I saw two movies today – OMG, stop the presses. I finally got some “KB Time” and took advantage of it. Bolstering the box office numbers for this weekend’s biggest contenders, I saw them both. There are some interesting parallels, in terms of the costumes, and here’s how I see it:
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Congrats to Jacqueline Durran and her crew for the big win for Anna Karenina! Did you watch the awards? What a show. That Shirley Bassey – that was so cool. If you’d like to relive the night, check out the play-by-play I posted on Twitter @frocktalk. Have a great week, everyone!
Congratulations to Jacqueline Durran and her team for their BAFTA win for best costumes for the gorgeous ANNA KARENINA! Party time, everyone! You can check out the costumes from Anna Karenina and other magnificent films at FIDM – the exhibit runs now through April 27. Congrats!
I ran into the lovely and talented Anna Wyckoff at the FIDM event, and she told me about this interview she conducted with Sandy Powell (The Young Victoria). It’s posted on the Costume Designers Guild website, and it is a great one!! Good job, Anna!
Review Date: 2-5-10
Release Date: 7-25-03
Runtime: 114 min.
Costume Designer: Dawn Weisberg
America seems to have renewed its love affair with the musical comedy genre. The success of TV’s Glee seems to make the point all by itself. It is with this love in mind that I bring you CAMP, a 2003 film that debuted at Sundance, and then fell largely under the radar. Honestly, I think it was ahead of its time. If you like Glee, you will love Camp.
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