LA Film Fest: Costume Design is About Creating Character on Any Budget

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Deborah Nadoolman Landis, president of The Costume Designer’s Guild, Local 892 in Hollywood, emphatically asserts that costume designers help actors discover their characters. And while big budget movies give designers plenty of resources, it’s not about the budget says Landis–it’s about the script. She appeared on a panel held at the W Hotel in Westwood as part of the 2006 L.A. Film Festival and spoke with PodTech’s Jason Lopez. Her husband, director John Landis (moderator of the panel), pops in for a very brief cameo.

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