The Aviator Wins Costume Design: 2005 Oscars

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Sandy Powell wins the Oscar for Costume Design for The Aviator at the 77th Academy Awards. Pierce Brosnan and Edna Mode present the award.

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39 thoughts on “The Aviator Wins Costume Design: 2005 Oscars”

  1. If there were 10 nominees in this category, then here's my extra 5 picks here.
    1. The Phantom Of The Opera
    2. Van Helsing
    3. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
    4. The Passion of the Christ
    5. Hellboy

  2. Funny thing is, The Incredibles should've been nominated for Costume Design AND Art Direction, but I guess we're AGES away from animated films being considered for craft/tech categories like those :/ Kubo should've also been nominated (and maybe win?) for Costume Design tbh.

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