It’s that time of year, Frocktalkers! FIDM hosted the fabulous Art of Motion Picture Costume Design gala last night, and I sent two intrepid reporters, Kim and Hannah, to cover it! I am hearing reports of interviews with major Academy-Award-winning designers, and I am starting to receive tons of pictures from the event. All will be posted soon! Stay tuned for juicy photos and interviews!! Here are the first of the pictures!!! Enjoy!!! Big thanks to Kim Ngo and Hannah Greene for covering the event in my absence!!
The Young Victoria
Frocktalk tipster Judith pointed out this lovely article from today’s LA Times. It features interviews with two Academy-Award-nominated costume designers, Sandy Powell (The Young Victoria) and Colleen Atwood (Nine). You can read it HERE!
Good news! Good news! Here at Frocktalk, we just received the all-clear from FIDM to report on the 18th annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design opening. We will be providing wall-to-wall coverage of the festivities with several roving reporters and photographers, so if you see us coming, smile and say CHEESE! We are all really getting excited about this event. However, the big question remains: WHAT TO WEAR?!?! Stand by!
So yeah. Teaching is hard! And grading papers, sketches, budgets, portfolios on a deadline is REALLY time-consuming. I have some reviews to write, but I am under water right now with everything going on, so have patience, and I will get to those reviews as soon as I can! In the meantime, I’m still receiving screener DVDs and I am looking forward to FIDM’s annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design exhibit and gala. But first: get through December, and the holidays, intact. Stand by, please!!
very very chic!
Hi there, Frocktalkers. My friend Jayne over at Very Very Chic has posted coverage of this past weekend’s exhibit at FIDM: The Art of Television Costume Design. Check it out HERE – full coverage, with lots of pictures, including TV movies like Coco Chanel and Grey Gardens, shows like The Tudors, Dancing with the Stars, the No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency, and Project Runway. Nice job, Jayne!!