Claudia Bobsin

Costume designer

German costume designer Claudia Bobsin died Oct. 23 in Munich of cancer. She was  62.

Bobsin designed costumes for Oliver Hirschbiegel’s “The Downfall: Hitler and the End of the Third Reich,” which was nominated for the best foreign film Oscar in 2005, as well as for the 1978 best foreign film entry “The Glass Cell.”

She worked often with Hirschbiegel, on projects including “The Experiment” and “Das Urteil.”

 Her other credits include “The Poet,” Katja von Garnier’s “Jailbirds,” Paul Morrissey’s “Beethoven’s Nephew” and “The Magic Mountain.”

She is survived by a sister.

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