Tonight the Costume Designer Guild held their annual awards event. Star Trek’s Michael Kaplan was nominated. Star Trek and Kaplan lost (but at least this time it didn’t lose to Avatar). Star Trek was also nominated for an award at the Faith and Values Awards held on Tuesday, but again also walked away empty handed. See below for the full results
Star Trek loses out to Parnasus at Costumer Awards
The 12th annual Costume Designer Guild Awards Event were held tonight at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills. Star Trek’s Michael Kaplan was nominated in the Fantasy category by the CDG. He was going up against the designers from Avatar and The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus. And it was Monique Prudhomme from The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, that took home the award in the fantasy category.
Here is the complete list of winners for the night (via Variety)
- Contemporary Television Series – Lou Eyrich/"Glee"
- Period/Fantasy Television Series – Janie Bryant/"Mad Men"
- Made for Television Movie or Mini Series – Catherine Marie Thomas/"Grey Gardens."
- Contemporary Film – Doug Hall/"Crazy Heart."
- Period Film – Sandy Powell/"The Young Victorias"
- Fantasy Film – Monique Prudhomme/"The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus"
- Commercials – Casey Storm/Milk: "Milkquarious"
This was Kaplan’s third nomination by the CDG, but alas he still has yet to win. Kaplan had previously been nominated for his work on Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005) and Fight Club (1999). The designer began his career with the the sci-fi classic Blade Runner in 1982.
Star Trek Costumes at FIDM Gallery
In other costume news, some of the costumes from Star Trek are part of the Hollywood 2010: The Art of Motion Picture Costume Design at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in Downtown Los Angeles. The collection includes over 100 costumes from over two dozen 2009 movies, including The Young Victoria, Star Trek, Julie & Julia, An Education, Nine, Broken Embraces, and The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus. The free exhibition is open to the public Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. More info at fidm.edu.
Star Trek didn’t stand a prayer at Faith & Values Awards
There is actually more awards news. This week the 18th Annual Faith & Values Awards Gala was held in Beverly Hills. The awards are presented by MovieGuide. According to the official site, movies are chosen for their "moral and spiritual principles, as well as their production values." Star Trek was one of ten nominees for Best Film for Mature Audiences. But Star Trek ended up losing to The Blind Side. More at movieguideawards.com.
Star Trek Award Season Scorecard
The Award season is coming into the home stretch. JJ Abrams Star Trek movie has made history for the franchise, picking up more award nominations than any Trek before. However, so far wins have been mostly elusive. Here is the award show scorecard, with a list of Star Trek nominations and the final result
- CSA: Best Casting (Studio Feature Film) [WON]
- People’s Choice: 5 nominations [No Wins]
- Critic’s Choice: 5 Nominations [No Wins]
- Golden Globes: no nominations
- SAG: Best Stunt Ensemble [WON]
- PGA: Best Picture [Loss to Hurt Locker]
- DGA: no nomination
- ADG: Best Production Design (Fantasy) [Loss to Avatar]
- ASC: no nomination
- ACE: Best Edited Film (Drama) [Loss to Hurt Locker]
- Grammys: Best Score Soundtrack [Loss to Up]
- WGA: Best Adapted Screenplay [Loss to Up in the Air]
- MPSE Best Sound Editing (3 categories: Music, Dialog, Sound Effects) [Loss to Avatar and Inglorious Basterds]
- BAFTAs: 2 nominations [No Wins]
- CDG: Best Costumes (Fantasy) [Loss to The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus]
- Faith and Values: Best Mature Film [Loss to The Blind Side]
Upcoming Award Shows
- CAS: Best Motion Picture Sound Mixing (awards 2/27)
- VES: Best Visual Effects & Best Matte Painting (awards 2/28)
- Oscars: 4 nominations (awards 3/7)
- Empire: 3 nominations (awards 3/28)