2019

Celebrated leaders in their respective fields discuss the initiatives and breakthroughs that they spearheaded in areas that people thought were impossible or ahead of their time. Featuring Martin Cooper of Dyna, LLC, Arlene Harris of Wrethink, changemaker John Ross, Carrie Hessler Radelet of Project Concern International, and Larry Smarr of University of California, San Diego. Series: "Global Empowerment Summit" [Show ID: 35332]

56 MIN2019 NOV 14
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Unstoppable Leaders - Global Empowerment Summit 2019

Game of Thrones - Script to Screen

Director Jeremy Podeswa joins Pollock Theater Director Matt Ryan for a Script to Screen discussion of the season 7 finale of Game of Thrones, “The Dragon and the Wolf.” Podeswa recalls his admiration for the cast, the challenges of creating a show that transcends the episode length and production values of typical television programming, and his creative influences. The talk focuses in particular on shooting a complicated ensemble showdown where many main cast members finally share a scene simultaneously and what was involved in bringing that moment to the screen. Series: "Script to Screen" [Humanities] [Show ID: 34755]

57 MIN2019 APR 16
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Game of Thrones - Script to Screen

Zucked with Roger McNamee - Helen Edison

Noted tech venture capitalist Roger McNamee, an early mentor to Mark Zuckerberg, woke up to the serious damage Facebook and other social media outlets are doing to our society and set out to try to stop it. McNamee is in conversation with Jeff Light, publisher and editor of The San Diego Union-Tribune. Series: "Helen Edison Lecture Series" [Humanities] [Show ID: 34249]

51 MIN2019 MAR 7
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Zucked with Roger McNamee - Helen Edison

Inventing Languages: A Conversation in Language Construction

Constructed languages, or conlangs, are well-known in science fiction and fantasy literature as ways of creating an immersive world-building experience. Join us in learning how linguists design the sound systems and grammars to behind some of our favorite conlangs. With Grant Goodall (Professor and Language Program Director, UC San Diego Linguistics), David J. Peterson (Creator of Dothraki, Game of Thrones), and Paul Frommer (Creator of Na’vi, Avatar). Moderated by Tamara Rhodes (Linguistics Subject Librarian, UC San Diego Library). Series: "Library Channel" [Humanities] [Show ID: 34407]

58 MIN2019 FEB 25
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Inventing Languages: A Conversation in Language Construction

Beatles Revolutions - A Hard Day's Night

Screaming girls, overwhelmed security, and segregated auditoriums all arise in musicology Professor David Novak (UC Santa Barbara) and rock journalist Ivor Davis’ discussion about Richard Lester’sA Hard Day’s Night(1964) and the Beatles’ American audience reception. Part of a small cadre of British journalists invited, Davis accompanied the Beatles for the entirety of their astonishing first US tour. The two discuss the Beatles’ connections to earlier musicians and the unprecedented passion they were showered with by young American fans. Series: "Carsey-Wolf Center" [Humanities] [Show ID: 34473]

39 MIN2019 FEB 21
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Beatles Revolutions - A Hard Day's Night

Nadie Discussion with Miguel Coyula and Lynn Cruz

A Q&A session with Writer/Director/Producer Miguel Coyula and Actor/Co-Producer Lynn Cruz of the documentary Nadie (2017). Coyula and Cruz discuss the production of the film and their work with the subject of the documentary, the reclusive Cuban poet, Rafael Alcides. The Q&A session, moderated by UCSB FIlm and Media Studies Professor, Cristina Venegas, covers the banning of the film in Cuba, the effect that making an “Anti-Revolutionary Film” has had on Coyula and Cruz, and the reception of the film in light of the deaths of both Fidel Castro and Alcides. This is Coyula’s first documentary feature, he was previously awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship for the production of Memories of Overdevelopment (2010). Series: "Carsey-Wolf Center" [Humanities] [Show ID: 34472]

32 MIN2019 FEB 21
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Nadie Discussion with Miguel Coyula and Lynn Cruz

Dawn Solér - Powerful Music Supervisor Who is Changing the Way We Watch TV

As a music supervisor and executive on such films as The Big Lebowski, Sweet Home Alabama and Dead Man Walking, Dawn Solér joined ABC Studios in 2006 to bring her extensive film experience to the world of television. Once there, she established a full-service music department that manages every musical component on all of its shows -- the hiring of music supervisors and composers, budgets and integrating music from programming into marketing. Series: "Innovator Stories: Creating Something from Nothing" [Humanities] [Business] [Show ID: 34368]

57 MIN2019 JAN 28
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Dawn Solér - Powerful Music Supervisor Who is Changing the Way We Watch TV

Latest Episodes

Uncovered: Health Care Conversations with Ady Barkan

Contextualizing the fight for healthcare reform, honoring the connection between nurses and patients, and personalizing the struggles with the US healthcare system all arise in this conversation between activist Ady Barkan, Uncovered: Healthcare Conversations with Ady Barkan series creator Liz Jaff, director Nick Bruckman, and Carsey-Wolf Center Associate Director Emily Zinn. This powerful discussion explores the complex challenges of navigating healthcare in the US and the urgency of political reform. Series: "Carsey-Wolf Center" [Show ID: 35393]

38 MIN2019 DEC 18
Comments
Uncovered: Health Care Conversations with Ady Barkan

Icons of Dissent with Jeremy Prestholdt

Jeremy Prestholdt examines how Che Guevara, Bob Marley, Tupac Shakur, and Osama bin Laden are major "dissenters" who have represented challenges to the world order. Prestholdt explores the appeal of these four figures over five decades, in part revealing two aspects of an increasingly interconnected world: the tension between shared global symbols and their local interpretations, and the intersection of political vision and consumerism. Series: "Library Channel" [Show ID: 35243]

51 MIN2019 NOV 25
Comments
Icons of Dissent with Jeremy Prestholdt

Changemakers Leading with Kindness and Compassion - Global Empowerment Summit 2019

Empathy and grace in business and society can lead to profound change. Neal Nybo, Ken Blanchard, Nicole J. Phillips, Barbara Glanz and Jacques Spitzer discuss enthusiastic servant leadership and the practice of being tender with each other. One kind act can change a life and motivate a community. Series: "Global Empowerment Summit" [Show ID: 35333]

51 MIN2019 NOV 14
Comments
Changemakers Leading with Kindness and Compassion - Global Empowerment Summit 2019

Unstoppable Leaders - Global Empowerment Summit 2019

Celebrated leaders in their respective fields discuss the initiatives and breakthroughs that they spearheaded in areas that people thought were impossible or ahead of their time. Featuring Martin Cooper of Dyna, LLC, Arlene Harris of Wrethink, changemaker John Ross, Carrie Hessler Radelet of Project Concern International, and Larry Smarr of University of California, San Diego. Series: "Global Empowerment Summit" [Show ID: 35332]

56 MIN2019 NOV 14
Comments
Unstoppable Leaders - Global Empowerment Summit 2019

Game of Thrones - Script to Screen

Director Jeremy Podeswa joins Pollock Theater Director Matt Ryan for a Script to Screen discussion of the season 7 finale of Game of Thrones, “The Dragon and the Wolf.” Podeswa recalls his admiration for the cast, the challenges of creating a show that transcends the episode length and production values of typical television programming, and his creative influences. The talk focuses in particular on shooting a complicated ensemble showdown where many main cast members finally share a scene simultaneously and what was involved in bringing that moment to the screen. Series: "Script to Screen" [Humanities] [Show ID: 34755]

57 MIN2019 APR 16
Comments
Game of Thrones - Script to Screen

Zucked with Roger McNamee - Helen Edison

Noted tech venture capitalist Roger McNamee, an early mentor to Mark Zuckerberg, woke up to the serious damage Facebook and other social media outlets are doing to our society and set out to try to stop it. McNamee is in conversation with Jeff Light, publisher and editor of The San Diego Union-Tribune. Series: "Helen Edison Lecture Series" [Humanities] [Show ID: 34249]

51 MIN2019 MAR 7
Comments
Zucked with Roger McNamee - Helen Edison

Inventing Languages: A Conversation in Language Construction

Constructed languages, or conlangs, are well-known in science fiction and fantasy literature as ways of creating an immersive world-building experience. Join us in learning how linguists design the sound systems and grammars to behind some of our favorite conlangs. With Grant Goodall (Professor and Language Program Director, UC San Diego Linguistics), David J. Peterson (Creator of Dothraki, Game of Thrones), and Paul Frommer (Creator of Na’vi, Avatar). Moderated by Tamara Rhodes (Linguistics Subject Librarian, UC San Diego Library). Series: "Library Channel" [Humanities] [Show ID: 34407]

58 MIN2019 FEB 25
Comments
Inventing Languages: A Conversation in Language Construction

Beatles Revolutions - A Hard Day's Night

Screaming girls, overwhelmed security, and segregated auditoriums all arise in musicology Professor David Novak (UC Santa Barbara) and rock journalist Ivor Davis’ discussion about Richard Lester’sA Hard Day’s Night(1964) and the Beatles’ American audience reception. Part of a small cadre of British journalists invited, Davis accompanied the Beatles for the entirety of their astonishing first US tour. The two discuss the Beatles’ connections to earlier musicians and the unprecedented passion they were showered with by young American fans. Series: "Carsey-Wolf Center" [Humanities] [Show ID: 34473]

39 MIN2019 FEB 21
Comments
Beatles Revolutions - A Hard Day's Night

Nadie Discussion with Miguel Coyula and Lynn Cruz

A Q&A session with Writer/Director/Producer Miguel Coyula and Actor/Co-Producer Lynn Cruz of the documentary Nadie (2017). Coyula and Cruz discuss the production of the film and their work with the subject of the documentary, the reclusive Cuban poet, Rafael Alcides. The Q&A session, moderated by UCSB FIlm and Media Studies Professor, Cristina Venegas, covers the banning of the film in Cuba, the effect that making an “Anti-Revolutionary Film” has had on Coyula and Cruz, and the reception of the film in light of the deaths of both Fidel Castro and Alcides. This is Coyula’s first documentary feature, he was previously awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship for the production of Memories of Overdevelopment (2010). Series: "Carsey-Wolf Center" [Humanities] [Show ID: 34472]

32 MIN2019 FEB 21
Comments
Nadie Discussion with Miguel Coyula and Lynn Cruz

Dawn Solér - Powerful Music Supervisor Who is Changing the Way We Watch TV

As a music supervisor and executive on such films as The Big Lebowski, Sweet Home Alabama and Dead Man Walking, Dawn Solér joined ABC Studios in 2006 to bring her extensive film experience to the world of television. Once there, she established a full-service music department that manages every musical component on all of its shows -- the hiring of music supervisors and composers, budgets and integrating music from programming into marketing. Series: "Innovator Stories: Creating Something from Nothing" [Humanities] [Business] [Show ID: 34368]

57 MIN2019 JAN 28
Comments
Dawn Solér - Powerful Music Supervisor Who is Changing the Way We Watch TV
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