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costume-designers-guild__130220000932UPDATED WITH ALL WINNERS AND SPEECHES: 12 Years A Slave’s Patricia Norris and Hunger Games: Catching Fire’s Trish malinaSummerville nabbed top film awards tonight at the 16th annual Costume Designers Guild Awards. Norris won the Outstanding Period Film Award while Summerville scored the Outstanding Fantasy Film Award. The win clearly vaults Oscar-nominated Norris into frontrunner status. She was not present but her son Patrick accepted on her behalf. “She guaranteed me this wouldn’t happen. I’m kind of a little nervous but she gave me a few things to say in case it did happen. She’s honored that the Costume Designers Guild has recognized her. She thanks you and I appreciate you. I can’t wait to give this to her,” he said. Blue Jasmine’s Suzy Benzinger took the third film award of the night for Outstanding Contemporary Film.

On the TV side, Caroline McCall took the Outstanding Period/Fantasy category for Downton Abbey. This was her second straight win in the same category. Ellen Mirojnick won Outstanding Made for Television Movie or Miniseries for Behind The Candelabra and Tom Broecker took the Outstanding Contemporary Television Series honor for House Of Cards.

In other awards, writer/director/producer Judd Apatow received the Distinguished Collaborator 16th Costume Designers Guild Awards With Presenting Sponsor Lacoste - Backstage And AudienceAward for his support of costume design in such work as Freaks And Geeks, Girls, Bridesmaids and the Anchorman films. Jonah Hill made a surprise appearance to present the award to Apatow. “I wouldn’t necessarily think of Judd for the costume design in his films, it’s not the first thing to come to mind,” Hill said, before adding that Apatow’s work resonates because it’s about real people wearing real clothes. “That’s an artform. That’s real life. That’s what Judd does.” Apatow gave shout-outs to the many costume designers with whom he’s worked. “So many amazing people throughout our careers. Thank you so much and thank you for making us look good and making these characters come alive.” Veteran costume designer April Ferry (Maverick, Elysium) received the Career Achievement Award. “I absolutely love what I do and for me there’s no other way. Over the last 30 years I’ve traveled to ancient Rome all the way to the future and beyond. If you’re lucky, like I’ve been, you work at the seat of your pants with wonderful people,” Ferry said in accepting her award. The Distinguished Service Award went to Sharon Day, a guild delegate and former executive board member. Amy Adams was honored with the Lacoste Spotlight Award, which recognizes an actor whose roles have been intrinsically tied to costume design. Adams most recently stunned in a sexy, glamorous 1970s-era wardrobe in American Hustle, for which she’s nominated for a best lead actress Oscar. “I’m just really, really lucky to have had relationships with costume designers thorughout the years. You’ve been magicians, you’ve been my therapists, you’ve been my friends. Thank you for allowing me to turn your visions into art,” Adams said.

Host Joshua Malina kicked off the evening. “I’m Joshua Malina, and I’m a 42 Reg. I have a 32 inch waist and a 30 inch inseam. Yes, I said 30 inches. Don’t judge, we’re all God’s creatures,” he joked. “We’re here to celebrate the collaboration of costume designers and directors and actors. There’s also the talented cutters, and seamstresses, the dye-ers, the shoemakers. We’re all here together tonight and so far, getting along nicely,” he said.

Here’s the complete list of winners.

Excellence In Period Film
12 Years a Slave, Patricia Norris

Norris is not present, but her son accepted on her behalf.

“I’m Patrick Norris, Patricia’s son,” he said. “She guaranteed me this wouldn’t happen. I’m kind of a little nervous but she gave me a few things to say in case it did happen. She’s honored that the Costume Designers Guild has recognized her. She thanks you and I appreciate you. I can’t wait to give this to her.”

16th Costume Designers Guild Awards With Presenting Sponsor Lacoste - Green RoomExcellence In Fantasy Film
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Trish Summerville

“I kind of lost my voice because I’ve been shooting (The Hunger Games: Mockingjay) for a 100+ days and we finished today,” Summerville said with some hoarseness. “I’m really honored to be here. I really am humbled because there’s a lot of talent in this room. I’m honored because it’s our peers. It’s nice to be recognized for the hard work we do. I’d like to thank a lot of people, especially my crew. It takes a tribe and a village to get work done in film these days. I’d like to thank the cast, who was lovely and let me torture them, especially Elizabeth Banks.  I want to thank my family and my friends who are always there for me. And my mom and dad, who taught me about hard work. And my wife, who puts up with a lot of shit.”

Excellence In Contemporary Film
Blue Jasmine, Suzy Benzinger

“This is certainly very unexpected,” Benzinger said. “I’d like to thank all of the Woody Allen players, which is a lot of women. Letty Aronson, the fabulous Juliet Taylor, who makes my job easy by hiring wonderful actors. I have to thank my wardrobe staff. Of course, there’s my love and admiration for Cate (Blanchett) and Sally (Hawkins), who were in the trenches with me, from the minute they stepped into my loft. They’re two very remarkable women and I shall forever be jealous of all of you who will dress them in the future.” Benzinger had several nice things to say about Allen. “Twenty years ago, I did my first film for Woody. He is fair and honest, sometimes too much…There’s not a person who works for him who feels they’ve done enough.”

Outstanding Made For Television Movie Or Mini Series
Behind the Candelabra, Ellen Mirojnick

“(Costume designer) Mark Bridges gave me a charm bracelet just before that has Liberace on it. Thanks to everyone in this room. The crew was amazing. I have to thank, most importantly, Steven Soderbergh. I want to thank every single member of my crew, and the absolute trust that every actor gave as they walked into the room and allowed us to dazzle them to death. I could go on for days and talk for hours, as many of you know. I am so grateful for this award.”

Outstanding Period/Fantasy Television Series
Downton Abbey, Caroline McCall

This is two in a row for McCall and Downton Abbey‘s third win in three years.

“It is such an honor to be nominated amongst your peers,” McCall said. “I wouldn’t be here without my team. We’re only as good as the people we’re lucky enough to work with. Of course, I have to thank our wonderful cast, who are an absolute pleasure to dress.”

Outstanding Contemporary Television Series
House of Cards, Tom Broecker

“I didn’t really expect this. There’s a reason I’m back stage as opposed to front stage,” Broecker said. “This goes to a lot of people, especially my crew and the cast, and especially Robin (Wright), who’s a dream to dress. Thank you.”

Excellence In Commercial Costume Design
Call of Duty, “Ghosts Masked Warriors,” Nancy Steiner

“I really appreciate the commercial design award being acknowledged because we work so hard on commercials. We had 5 days to make this happen and it’s incredible how fast you’re expected to do things. I want to thank my crew because they were so amazing.”

Here’s the live blog in full in case you missed anything:

Host Joshua Malina has taken the stage. “I’m Joshua Malina, and I’m a 42 Reg. I have a 32 inch waist and a 30 inch inseam. Yes, I said 30 inches. Don’t judge, we’re all God’s creatures,” he joked.

“We’re here to celebrate the collaboration of costume designers and directors and actors. There’s also the talented cutters, and seamstresses, the dye-ers, the shoemakers. We’re all here together tonight and so far, getting along nicely,” he said.

“There are a lot of stars here tonight, including one of my favorites, Steve Coogan. He’s here in support of (Philomena) nominee Consolata Boyle. The entire cast of Scandal is here, because God forbid I enjoy the spotlight for one night,” he quipped.

April Ferry’s name gets big applause. “This woman is a remarkable pro, a workhorse and before the night is over, you’ll all be kneeling before her,” Malina said.

Judd Apatow’s and Amy Adams’ names get good applause. “I’m a big fan of hers (Adams), and all of her filmwork. My personal favorite is Enchanted, I’ve seen it over 700 times, and it holds up.” (Malina has a young daughter, who loves the film.)

“I should have you know that Eddie Castro is not being honored tonight, so you should all be out of here by 10.” (It’s an inside joke that gets lots of laughter.)

A montage plays of the year in costume design. Behind The Candelabra gets big applause. The Mindy Kaling Project gets big applause. Huge applause for American Hustle. Not too much applause for Gravity. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire gets good applause. The Great Gatsby surprisingly doesn’t get a lot of love in the room. House of Cards gets strong applause. Big Breaking Bad applause. American Horror Story: Coven gets nice applause. Good Nashville crowd. Loud Mad Men crowd. Loud Scandal applause, natch.

First award:

Outstanding Made For Television Movie Or Mini Series
Behind the Candelabra, Ellen Mirojnick

Mirojnick raises her award; she’s wearing a gold sequined mini-dress. Sequins were a big trend for the night. “(Costume designer) Mark Bridges gave me a charm bracelet just before that has Liberace on it. Thanks to everyone in this room. The crew was amazing. I have to thank, most importantly, Steven Soderbergh. I have to thank every single member of my crew and the absolute trust that every actor gave as they walked into the room and allowed us to dazzle them to death. I could go on for days and talk for hours, as many of you know. I am so grateful for this award.”

Outstanding Period/Fantasy Television Series
Downton Abbey, Caroline McCall

McCall won the same award last year.

“It is such an honor to be nominated amongst your peers. I wouldn’t be here without my team. We’re only as good as the people we’re lucky enough to work with. Of course, I have to thank our wonderful cast, who are an absolute pleasure to dress,” McCall said.

Mindy Kaling is now introducing Costume Designers Guild president Salvador Perez, who costume designs The Mindy Kaling Project. Kaling thanks him for picking out the dress she’s wearing tonight, and the “amazing compression undergarment” underneath.

“When it comes to dressing ourselves, the shoemaker’s children have no shoes,” Perez joked, before getting serious. “Every year we try to move forward to strengthen our organization. We need to let Sacramento know that you’re not giving a tax break to big studios, you’re employing thousands of people. This is Hollywood. Let’s level the playing field.”

Sharon Day has been brought to the stage for her honorary award.

“From the moment Sal (Perez) told me I’d be receiving this award, my mind went back to my roots. My mom gave me her copy of Costume Design Through the Ages. It was my bedtime story and I was 4. This ignited my fascination with observing characters. It became my obsession. My life has been perfectly linked to the here and now from that day. I wish to express tonight my gratitude and honor that I feel as one of your peers. I’m humbled by your generosity of spirit,” she said. “Interpreting the tactile layers for the performer, causing an alchemy, it’s downright magic. Today, costume designers are modern-day scribes. My contributions arise out of my love for this process and this desire to protect our world and nurture the provision of the union. From the early days of film until now, the IATSE is our protector and our home base. For this, we’re all grateful.”jj

Raquel Welch has gotten a standing ovation. She curtsies and blows kisses, looking amazing in a black sequined knee-length dress. People are taking pics of her with their cell phones.

“I owe a huge debt of gratitude and respect to the contributions costume designers have made to our industry,” Welch said. “Let me put it this way: God was very good to me, but, well, it was the fabulous costume designers who knew exactly where and how to apply the frosting. Anyway, in my case, I could actually say the costume design really launched my whole career. It’s true. I wish I could say it was my performance, but there was not a lot of dialogue in One Million Years B.C. If the costume designer had not designed that artfully draped fur bikini, I would not be here. There would be no Raquel Welch.” She tells a story about being a showgirl at the Hollywood Palace and an encounter with costume designer Lily Fonda at the Western Costume Company. Fonda put her in an outfit from the “Pet Me, Papa” scene in Guys and Dolls, which Welch credits with her getting a role in Fantastic Voyage and a 7-year contract with a major studio. “Never underestimate the power of a killer costume,” Welch finished.

Outstanding Contemporary Television Series
House of Cards, Tom Broecker

“I didn’t really expect this,” Broecker said. “There’s a reason I’m back stage as opposed to front stage. This goes to a lot of people, especially my crew and the cast, especially Robin (Wright), who’s a dream to dress. Thank you.”

Mad Men‘s Kiernan Shipka and James Wolk are up to present the next award.

Excellence In Commercial Costume Design
Call of Duty, “Ghosts Masked Warriors,” Nancy Steiner

“I really appreciate the commercial design award being acknowledged because we work so hard on commercials,” Steiner says. “We had 5 days to make this happen and it’s incredible how fast you’re expected to do things. I want to thank my crew because they were so amazing.”

Joshua Malina introduces Bill Hader, who’s on-hand to talk about Judd Apatow. Hader tells an anecdote about his first meeting with Apatow, during which he snagged a role in Superbad. A video commences that showcases Apatow’s work. At the end, Jonah Hill makes a surprise appearance to hand Apatow his Distinguished Collaborator Award.

Hill starts by saying that his mom was a costume designer on the sitcom “Taxi.”

“Most of the people (in the montage video) got their start because Judd saw something in them,” Hill said. “I’m so grateful for all he’s done for me personally. When I was asked to be here, I was shocked. I wouldn’t necessarily think of Judd for the costume design in his films, it’s not the first thing to come to mind,” he said before adding that Apatow’s work resonates because it’s about real people wearing real clothes. “That’s an artform. That’s real life. That’s what Judd does.”

“When I was home I broke a button on my John Varvatos shirt,” Apatow said upon ascending the stage. “I had this great idea to use nail polish (to glue his button back). That didn’t work and now I’m not wearing a tuxedo shirt. Which is why I need costume designers. Raquel Welch was here tonight. My daughter is 16 years old and she is not aging as well as Raquel Welch. (Lots of laughter.) My dad is her age and he is not that sexy, at all. I want the Lacoste people to notice that I’m wearing a Lacoste shirt in every shot of me on-set in the (montage) video. That better get me a box of free shit.” Apatow gave shout-outs to the many costume designers with whom he’s worked. “So many amazing people throughout our careers. Thank you so much and thank you for making us look good and making these characters come alive.”

Nebraska‘s June Squibb and Will Forte are the next presenters.

Excellence In Fantasy Film
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Trish Summerville

“I kind of lost my voice because I’ve been shooting (The Hunger Games: Mockingjay) for a 100+ days and we finished today,” Summerville said with some hoarseness. “I’m really honored to be here. I really am humbled because there’s a lot of talent in this room. I’m honored because it’s our peers. It’s nice to be recognized for the hard work we do. I’d like to thank a lot of people, especially my crew. It takes a tribe and a village to get work done in film these days. I’d like to thank the cast, who was lovely and let me torture them, especially Elizabeth Banks. I’d like to thank my family and my friends, who are always there for me. And my mom and dad, who taught me about hard work. And my wife, who puts up with a lot of shit.”

Deborah Winger presents the Career Achievement Award to April Ferry.

“Thank you for joining me in honoring my friend for over 30 years, inside and out, the very beautiful April Ferry,” Winger said, before a video montage of Ferry’s work commenced.

Ciaran Hinds, from Rome, a series Ferry costume designed, ascends the stage to present the award to her.

“I have no idea how many people were involved in the making of (Rome) but I can tell you that at the very heart of the making of it was April Ferry,” he said. “Her commitment to the human beings who were going to be wearing the costumes was heartfelt. Just for the record, in the month of March 2005 in the city of Rome, April Ferry managed to get an Irish actor playing Julius Caesar into a toga on St. Patrick’s Day, that’s how good she is.”

Ferry receives a standing ovation as she walks to the stage. “I absolutely love what I do and for me there’s no other way,” she said. “Over the last 30 years I’ve traveled to ancient Rome all the way to the future and beyond. If you’re lucky, like I’ve been, you work at the seat of your pants with wonderful people.”

“This wonderful reward has given me the opportunity to reflect on the many people with whom I’ve worked. There’ve been terrific directors along the way. John Hughes and I had a shared love of jazz. It’s great to work with a director more than once.”

(It’s getting really loud at the bar at the back of the room — looks like they’re getting silenced by an attendee).

“As we all know, Hollywood has changed a lot in recent years and we’re losing our precious resources. We need to keep our business here. James Earl Jones put it in a good perspective in the New York Times recently: ‘Never forget you’re a journeyman. That nothing is our final thing. Nothing is our greatest thing. Nothing is our worst thing. I still consider myself a novice.’ Thank you.”

Olivia Wilde and Tony Hale present the next award.

Excellence In Contemporary Film
Blue Jasmine, Suzy Benzinger

“This is certainly very unexpected,” Benzinger said. “I’d like to thank all of the Woody Allen players, which is a lot of women. Letty Aronson, the fabulous Juliet Taylor, who makes my job easy by hiring wonderful actors. I have to thank my wardrobe staff. Of course, there’s my love and admiration for Cate (Blanchett) and Sally (Hawkins), who were in the trenches with me, from the minute they stepped into my loft. They’re two very remarkable women and I shall forever be jealous of all of you who will dress them in the future.” Benzinger had several nice things to say about Allen. “Twenty years ago, I did my first film for Woody. He is fair and honest, sometimes too much…There’s not a person who works for him who feels they’ve done enough.”

Scandal‘s Kerry Washington and Tony Goldwyn present next.

Excellence In Period Film
12 Years a Slave, Patricia Norris

Norris is not present. Her son is accepting on her behalf.

“I’m Patrick Norris, Patricia’s son,” he said. “She guaranteed me this wouldn’t happen. I’m kind of a little nervous but she gave me a few things to say in case it did happen. She’s honored that the Costume Designers Guild has recognized her. She thanks you and I appreciate you. I can’t wait to give this to her.”

Malina introduces Michael Wilkinson, the costume designer of American Hustle, who will present the Lacoste Spotlight Award to Amy Adams.

“So, Amy Adams. Those two simple words inspire such delight and respect of costume designers all over the world,” Wilkinson said. “What makes Amy so beloved to costume designers is her uncanny relationship to clothes. With Amy it’s never about ego, it’s all about the character. She knows how to wear absolutely everything.” Yet another video montage, this time of Adams’ films.

Jeremy Renner comes to the stage to present the award to Adams.

“I’m here to honor a woman that understands the delicate sensitivities of her job and that of her costume designers,” Renner said. “Mary Pickford may have been the first, but with Amy I think we have our new American sweetheart.”

Adams gets a partial standing ovation.

“I have been so, so blessed,” Adams begins. “Those of you who know me and have worked with me know how much this means to me. (She gives a shout-out to the Western Costume Company for the outfit she’s wearing tonight.) I’ve just had such an amazing privilege of working with so many wonderful costume designers. I’d like to share what I’ve learned from everybody in the 892 and 705 (the costume designers and costumers guilds, respectively). Thank you for telling me the actual start date of a movie, even though you were told not to tell me. Thank you. (Laughter). Also, you’ve taught me to not lie about my measurements. Also, I don’t complain about my 5:45 call time, because if I’m there at 5:45, you’re there at 3:45. Not only that, you stay late to wash my ‘things,’ you know what I’m talking about. (Underwear) Also, you guys have taught me that clothing is language but that costume is an art and you guys are artists. I’m so lucky to work with such amazing artists. Also, you’ve taught me to always wear undergarments to a fitting. I do want to send a congratulations to my collaborators this year, including Michael Wilkinson. Also Casey Storm from Her. You guys turned me into a hipster, which is nearly impossible. But I’m just really, really lucky to have had relationships with costume designers thorughout the years. You’ve been magicians, you’ve been my therapists, you’ve been my friends. Thank you for allowing me to turn your visions into art. Thank you, thank you, that’s all. (Big applause.)

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