The Pollock Theater held a rare 35mm screening of Beautiful Duckling with legendary screenwriter Chang Yung-hsiang. More>

Script to Screen was proud to present Star Wars: The Force Awakens with Oscar® - Nominated editor Maryann Brandon More>

We were privileged to experience the silent film Pandora's Box as it was meant to be seen, accompanied by a live pianist, Michael Mortilla More>

Script to Screen congratulates Josh Singer, screenwriter of Spotlight, for winning the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay. More>

We were honored to bring back UCSB alumn and 2016 Oscar nominee for Best Animated Short for his film World of Tomorrow, Don Hertzfeldt.  More>

Upcoming Events

Wednesday, October 5, 2016 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Event is free but a reservation is recommended to guarantee a seat

Tickets will be released on Thursday, September 22nd at 11am

A compelling new documentary directed by UCSB alumna Roxanne Frias exploring how the growth of the US Latino population will influence the Country's political future. Post-screening discussion and Q&A moderated by Professors Mario Garcia and Cristina Venegas.


LIFEFORMS: AN EVENING WITH MAKE-UP ARTIST MICHAEL WESTMORE

Thursday, October 6, 2016 - 7:00pm - 10:00pm

Event is free but a reservation is recommended to guarantee a seat

Tickets will be released on Thursday, September 15th at 11am

Join us to celebrate the career of the legendary, award-winning make-up artist and UCSB Alumnus Michael Westmore. The evening begins with the 20th anniversary screening of Star Trek: First Contact. We meet the man behind the masks in a post-screening conversation as we talk about his film work (Raging Bull, Rocky, and his Academy Award® for Mask), his 18 years working on Star Trek, and his role as a mentor on the Syfy Channel's show Face-Off. Pollock Theater Director Matt Ryan will moderate the Q&A with Michael Westmore.