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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I apologize for the brief, succinct posting of the nominees for the CDG awards. I was in the middle of a production meeting when the news broke (!) so – don’t tell anyone – but I was busy typing away here at Frocktalk when I probably should have been listening to something important being explained by our first AD. So if we come up empty-handed on some big day on this movie and we don’t have what we need? Sorry, Albert! My bad!
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This just in -the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror has announced its nominees for the SATURN awards, and here are the costume contenders:
Colleen Atwood, Alice in Wonderland
Milena Canonero, The Wolfman
Isis Mussenden, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
Jany Temime, Harry Potter an The Deathly Hallows: Part 1
Michael Wilkinson & Christine Bieselin Clark, Tron: Legacy
Janty Yates, Robin Hood
Full list of nominees HERE. The Saturn awards take place in June, so stand by for more results!
Well, you know it’s awards season when you start receiving “For Your Consideration” ads in the mail. The winner of First Advertising Mailer of the Season goes to: How To Train Your Dragon (Dreamworks). Yes, it’s animated. But that doesn’t stop Dreamworks from asking us costume designers for our consideration. The winner of First DVD of the Season goes to: Alice in Wonderland (Disney). Big corporations spend millions of dollars each year asking us to consider projects for awards. Are they worthy? What about the smaller films that can’t afford awards advertising? Are they somehow less worthy? Awards season always makes me uncomfortable and slightly agitated for this reason.
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