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


UCSB GRITtalks: DAVID VALENTINE

Tuesday, July 5, 2016 - 7:30pm - 9:00pm

UCSB GRITtalks: Ocean Exploration - From Genes to Geology

The event is free, but a reservation is recommended in order to guarantee a seat.

David Valentine's talk will highlight recent ocean exploration activities undertaken by UCSB faculty, staff and students.  The talk will focus on scientific discoveries enabled through the combined use of manned submarines, remote controlled, and fully autonomous underwater vehicles.  The discoveries themselves range from bizarre viruses to waste dump sites to geologic features and highlight the power of exploration for discovery.


UCSB GRITtalks: KYLE RATNER

Thursday, July 7, 2016 - 7:30pm - 9:00pm

UCSB GRITtalks: Can Acetaminophen Influence How We Perceive Other People?

The event is free, but a reservation is recommended in order to guarantee a seat.

The popular over-the-counter-medication, acetaminophen, is generally used to reduce fever and pain.  However, a growing body of research suggests that the drug has broader psychological effects.  The presentation discusses Kyle Ratner’s research examining the effects of acetaminophen on social group biases in person perception. He ends by suggesting that more research is necessary to fully characterize the effects of widely used drugs on social behavior and society.