Today on The Treatment, Academy Award nominee Marc Bridges, discusses what goes into setting the scene via cloth whether it be a period piece or a more eclectic setting as seen in his work in films like The Artist, Boogie Nights or I Heart Huckabees. As costume designer for “Phantom Thread”, Bridges also touches on his longtime working relationship with director Paul Thomas Anderson and having his works displayed at the FIDM Museum.
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