Oscar-nominated costume designers from “Inherent Vice,” “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” “Mr. Turner” and “Maleficient” will discuss their craft at UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television’s fifth annual Sketch to Screen Costume Design panel on Feb. 21.
Also participating are costume designers from Oscar-nommed films “Selma,” “Boyhood” and “Birdman.” The event takes place at 2 p.m. the day before the Oscar ceremony at UCLA’s Schoenberg Hall.
Deborah Nadoolman Landis, chair and founding director of the David C. Copley Center Center for Costume Design, will moderate the panel. Proceeds from tickets benefit the center, which provides a home for the research and the study of costume design history and the influence of costume design on film, fashion and popular culture.
Panelists Mark Bridges, Milena Canonero, Jacqueline Durran, Anna B. Sheppard, Ruth E. Carter, Kari Perkins and Albert Wolsky will talk about the central role costume designers play in cinematic storytelling.
Tickets to the panel and reception are available here.