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Francine Jamison-Tanchuck To Receive Career Achievement Award at 26th Costume Designers Guild Awards

Francine Jamison-Tanchuck, costume designer for The Color Purple, will be honored with the Career Achievement Award at the 26th annual Costume Designers Guild Awards in February this year.

The award recognizes “an individual whose career in costume design has left an indelible mark on film and television.” Previously recieved by Ruth E. Carter, Deborah L. Scott, Michael Kaplan, April Ferry, Joanna Johnston, Jeffrey Kurland, Sandy Powell, Albert Wolsky, Marlene Stewart, Ruth Meyers, Ann Roth, Aggie Rodgers, Milena Canonero, Ellen Mirojnick, Colleen Atwood, and Theoni Aldredge, Sharen Davis, Judianna Makovsky and Eduardo Castro, among many others.

Jamison-Tanchuck’s works include Regina King’s triple-Oscar assigned One Night in Miami as well as Michael B. Jordan’s EmancipationDetroitBig Momma’s House, Birth of a Nation, Just MercyWhite Men Can’t Jump, and Courage Under Fire. She moreover served as the costume supervisor on the first 1985 The Color Purple film. Her work includes more than 60 films in over 50 years.

Jamison-Tanchuck said, “Try not to allow someone’s negative thoughts or comments keep you from moving forward creatively. You can be nervous, but don’t be afraid to risk taking the first steps even if you can’t completely see the staircase!”

Nominations for the 26th CDGA in the nine categories were announced last week by the guild, and the winners will be declared live at NeueHouse in Hollywood, California at a ceremony on February 21.

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