THE PERFECT MATCH: HOLLYWOOD COSTUME COLLABORATIONS
Nov 15 5:00pm PT
Add to Calendar 11/15/2014 17:00 11/15/2014 17:00 America/Los_Angeles THE PERFECT MATCH: HOLLYWOOD COSTUME COLLABORATIONS Part of our ongoing series The Perfect Match: Hollywood Costume Collaborations, this double feature includes a conversation with longtime Paul Thomas Anderson collaborator and Oscar-winning costume designer Mark Bridges.... View More [1] Event Details [2] Buy Tickets [3] Get Directions [4] [1] http://www.oscars.org/events/perfect-match-punch-drunk-love-and-there-will-be-blood [2] http://www.oscars.org/events/perfect-match-punch-drunk-love-and-there-will-be-blood [3] http://tx1.lacma.org/hall.asp?event=151556 [4] https://maps.google.com/maps?q=5905+Wilshire+Blvd%2C+Los+Angeles&hl=en&iwloc=near&z=14&t=m 5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles Oscars.org | Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences web@oscars.org use-title
Punch-Drunk Love
THE PERFECT MATCH: HOLLYWOOD COSTUME COLLABORATIONS

Bing Theater
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles


Part of our ongoing series The Perfect Match: Hollywood Costume Collaborations, this double feature includes a conversation with longtime Paul Thomas Anderson collaborator and Oscar-winning costume designer Mark Bridges.

Punch-drunk love
Saturday, November 15 | 5:00 p.m.

In Paul Thomas Anderson’s offbeat comic romance, Adam Sandler breaks away from youth-oriented comedies to play Barry Egan, a San Fernando Valley businessman with a novelty company and major anger issues. Barry’s only joy in life is an obsessive scheme to hoard frequent flyer miles by buying massive quantities of pudding (the film’s working title was Just Desserts) until he meets sweet Lena Leonard (Emily Watson), though their tentative romance is imperiled by a blackmailing phone-sex operator (a hilarious performance from Anderson regular Philip Seymour Hoffman). Mark Bridges, who has designed the costumes for all seven of Anderson’s films, dresses Sandler in an electric blue suit that provides one of the film’s most memorable visuals. 

2002, 97 minutes, color, widescreen, 35mm | Written and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson; with Adam Sandler, Emily Watson, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Luis Guzman, Mary Lynn Rajskub. 


There will be blood
Saturday, November 15 | 7:30 p.m.

In writer-director Paul Thomas Anderson's epic portrait of wealth and faith during California's oil boom, Daniel Day-Lewis delivers an Oscar-winning performance as oil man Daniel Plainview, a self-made millionaire whose rise to success pits him against a strong-willed young preacher and his own rebellious son. The critically acclaimed character study saw Anderson moving successfully into bold new cinematic territory, and Bridges’s authentic, evocative costumes, along with Jonny Greenwood’s tense score and Robert Elswit’s Oscar-winning cinematography, helped embellish Day-Lewis’s remarkable, decades-spanning characterization.

2007, 158 minutes, color, widescreen, 35mm | Written and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, based on the novel Oil! by Sinclair Lewis; with Daniel Day-Lewis, Paul Dano, Kevin J. O’Connor, Ciaran Hinds, Dillon Freasier.

 

On November 22, join costume designer Jeffrey Kurland for two of his collaborations with Woody Allen, Bullets over Broadway and Hannah and Her Sisters.


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TICKETS

$5 general admission  |  $3 Academy members and students with a valid ID.

Ticket includes admission to both features screening on the same date. Parking is free for vehicles entering after 7 pm.

Visitors who buy tickets to the Academy’s Hollywood Costume exhibition will receive free admission to Hollywood Costume public programs held on the same day as their purchase. Visitors must present their Hollywood Costume ticket at a LACMA Ticket Office to redeem their complimentary public program ticket. 
 
Exhibition tickets for Hollywood Costume are on sale now at www.oscars.org/HC
 
Admission: 
$20 Adults ǀ $15 Seniors (62+) 
$10 for students with ID and children under 13.