Events and Exhibitions

Media Coverage of 27th-Annual Scripter Ceremony

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Several major entertainment news publications covered the 27th-annual USC Libraries Scripter Award, which honored screenwriter Graham Moore and author Andrew Hodges for their contributions to The Imitation Game. The event was featured in articles by the Los Angeles TimesVariety, The Hollywood ReporterDeadline HollywoodThe Wrap, and Hitfix. Daniel Gavidia also covered the Scripter ceremony for the Daily Trojan. Previously, several publications covered the initial announcement of the five finalist films.

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‘The Imitation Game’ Outplays Competition to Win USC Libraries Scripter Award

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Screenwriter Graham Moore and author Andrew Hodges received the 27th-annual USC Libraries Scripter Award for The Imitation Game. Selection committee chair Howard Rodman announced the winners at the black-tie event on Saturday, Jan. 31, at USC’s historic Doheny Memorial Library. Keep reading to learn more about Scripter.

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Media Coverage of the Scripter Award Finalists Announcement

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Yesterday, the USC Libraries announced the finalists for the 27th-annual Scripter Award, which recognizes the year's best cinematic adaptation of the written word, honoring both the screenwriter and the author of the original work. The Los Angeles Times covered the announcement, as did several major entertainment news publications and websites, including the Hollywood Reporter, Variety, Deadline Hollywood, The WrapHitfix, Thompson on Hollywood, and Awards Watch. The winners will be announced at a January 31 black-tie ceremony in USC's Doheny Library.

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USC Libraries Name Finalists for 27th-Annual Scripter Award

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The USC Libraries have named the authors and screenwriters of Gone Girl, The Imitation Game, Inherent Vice, The Theory of Everything, and Wild as finalists for the 27th-annual USC Libraries Scripter Award. Scripter honors the screenwriter or screenwriters of the year’s most accomplished cinematic adaptation as well as the author or authors of the written work upon which the screenplay is based. Click through to learn more about the award and this year's nominees.

New Exhibition Asks: ‘What Makes a Monster?’

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Monsters take many forms, from vampires to serial killers and from viruses to black holes. A new USC Libraries exhibition asks, What Makes a Monster?, through one central exhibition in Doheny Library's first-floor Treasure Room and satellite exhibitions in four other library locations. After visiting the central exhibition in Doheny Library, explore the meaning of monsters across the academic disciplines at the Helen Topping Architecture and Fine Arts, Norris Medical, Science and Engineering, and VKC libraries. What Makes a Monster? is on display through May 31, 2015.

New Exhibition on George Hurrell and ‘The Golden Age of Hollywood Glamour’

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Discover the photography of George Hurrell—the legendary photographer who both captured and crafted the classic look associated with Hollywood glamour—in a new exhibition on the ground floor of USC Doheny Memorial Library. Open through December 19, George Hurrell and the Golden Age of Hollywood Glamour features photographic prints selected by historian Mark A. Vieira, author of George Hurrell’s Hollywood: Glamour Portraits 1925–1992. Keep reading to learn about the opening reception, which the USC Libraries host on Thursday, October 9.

Getty Foundation Awards Research Grant for Mundo Meza Exhibition

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The Getty Foundation recently awarded ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives at the USC Libraries a research grant to develop a retrospective exhibition on the Mexican-American artist Edmundo “Mundo” Meza as part of the Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA initiative. Through a series of thematically linked exhibitions, LA/LA aims to take a fresh look at vital and vibrant traditions in Latino and Latin America art. Keep reading for more details about the exhibition.

See Doheny Library’s Facade Transformed in This ‘Wonderland Unbound’ Video

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On April 17, 2014, the USC Libraries and USC Visions and Voices presented Wonderland Unbound, a massive multimedia installation that celebrated the tenth anniversary of the USC Libraries Wonderland AwardAlice's Adventures in WonderlandThe Hunting of the Snark, and rare materials from the USC Libraries' Special Collections came alive on the facade of Doheny Library through the magic of projection mapping and digital animation.

Harman Academy Inducts New Fellows

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On Thursday, May 15, the USC Sidney Harman Academy for Polymathic Study inducted 23 new fellows—its largest class yet. Keep reading to learn more about the induction ceremony.

How ‘Trillion$’ Inspired a USC Student’s Internship With the Federal Reserve

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The USC Libraries' exhibition Trillion$: The Awesome Power of the Federal Reserve may have closed this past December, but it's made a lasting impression on at least one USC student. As Allison Engel writes for USC News, Brandon Chang secured an internship with the Federal Reserve after visiting the exhibition in Doheny Library. He will work this summer for the Fed's Board of Governors in Washington, DC. Read Engel's article to learn more about Chang's story.