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Deborah Nadoolman Landis honored at Costume Designers Guild Awards




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When production of "Indiana Jones" first started, Steven Spielberg drew a stick figure of the character with a hat, jacket and bandolier of bullets. When costume designer Deborah Nadoolman Landis completed it, Spielberg said it was exactly what he had imagined. The costume is on view inside the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Hollywood Costume exhibition at the Wilshire May Company Building.
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The Oscars are a few days away, but there's another film-related awards celebration happening Tuesday night. The Costume Designers Guild Awards celebrate excellence in film, television and commercial costume design.

This year, costume designer, historian, and UCLA professor Deborah Nadoolman Landis will be presented with the 2015 Edith Head Award for the Advancement and Education of the Art of Costume Design.

Nadoolman Landis joins Take Two for more on the award and the role of costume design in film.