Costume Guild reveals noms

Frogley cops noms for 'Syriana,' 'Good Night'

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The Costume Designers Guild has tapped 15 feature film nominees in three categories, with winners to be announced at its eighth annual awards gala Feb. 25 at the Beverly Hilton.

Louise Frogley copped two noms, for Warner’s “Syriana” in the contemporary category and for Warner Independendent’s “Good Night, and Good Luck” in the period category.

Other nominees in contempo film: Michael Kaplan for Fox/Regency’s “Mr. & Mrs. Smith,” Paul Simmons for Par’s “Hustle & Flow,” Nancy Steiner for Disney’s “Shopgirl” and Danny Glicker for the Weinstein Co.’s “Transamerica.”

In period films, remaining noms went to Kasia Walicka Maimone for Sony Classics’ “Capote,” Colleen Atwood for Sony/Spyglass’ “Memoirs of a Geisha,” Arianne Phillips for Fox’s “Walk the Line” and Aggie Guerard Rodgers for Sony/Revolution’s “Rent.”

Fantasy film noms went to Lindy Hemming for Warner’s “Batman Begins,” Gabriella Pescucci for Warner’s “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” Isis Mussenden for Disney/Walden’s “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe,” Nina Proctor for Dimension’s “Sin City” and Trisha Beggar for Fox’s “Star Wars: Episode III — Revenge of the Sith.”

Eduardo Castro picked up two telepic noms, for ABC’s “Their Eyes Were Watching God” and CBS’ “Elvis.” Hope Hannifan also received two, for HBO made-fors “Warm Springs” and “Lackawanna Blues.” The fifth nod went to Donna Zakowska for paybox’s “Empire Falls.”

Noms in contemporary TV series went to Laura Goldsmith for ABC’s “Alias,” Katie Sparks for Fox’s “Arrested Development,” Catherine Adair for ABC’s “Desperate Housewives,” Lou Eyrich for FX’s “Nip/Tuck” and Jill Ohanneson for HBO’s “Six Feet Under.” Noms in period/fantasy TV series went to Chrisi Karvonides-Dushenko for HBO’s “Carnivale,” Patia Prouti for CBS’ “Cold Case,” Katherine Jane Bryant for HBO’s “Deadwood,” April Ferry for HBO’s “Rome” and Melina Root for Fox’s “That ’70s Show.”

And the nominees are…

EXCELLENCE IN CONTEMPORARY FILM:
Mr. & Mrs. Smith – Michael Kaplan
Hustle & Flow – Paul Simmons
Shop Girl – Nancy Steiner
Transamerica – Danny Glicker
Syriana – Louise Frogley

EXCELLENCE IN PERIOD FILM:
Capote – Kasia Walicka-Maimone
Good Night, and Good Luck – Louise Frogley
Memoirs of a Geisha – Colleen Atwood
Walk the Line – Arianne Phillips
Rent – Aggie Guerard Rodgers

EXCELLENCE IN FANTASY FILM:
Batman Begins – Lindy Hemming
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory – Gabriella Pescucci
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe – Isis Mussenden
Sin City – Nina Proctor
Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith – Trisha Biggar

OUTSTANDING MADE FOR TELEVISION MOVIE OR MINI SERIES:
Elvis – Eduardo Castro
Empire Falls – Donna Zakowska
Lackawanna Blues – Hope Hanafin
Their Eyes Were Watching God – Eduardo Castro
Warm Springs – Hope Hanafin

OUTSTANDING CONTEMPORARY TELEVISION SERIES:
Alias – Laura Goldsmith
Arrested Development – Katie Sparks
Desperate Housewives – Catherine Adair
Nip/Tuck – Lou Eyrich
Six Feet Under – Jill Ohanneson

OUTSTANDING PERIOD/FANTASY TELEVISION SERIES:
Carnivale – Chrisi Karvonides-Dushenko
Cold Case – Patia Prouti
Deadwood – Katherine Jane Bryant
Rome – April Ferry
That 70’s Show – Melina Root

EXCELLENCE IN COMMERCIAL COSTUME DESIGN:
American Express “Kate Winslet” – Tanya Gill
Capitol One “Viking” – Christopher Lawrence
Orbit Gum – Mary Zophres

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