Wednesday, December 19


Liang Zhao, Golden Zhao and Jessie Lee (left to right) worked together on a 30-second Coca-Cola commercial as part of the Coca-Cola and Regal Films student filmmakers contest. Their commercial focuses on the magical moment in a theater when a movie starts playing, Golden Zhao said. (Isra Ameen/Daily Bruin)

Film students take on challenge to capture moviegoing magic in 30 seconds

Dangling a camera from a crane in the middle of a movie theater is part of a normal day for UCLA Coca-Cola advertisers Jessie Lee and Golden Zhao. Read more...

Photo: Liang Zhao, Golden Zhao and Jessie Lee (left to right) worked together on a 30-second Coca-Cola commercial as part of the Coca-Cola and Regal Films student filmmakers contest. Their commercial focuses on the magical moment in a theater when a movie starts playing, Golden Zhao said. (Isra Ameen/Daily Bruin)

Liang Zhao, Golden Zhao and Jessie Lee (left to right) worked together on a 30-second Coca-Cola commercial as part of the Coca-Cola and Regal Films student filmmakers contest. Their commercial focuses on the magical moment in a theater when a movie starts playing, Golden Zhao said. (Isra Ameen/Daily Bruin)




(Claire Sun/Daily Bruin, Angela Song/Daily Bruin)

UCLA alumnus develops simulator game where dads date dads

When given the choice between seven eligible bachelors only one question remains – who’s your daddy? In the visual novel-style game “Dream Daddy: A Dad Dating Simulator,” users play as a personalized dad character intent on romantically pursuing other eligible dads in his new neighborhood. Read more...

Photo: (Claire Sun/Daily Bruin, Angela Song/Daily Bruin)

(Claire Sun/Daily Bruin, Angela Song/Daily Bruin)

Attendees of the fifth UCLA Game Art Festival played video games, board games and other interactive installations. The festival featured more than 50 exhibits created by select artists from UCLA and around the world. (Nick Kardan/Daily Bruin)

UCLA’s fifth Game Art Festival exhibits gaming as art form

The operatic Latin lyrics from the “Super Smash Bros.” sound track concluded festivities at the Hammer Museum on Tuesday night. The museum hosted the fifth UCLA Game Art Festival in its first- and second-floor courtyards where the sounds of attendees playing games rang out for three hours. Read more...

Photo: Attendees of the fifth UCLA Game Art Festival played video games, board games and other interactive installations. The festival featured more than 50 exhibits created by select artists from UCLA and around the world. (Nick Kardan/Daily Bruin)

Attendees of the fifth UCLA Game Art Festival played video games, board games and other interactive installations. The festival featured more than 50 exhibits created by select artists from UCLA and around the world. (Nick Kardan/Daily Bruin)


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