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This week in Arts and Life: May 4 — May 10

From “Inside Out” to Hiatus Kaiyote, here’s what’s happening this week in arts and life. Film Pixar is joining forces with the Stanford Daily, Stanford Students in Entertainment and Reel Update to bring you an exclusive look at the making of “Inside Out.” “Inside Out,” the latest from the folks over at Pixar, explores the…

This week in Arts and Life: Apr. 20 – Apr. 26

From “Star Wars” to “The Vagina Monologues,” here’s what’s going on this week in Arts and Life. Film With “Avengers: Age of Ultron” hitting theaters next Friday, this week is unsurprisingly light on mainstream fare. Save for Lee Toland Krieger’s (“Celeste and Jesse Forever”) “Age of Adaline” — which, despite the involvement of Blake Lively,…

Ferrer’s most anticipated films of 2015 (January–June)

Although many Oscar contenders still haven’t been released in theaters across the U.S., here’s a look at our most anticipated films of the first half of 2015. From Toronto International Film Festival favorites like “’71” and “While We’re Young,” to splashy big-budget blockbusters like “Tomorrowland” and “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” 2015 is chock-full of diverse…