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Voice Of Costume - Creating Character through Costume Design

Catherine Baumgardner - Costume Designer and Educator

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Ever wonder how characters in film and TV get their look? Do you like creative inspiration? Want to hear great behind-the-scenes stories? Listen in on working costume designers discussing getting started, inspirations, creative problem solving, career hurdles and the films and shows they work on. Join costume designer, Catherine Baumgardner, as she talks to other designers, directors, and actors on creating characters through costume. Hear behind-the-scene stories and personal advice from pr ...
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The Art of Costume Podcast is a podcast hosted by Elizabeth Joy Glass and Spencer Williams, dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design. Join us each week as Elizabeth and Spencer break down the costumes from some of our favorite films and television shows, meet the costume designers, and go behind the scenes to find out what the costumes mean to the story and how they were created. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theartofcostume/support
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Join professional costume designer Whitney Anne Adams as she interviews fellow costume designers, costume department members and filmmakers from across the industry. Questions for future guests can be submitted at the TFACD Patreon page.
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The Costume Plot

Sarah Timm, Jojo Siu

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A podcast about costume design and the performing arts from professional costume designers Jojo Siu and Sarah Timm! Join Jojo and Sarah as they analyze the costumes from your favorite film, TV, and theatre, and offer an inside look at the art and craft of costume design. Plus, look forward to bonus episodes where Jojo and Sarah interview industry professionals and find out why they chose their specific field in the arts. New episodes every other Friday.
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Brandos Costumes é um podcast multiplataformas que atravessa, para além dos hits, os caminhos menos percorridos da música Portuguesa. Pedro Paulos e Marta Rocha ouvem os protagonistas e narram as histórias, e Angelina Velosa desenha-as.
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Costume Podcast udfolder emner og historier fra sit univers og dykker ned i det mest aktuelle og vedrørende indenfor mode, skønhed og kultur. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Julgavam que se livravam de nós? Nada disso. Bem, o Carlos Guimarães Pinto livrou-se, mas vocês não: às 21h, estreia o novo podcast do canal Comité Central: A Lengalenga do Costume, uma conversa aborrecida mas inútil entre Alberto Gonçalves e Tiago Dores. Sempre nos canais habituais do CC. Sempre às terças. Sempre em cima, ou às vezes ao lado, da actualidade.
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Film & TV, The Creative Process: Acting, Directing, Writing, Cinematography, Producers, Composers, Costume Design, Talk Art & Creativity

Acting, Directing, Writing, Cinematography Producing Conversations: Creative Process Original Series

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Film & TV episodes of the popular The Creative Process podcast. We speak to actors, directors, writers, cinematographers & variety of behind the scenes creatives about their work and how they forged their creative careers. To listen to ALL arts & creativity episodes of “The Creative Process · Arts, Culture & Society”, you’ll find our main podcast on Apple: tinyurl.com/thecreativepod, Spotify: tinyurl.com/thecreativespotify, or wherever you get your podcasts! Exploring the fascinating minds o ...
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Where are the coolest, most talented, hilarious, award winning COSTUME DESIGNERS HANGING OUT? Right here with Mandi Line, COSTUME DESIGNER herself of such hit shows as Pretty Little Liars, BH90210, and Charmed. With each guest Mandi uncovers something so special you will walk away feeling connected, educated and heard. Each COSTUME DESIGNERS shares their journey, what they have been doing during quarantine and well a whole lot we didn’t know before!
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A podcast exploring the intersectionality of costumes and social issues. Host Johanna Pan will be joined by a variety of theatre professionals to discuss topics including anti-racism, feminized labor, decolonizing and degendering costumes, fatphobia, and more. Dirty Laundry: Unpacking The Costume Closet is an impactful, insightful, and nuanced podcast that is designed to challenge the way we think about our bodies and the clothes we wear.
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Costume Drama Rewind

Megan Judt and Laura Skog

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How often have you watched a historical drama and wondered if it was REALLY telling the truth about the Tudor Court or the American Revolution? You could have looked it up on Wikipedia, but your phone was so far away and there were so many words to read.That’s where we come in! Public history enthusiasts Megan Judt and Laura Skog are setting out to watch every historical film, talking about each of them might tell us about history. Expect spoilers, and also some snark. We’ll also rate each o ...
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This week's special bonus episode ventures back to Japan in the year 1600 to discuss the critically acclaimed series, Shōgun. Discover the intricacies of crafting costumes for characters like Lord Yoshii Toranaga and Toda Mariko, exploring the realms of textiles, historical research, and the monumental task of outfitting an entire army. Podcast Mer…
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The “Voice of Costume” is the first podcast created between working costume designers sharing stories, inspiration, struggles, and insights into the creative career of costume design. Please comment and leave a 5-star review to help get the voices of these Costume Designers into the world. Listen in on this inspirational, one-on-one conversation be…
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It's Tim Burton (and Michael Keaton!) month here on the Costume Plot, so join us as we gab all about two of Burton's early films, Beetlejuice and Batman Returns. Featuring latex, piping, and child brides! Follow along with the visual analysis via these links! Beetlejuice: Instagram, Pinterest Batman Returns: Instagram, Pinterest Questions? Comments…
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It is said that people never die until the last person says their name. In memory of the writer and director Paul Auster, who passed away this week, we're sharing this conversation we had back in 2017 after the publication of his novel 4 3 2 1. Auster reflects on his body of work, life, and creative process. Paul Auster was the bestselling author o…
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It is time once again to return to a galaxy far, far away to discuss some of the most iconic costumes in science fiction. As part of our annual tradition, we are starting May with a Star Wars film, Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi. Listen along as Elizabeth and Spencer talk about Jabba's Palace, Luke Skywalker's new black look, Endor colo…
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In this week's episode of The Art of Costume Podcast, we are burdened with glorious purpose! Our hosts return to the MCU to watch the second season of Loki, featuring our favorite God of Mischief, Tom Hiddleston. However, this time, we are not alone, as they are joined by costume designer Christine Wada! Listen along as Christine breaks down Loki's…
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On casting Robert Downey Jr. in 4 Roles: "That was Park Chan-wook's idea early on. In the book, there are these sorts of male-white figures of the American establishment. They're all differentiated in the book, but he had the idea. What if we have one actor playing all the parts kind of like Peter Sellers in Dr. Strangelove and immediately we thoug…
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All aboard! In this week's bonus episode of The Art of Costume Podcast, we are setting sail with Hulu's new TV series, Death and Other Details. To get to know the stylish passengers of this murder mystery, Spencer welcomes costume designer and dear friend Mandi Line. Listen along as Mandi discusses her creative process, shooting a Mediterranean oce…
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What are the stories we tell ourselves to justify our actions in times of war? How can the arts convey complexity and foster understanding? Don McKellar is a highly accomplished writer, director, and actor. He has written films including Roadkill, Highway 61, Dance Me Outside, The Red Violin, and Blindness. He won the Prix de la Jeunesse at the 198…
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"We ended on such a cliffhanger with Isaac presenting the wrench at the police station to Jeff Daniels' character. It allowed us to sort of start from a place of what's going to happen next? And I think because what is drawn in the novel and because of what Danny brought into the original script of the first season and all the ideas he brought in. …
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What role do the families we’re born into or the traumas we experience shape the people we become? Do good deeds offset bad deeds? How can the arts increase our capacity for empathy, understanding, and kindness? Dan Futterman is creator, executive producer, and writer of Amazon Prime's American Rust, the acclaimed crime drama starring Jeff Daniels,…
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May thy knife chip and shatter! In this week's episode of The Art of Costume Podcast, Elizabeth and Spencer return to the desert world of Arrakis to discuss the costume of Dune: Part Two. Listen along as our hosts break down the innovative costumes designed by Jacqueline West, Jacqueline's "modieval" philosophy, creating costumes with infrared came…
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I am so excited to welcome wonderful Production Designer Cheyenne Ford to the show today. We’ve worked together on multiple projects including Story Ave, The Caretaker, and The Eyes of My Mother. Cheyenne is also the founder and program director of Art Craft NYC, a program that provides knowledge and training to those interested in becoming entry l…
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Consider this your stop if you want to get on a soapbox about TV shows that started really good and then crashed and burned. Because we're getting into two episodes of a couple of shows that did exactly that--Once Upon a Time (episode 1x07) and Riverdale (episode 1x01). Get into it! Follow along with the visual analysis via these links! Once Upon a…
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You are not imagining it! This week's bonus episode of The Art of Costume Podcast is all about Dicks: The Musical. Join us as we delve into the story of two businessmen who discover they are long-lost identical twins and come together to plot the reunion of their eccentric, divorced parents. Costume designer Valerie Klarich joins to break her proce…
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What will happen when Artificial General Intelligence arrives? What is the nature of consciousness? How are music and creativity pathways for reconnecting us to our humanity and the natural world? Dustin O’Halloran is a pianist and composer and member of the band A Winged Victory for the Sullen. Winner of a 2015 Emmy Award for his main title theme …
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"The film Lion, when we got involved, there was a pretty early cut. So it was about trying to get into the picture and what would really work with the scenes, but also to sometimes just put it away and just really get to the heart of the film, too, because there was a big overarching feeling to the film. The feeling of home and the feeling of being…
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It's time to grab your armor and jewelry because we have an action-packed episode. In this episode of The Art of Costume Podcast, we sit down with "The Book of Clarence" costume designer Antoinette Messam, who shares her insights and inspirations behind the mesmerizing costumes that bring the film's characters to life. This film unfolds the grippin…
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It's time for some fun chick flicks today! Join us as we get into the costumes in The Princess Diaries and 27 Dresses, discussing Harry Winston, Gone with the Wind, and of course, the many charms of James Marsden. Note: something that came up when Sarah looked for IG accounts to tag from these designers is that DeBora Rachelle was a huge name in pr…
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"For years, people spoke about how awkward or embarrassing it was to perform the intimate content. And what they're speaking about is feeling horrible. If something's awkward, that squirm, that ring in the body, it feels embarrassing. That's actually an emotion that is not professional. That is not allowing the actor to stay feeling listened to, he…
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How can intimate scenes be brought to the screen in ways that respect the emotional well-being and privacy of the artists themselves? How do we make sure that we can create a story about abuse without anyone being abused in the process? Ita O’Brien is the UK’s leading Intimacy Coordinator, founder of Intimacy on Set (and author of the Intimacy On S…
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Today’s episode features a fantastic Costumer, Alesha D. Mitchell! Alesha and I met when she was my key/truck costumer on our film The Supremes at Earl’s All-You-Can-Eat. We had a great conversation of wide ranging topics from physically demanding days on set, taking care of ourselves in this industry, money smarts, the difference between and Costu…
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The “Voice of Costume” is the first podcast created between working costume designers sharing stories, inspiration, struggles, and insights into the creative career of costume design. Please comment and leave a 5-star review to help get the voices of these Costume Designers into the world. Listen in on this inspirational, one-on-one conversation be…
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"The character I wrote about in House of Sand and Fog was based on a former colonel and aeronautical engineer in the Shah's Air Force. I watched him work at a gas station. And on his days off, he'd put on his suit and look for better work. One night I'm helping him bring his groceries in, and he said in his thick Persian accent, "You know, I used t…
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What can reading teach us about loss, healing, and survival? How can we transform anger into empathy? What can we learn from the creative act about turning personal setbacks into opportunities for self-discovery and growth? Andre Dubus III’s nine books include the New York Times’ bestsellers House of Sand and Fog, The Garden of Last Days, and his m…
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Today's episode features the brilliant and talented Costume Designer Trayce Gigi Field! We talk about so many wonderful things from her roots at Western Costume to the difference in process between television and film. Other great topics include the value of costume design, the #creditcostumedesigners campaign, working with and highlighting diverse…
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You can’t make a Tomlette without breaking some Greggs! In this week's episode of The Art of Costume Podcast, we are talking about Succession. Listen along as Elizabeth and Spencer discuss the quiet luxury of the Roy siblings and the intricate details that elevate their style game to match the high-stakes world of corporate power. Plus, costume des…
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We're so excited to welcome back Farnaz Khaki-Sadigh, our first repeat guest! She's back to discuss her work on the new Netflix adaptation of Avatar: The Last Airbender. We also get the chance to ask her what she values in her team, and what advice she'd give her younger self. Follow Farnaz on Instagram and her website! Follow along with the visual…
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How would the life of Jesus be told through the eyes of his mother? How can literature help us understand history and the nature of identity? Maciej Hen was born in 1955 in Warsaw. He graduated from the Cinematography Department at the Film School in Łódź. For years he has been trying his hand at diverse activities, from music to all fields of jour…
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"I have always thrown myself into everything, and that includes terrible things because I want to have the whole experience. Even if I know it's going to hurt for better or for worse, that has been how I've lived my life. And so it's given me a lot of information and allowed me to play a lot of different roles and understand a lot of different poin…
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How can the arts help us examine and engage with social issues? How do our families shape our views, memories, and experience of the world? From her role as Dr. Lisa Cuddy on the hit Fox series House, to her starring role as Abby McCarthy in Bravo's first scripted series Girlfriend's Guide to Divorce, Lisa Edelstein's range of roles are as diverse …
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I am so thrilled to have my friend, the fantastic Cinematographer Zachary Galler, on the show this week! Zack and I worked together on our film Piercing! We talk about the working relationship of a DP and a Costume Designer, his process on set with his team, working digitally vs working with film, post-production, our work in Piercing, his work on …
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“So the feeling that we've essentially been priced out of the life that we were supposed to lead. So, we were all taught to put our heads down, go to school, and get a job. You're going to afford a family, a house, kids, all the things that your parents had, you're going to have if you just follow the same path. But none of the things that were pro…
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