The Costume Designers Guild has tapped eight features, including blockbuster “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,” and eight TV programs as nominees for excellence in costume design awards.
Mark Bridges took a pair of noms, for “Blow” in the period/fantasy category and for the “Six Feet Under” pilot in the contemporary TV category. Kudos will be presented March 16 at the fourth annual awards show at the Beverly Hills Hotel; Anjelica Huston is set to host.
Noms for contemporary film went to Sophie DeRakoff Carbonell for “Legally Blonde,” Jeffrey Kurland for “Ocean’s Eleven,” Amy Stofsky for “Mulholland Drive” and Karen Patch for “The Royal Tenenbaums.” Period/fantasy noms went to Bridges for “Blow,” Judianna Makovsky for “Harry Potter,” Arianne Phillips for “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” and Colleen Atwood for “Planet of the Apes.”
TV noms in the contemporary category went to Gail McMullen for the series and Bridges for the pilot of “Six Feet Under,” Patricia Field for “Sex and the City,” Juliet Polcsa for “The Sopranos” and Lori Eskowitz-Carter for “Will & Grace.” Receiving period/fantasy TV noms were Dona Granata for “Life With Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows,” Jean-Pierre Dorleac for “The Lot,” Dan Moore for “61*” and Victoria Auth for “The Tick.”