Hey there, Frocktalkers – Happy FRIDAY! Here’s a little interview you can read on your phone while you are stuck in traffic on the 101 on your way home from work. Our friend Rick over at Filmjackets.com interviewed me for his site, and I thought you might find it interesting, or maybe hilarious, or maybe it will make you want to punch me in the face. I don’t know. I hope you don’t want to punch me in the face, but I can’t control that. OMG, is it the weekend yet?! I am fried!! INTERVIEW HERE Enjoy, and have a great weekend, everyone!!
Hey there, Frocktalkers! One of my favorite bloggers of all time is currently featured in this month’s installation of The Costume Designer, the magazine of the Costume Designers Guild. Unfortunately, the magazine is not available for sale, but you can see it online HERE! YAY for Chris and ClothesOnFilm!! I think we should start a collection now so that he can join us at next year’s CDG Awards. What do you think?
Our friend Chris over at Clothesonfilm.com has posted a brilliant interview with Tudors costume designer Joan Bergin – she talks about her role on the show as a designer, how the show works, and how she arrived there! Fascinating. Good job, Chris and thanks for posting!
It’s that time of year again, and you may be wondering what to get your special costume-type. The holidays are about giving, and whether you’re going big or small in terms of your expenditures, this list should help to give you some ideas. Take a look:
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Hello Frocktalkers! Forgive me as I have again been slammed with work. I still have more Comic Con things to post for you, but I am in the last throes of this job I have been trying to finish. I will be done next week, and I am exhausted. I want to let you know that Chris from Clothesonfilm.com has posted an interview with costume designer Jeffrey Kurland, and it is very interesting!! I won’t spoil it, but please have a read if you enjoyed the film. I plan to sit down with Mr. Kurland myself once my job madness is done. Stay tuned for more. Have a great week, everyone!!
Fewer motion pictures have warranted so much over analysis as The Big Lebowski (1998). The Coen Brothers, extraordinarily talented as they are, simply did not write all the hidden meanings that magazines, blogs, and now even books have subscribed to the piece. The Big Lebowski is a far-out fun detective homage, just not as deep as some people think.
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