Mom uses her adorable kids to recreate images from the Oscar Best Picture nominees.

Mom uses her adorable kids to recreate images from the Oscar Best Picture nominees.
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For the past few years, Maggie Storino has had a quirky family tradition that easily bests the typical annual family portrait. Storino photographs her daughters recreating stills from the year's Oscar nominees for Best Picture, with rather adorable results. For this year's installation of the Don't Call Me Oscar photo series, Storino's young girls—Sophia, aged 5, and Sadie, aged 3—had a new face to share the camera with: 8-month-old Sloane. Sloane makes a pretty cute Matt Damon, which is saying something. 

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