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Sketch to Screen Costume Design Panel and Celebration

Presented by Swarovski and UCLA TFT’s David C. Copley Center for the Study of Costume Design, the 10th anniversary of the Sketch to Screen Costume Design Panel and Celebration took place on Saturday, February 8, 2020 at UCLA TFT’s Freud Playhouse. All six of this year's Academy Award nominees in costume design were panelists at the event: Mark Bridges (Joker), 2020 Academy Award winner Jacqueline Durran (Little Women), Christopher Peterson (The Irishman), Arianne Phillips (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood), Sandy Powell (The Irishman) and Mayes Rubeo (Jojo Rabbit).

On the eve of the Academy Awards each year, Deborah Nadoolman Landis, Ph.D., Chair and Founding Director of the Copley Center, welcomes a stellar group of international costume designers to the UCLA TFT campus to discuss their craft. With Professor Landis moderating, the Sketch to Screen panelists engage in a thought-provoking panel discussion about the central role costume designers play in cinematic storytelling. Audience members are given an invaluable look into some of the most successful creative minds in Hollywood.

The event is possible through the generous support of Swarovski, whose history spans more than 80 sparkling years on the silver screen, working hand-in-hand with countless costume, jewelry and set designers on some of Hollywood’s most iconic productions.

Ruth E. Carter (Academy Award winner, Black Panther)
Alexandra Byrne (Academy Award nominee, Mary Queen of Scots)
Sandy Powell (Academy Award nominee, Mary Poppins Returns and The Favourite)
Mary Zophres (Academy Award nominee, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs)
Erin Benach (A Star Is Born)
Mary E. Vogt (Crazy Rich Asians)

Mark Bridges (Academy Award winner, Phantom Thread)
Jacqueline Durran (Academy Award nominee, Beauty and the Beast, Darkest Hour)
Luis Sequeira (Academy Award nominee, The Shape of Water)
Nadine Haders (Get Out)
Jennifer Johnson (I, Tonya)
April Napier (Lady Bird)

Consolata Boyle (Academy Award nominee, Florence Foster Jenkins)
Madeline Fontaine (Academy Award nominee, Jackie)
Mary Zophres (Academy Award nominee, La La Land)
Erin Benach (Loving)
Sharen Davis (Fences)
Arianne Phillips (Nocturnal Animals)

Jenny Beavan (Academy Award winner, Mad Max: Fury Road)
Paco Delgado (Academy Award nominee, The Danish Girl)
Sandy Powell (Academy Award nominee, Carol, Cinderella)
Jacqueline West (Academy Award nominee, The Revenant)
Suttirat Anne Larlarb (Steve Jobs)
Michael Wilkinson (Joy)

Mark Bridges (Academy Award nominee, Inherent Vice)
Jacqueline Durran (Academy Award nominee, Mr. Turner)
Anna B. Sheppard (Academy Award nominee, Maleficent)
Ruth E. Carter (Selma)
Kari Perkins (Boyhood)
Albert Wolsky (Birdman)

Catherine Martin (Academy Award winner, The Great Gatsby)
Michael Wilkinson (Academy Award nominee, American Hustle)
Wendy Chuck (Nebraska)
Daniel Orlandi (Saving Mr. Banks)
Trish Summerville (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire)

Jacqueline Durran (Academy Award winner, Anna Karenina)
Paco Delgado (Academy Award nominee, Les Misérables)
Joanna Johnston (Academy Award nominee, Lincoln)
Mark Bridges (Silver Linings Playbook)
Kasia Walicka-Maimone (Moonrise Kingdom)
Jacqueline West (Argo)

Mark Bridges (Academy Award winner, The Artist)
Lisy Christl (Academy Award nominee, Anonymous)
Sandy Powell (Academy Award nominees, Hugo)
Wendy Chuck (The Descendants)
Leesa Evans (Bridesmaids)
Deborah Scott (TransformersWe Bought a Zoo)

Jenny Beavan (Academy Award nominee, The King's Speech)
Sandy Powell (Academy Award nominee, The Tempest)
Mark Bridges (The FighterGreenberg)
Antonella Cannarozzi (I Am Love)
Danny Glicker (Virginia)
Ellen Mirojnick (Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps)
Arianne Phillips (Knight and Day)