Where TO Start Costume Design
Where TO Start Costume Design

Where TO Start Costume Design

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Where TO Start Costume Design
Where TO Start Costume Design

Where TO Start Costume Design

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Where TO Start Costume Design

August 31 | 1PM EST

Reelworld is partnering with NABET 700-M UNIFOR to provide an in-depth understanding of numerous below-the-line departments within the industry. To kick off this series of webinars, join Samantha Rice, VP of Costumes, as she discusses the numerous aspects of working on costumes and wardrobe on set. This discussion will cover different roles and responsibilities that exist within the Costume department and what a typical day on set might look like. The discussion will also cover the pathway to working on costumes in film and television, how to get unionized, as well as information about NABET apprenticeships. The talk will be followed by a Q&A.

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