Digging into Costume Design, from Oscar-Winner 'Anna Karenina' to 'Les Miserables'

Digging into Costume Design, from Oscar-Winner 'Anna Karenina' to 'Les Miserables'
For the third year in a row, the symposium Sketch to Screen was one of the highlights of Oscar Week. Mounted by the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television and moderated by Debra Nadoolman Landis, the director of the Copley Centre for the Study of Costume Design, this year's entertaining and revealing panel on Friday at the James Bridges Theater included Academy Nominees Joanna Johnston ("Lincoln"), Paco Delgado ("Les Miserables"), Jacqueline Durran ("Anna Karenina") as well as "Argo"'s Jacqueline West, "Moonrise Kingdom"'s Kasia Walicka and Mark Bridges ("Silver Linings Playbook" and "The Master"), last year's Oscar-winner for "The Artist." (Colleen Atwood, nominated for "Snow White and the Huntsman," did not attend and sadly, the fifth Academy nominee, "Mirror Mirror"'s Eiko Ishioka, passed away last year.) Oscar-nominated designer Landis had recently...
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