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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 31, 2023

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From film beat reporters Emma Murphree and Joy Diamond, here are picks for what will win — but more importantly — what should win March 27.
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From film beat reporters Emma Murphree and Joy Diamond, here are picks for what will win — but more importantly — what should win March 27.
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What better way to enjoy this fabulous night of red carpet looks than to throw your very own party filled with games and food that match the Oscars?
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What better way to enjoy this fabulous night of red carpet looks than to throw your very own party filled with games and food that match the Oscars?
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Each look in “Cruella” is a reminder that fashion doesn’t retain just one meaning; it is a medium through which meaning is constantly in flux — an artistic portal in conversation with the past to reinvent the present.
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Each look in “Cruella” is a reminder that fashion doesn’t retain just one meaning; it is a medium through which meaning is constantly in flux — an artistic portal in conversation with the past to reinvent the present.
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No film unambiguously swept the Awards, though the biggest winner of the night was “Nomadland,” taking home trophies for best picture, best director and best actress. 
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No film unambiguously swept the Awards, though the biggest winner of the night was “Nomadland,” taking home trophies for best picture, best director and best actress. 
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Leave it to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to show the Golden Globes how it's done. The nominees are a step up, but best of all, the Oscars are sweeping Zoom into the dustbin.
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Leave it to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to show the Golden Globes how it's done. The nominees are a step up, but best of all, the Oscars are sweeping Zoom into the dustbin.
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Save the righteous fury for the nominations that actually lay the terrain for awards season, and watch the Globes with a hefty glass of wine in hand.
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Save the righteous fury for the nominations that actually lay the terrain for awards season, and watch the Globes with a hefty glass of wine in hand.
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Here are the winners of The Daily Californian’s fourth annual Snubby Awards: our picks for the most shocking, sad and suspicious snubs heading into the 2020 Oscars.
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Here are the winners of The Daily Californian’s fourth annual Snubby Awards: our picks for the most shocking, sad and suspicious snubs heading into the 2020 Oscars.
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But after a year packed with critically acclaimed, masterful films directed by women, watching the complete shutout stung more than expected. 
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But after a year packed with critically acclaimed, masterful films directed by women, watching the complete shutout stung more than expected. 
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Now that awards season has officially come to a close with the culmination of a host-less Oscars and the announcement that the controversial film "Green Book" took this year's best picture throne (we personally would've given our own paper green books the win), here are all the ways the 91st Academy Awards were just like any other day at UC Berkeley.
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Now that awards season has officially come to a close with the culmination of a host-less Oscars and the announcement that the controversial film "Green Book" took this year's best picture throne (we personally would've given our own paper green books the win), here are all the ways the 91st Academy Awards were just like any other day at UC Berkeley.
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The first step in remedying this problem is for the academy to address the limitations of its categories and to express a genuine understanding of how it perpetuates an oppressive gender binary. The next step is to find ways to acknowledge nonbinary actors without forcing them to identify as a specific gender.
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The first step in remedying this problem is for the academy to address the limitations of its categories and to express a genuine understanding of how it perpetuates an oppressive gender binary. The next step is to find ways to acknowledge nonbinary actors without forcing them to identify as a specific gender.
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