Friday, February 24


Oscars 2017: Costume designers to host discussion tailored for aspiring Bruins

(Shelby Chan/Daily Bruin)

(Shelby Chan/Daily Bruin)

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Oscars season has arrived in style at UCLA. Students and Los Angeles community members will gather Saturday to hear the costume designers of some of this year’s most critically acclaimed films discuss their artistic visions and processes.


UCLA alumna Josie Trinidad was co-head of storyboard for the movie "Zootopia," which is nominated for best animated feature film at the 89th Academy Awards. (Courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures)
UCLA alumna Josie Trinidad was co-head of storyboard for the movie "Zootopia," which is nominated for best animated feature film at the 89th Academy Awards. (Courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures)

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UCLA alumnus Alexey Stomakhin works for Walt Disney Animation Studios as a senior software engineer. He created programs that made the fur and flesh of animals in Oscar-nominated "Zootopia" look realistic.  (Efren Piñon/Daily Bruin)
UCLA alumnus Alexey Stomakhin works for Walt Disney Animation Studios as a senior software engineer. He created programs that made the fur and flesh of animals in Oscar-nominated "Zootopia" look realistic.  (Efren Piñon/Daily Bruin)

UCLA Extension alumnus Jean de Meuron was an executive producer for the Oscar-nominated short film "La femme et le TGV." He incorporated his arsenal of marketing skills including finance, poster design and script feedback. (Stella Huang/Daily Bruin)
UCLA Extension alumnus Jean de Meuron was an executive producer for the Oscar-nominated short film "La femme et le TGV." He incorporated his arsenal of marketing skills including finance, poster design and script feedback. (Stella Huang/Daily Bruin)

(Kelly Brennan/Daily Bruin senior staff)

2017 Oscars predictions

Best actress in a leading role: Emma Stone Tied for the most nominated film of all time, “La La Land” has to win at least one of the acting categories and, considering her nonmediocre voice, Emma Stone is the musical’s best shot. Read more...

(Kelly Brennan/Daily Bruin senior staff)

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