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UCLA TFT: 10th Annual Sketch to Screen Costume Design Panel

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Brian Kite, Interim Dean of the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television (UCLA TFT), one of the most prominent academic institutions for entertainment and performing arts education, and Professor Deborah Nadoolman Landis, Ph.D., founding director of the UCLA TFT David C. Copley Center for Costume Design, have announced the 10th annual Sketch to Screen Costume Design Panel, in partnership with Swarovski.

Sketch to Screen is a celebration of costume design and includes all six costume designers nominated for Academy Awards in 2020. The event will be held on Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020 at UCLA’s TFT Freud Playhouse. The panel discussion will begin at 2:00 p.m. with a reception to follow.

With Professor Landis moderating, the Sketch to Screen panelists engage in a panel discussion about the central role costume designers play in cinematic storytelling and the creation of unforgettable characters. The panelists include Academy Award nominees Mark Bridges (Joker), 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).

UCLA TFT’s David C. Copley Center for Costume Design has a longstanding partnership with Swarovski to provide annual support for the Sketch to Screen Costume Design Panel; the Swarovski Designer-in-Residence masterclass program; and the Swarovski Shooting Star Award for Excellence in Costume Design scholarship. This year, the award will be presented at Sketch to Screen to Devon Horn, a second-year UCLA TFT graduate costume design student

For more information please visit www.tft.ucla.edu

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