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9th CDGA

Honoree, Sandra Bullock

9th Costume Designers Guild Awards

The CDGA recognizes Excellence in Contemporary, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, and Period Film and Television, and Commercial Costume Design.

Excellence in film television and commercial costume design

9th CDGA Details


Jane Kaczmarek


LACOSTE Career Achievement in Film Award – Patricia Norris

Career Achievement in Television Award – Grady Hunt

Swarovski President’s Award – Sandra Bullock

Distinguished Actor Award – Helen Mirren

Hall of Fame – Donfeld

Excellence in Contemporary Film

Winner: The Queen – Consolata Boyle

Babel – Gabriela Dialque, Miwako Kobayashi & Michael Wilkinson

Casino Royale – Lindy Hemming

Little Miss Sunshine – Nancy Steiner

The Devil Wears Prada – Patricia Field


Excellence in Fantasy Film

Winner: Pan’s Labyrinth – Lala Huete

Eragon – Kym Barrett

The Fountain – Renee April

V for Vendetta – Sammy Sheldon

X-Men: The Last Stand – Judianna Makovsky

Excellence in Period Film

Winner: Curse of the Golden Flower – Chung Man Yee

Dreamgirls – Sharen Davis

Illusionist – Ngila Dickson

Marie Antoinette – Milena Canonero

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest – Penny Rose


Outstanding Contemporary Television

Winner: Ugly Betty – Eduardo Castro

Big Love – Chrisi Karvonides-Dushenko

Desperate Housewives – Catherine Adair

Entourage – Amy Westcott

The Sopranos – Juliet Polcsa



Outstanding Period / Fantasy Television

Winner: Rome – April Ferry

Cold Case – Patia Prouty & Maria Schicker

Deadwood – Katherine Jane Bryant


Outstanding Made For Television Movie or Mini-Series

Winner: Elizabeth I – Mike O’Neil

Bleak House – Andrea Galer

High School Musical – Tom McKinley

Into the West – Michael Boyd

Mrs. Harris – Julie Weiss

Excellence in Commercial Costume Design

Winner: Target: “Branding Circle” – Jennifer Rade

Geico: “Caveman” – Casey Storm

Target: “Holiday Home Décor”– Jennifer Rade