Five #Columalums Recognized at 2021 Golden Globes
Columbia College Chicago alums Jacquelyn Karambelas ’04, Daniel Lopez Munoz ’96, Joseph Sikora ’98, Matt Fleischmann '11, and Mac Brandt ’04 worked on projects recognized at this year’s Golden Globes Awards in the categories of Best Motion Picture--Animated, Best Foreign Film, and Best Television Series—Drama.
Munoz, a character designer and character art director, was a part of the team that won for the Pixar animated film, Soul. Karambelas was an associate editor on the animated motion picture The Croods: A New Age, which was nominated in the same category. Matt Fleischmann '11 was a steadicam operator on Minari, which won in the category of Best Foreign Film.
Sikora, played the role of Frank Crosgove Jr. on the popular show “Ozark,” which was nominated for Best Television Series—Drama, while Mac Brandt played the role of Captain Seamus Lancaster in five of ten episodes of the HBO drama “Lovecraft Country,” which was also nominated for Best Television Series—Drama.
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