2011 Best Costume Design Oscar Nominees

The Oscar for Best Costume Design goes to the designer who creates the most compelling costumes for characters in film. In 2011, five movies (and designers) garnered Academy Award nominations for Best Costume Design. The field includes several veterans who’ve received multiple nominations (and wins) in this category, and a pair of newcomers. The 2011 Best Costume Design Oscar nominees are: ”Alice in Wonderland,” costume design by Colleen Atwood ”I Am Love,” costume design by Antonella Cannarozzi ”The King’s Speech,” costume design by Jenny Beavan ”The Tempest,” costume design by Sandy Powell ”True Grit,” costume design by Mary Zophres Colleen Atwood, a Best Costume Oscar nominee for ”Alice in Wonderland,” is a nine-time Academy Award nominee in this category. Atwood has won the award twice before: for 2005’s ”Memoirs of a Geisha” and in 2002 for ”Chicago.” Costume designer Antonella Cannarozzi of ”I Am Love” is one of two first-time Oscar nominees. Cannarozzi has been working in the industry for nearly 15 years, and has 14 Costume Design film titles to her credit. Jenny Beavan, designer of costumes for ”The King’s Speech,” is another Oscar veteran, having received a total of nine Best Costume Design Academy Awards over her career. Beavan has won only once: for 1986’s ”A Room With a View.” ”The Tempest” costume designer Sandy Powell is also a nine-time Best Costume Design Oscar nominee. Powell has won three times, most recently for 2009’s ”The

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