That’s right – the artwork, sketches, and general genius of Tim Burton are making their way around our globe, thanks in part to New York’s MOMA and exhibit curators Ron Magliozzi, Jenny He and Rajendra Roy. Next stop: Australia! The exhibit opens today at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) in Melbourne. The exhibit will come to Toronto’s Bell Lightbox at the Toronto Film Festival on September 12 (to coincide with the Toronto Film Festival). And then… Los Angeles! LACMA will host the exhibit from May 29, 2011 to October 31, 2011; wouldn’t Jack Skellington be proud!?! More info from the LA Times HERE!
Hello everyone! It’s getting busy in my world – I have so many interviews yet to share with you, so please be patient as I get to them when I can. I found THIS ARTICLE in the LA Times this morning – a very nice interview with Colleen Atwood about her beautiful work on Alice in Wonderland. This is really a must-see movie for costumes, and if I’m lucky, I will twist the arm of Maggie (from The Costumer’s Guide) into doing a brief “dueling banjos” on the subject. A chat, at minimum! Have a great day, Frocktalkers, and enjoy the article!
Here’s an interesting article from the LA Times Magazine. Freddie Lieba, described as a “fashion pundit”, tells reporter Robin Sayers about his 22 favorite gowns in film. An eclectic selection, for sure! The good news is that the costume designers are listed by name in the article. So often, they are not, so good on Robin Sayers!!
Frocktalk tipster Deborah submitted this article for all you fans of Tim Burton’s upcoming Alice in Wonderland. Looks like you may be able to purchase some costume-inspired-dresses at a store near you very soon. AND, maybe even some Stella-McCartney-designed/inspired-by-Alice jewelry. But let’s not forget that Colleen Atwood designed the costumes in the first place, so I hope she is given some kind of credit in the marketing!