‘Grand Budapest Hotel,’ ‘Inherent Vice,’ ‘Selma’ Nominated by Costume Designers

Other nominees include “Birdman,” “The Imitation Game” and “The Theory of Everything”

“The Grand Budapest Hotel,” “Into the Woods” and “Inherent Vice” are among the nominees for the 16th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards, the CDG announced on Wednesday.

So is “Selma,” which ended a 0-for-5 drought and picked up its first guild nomination of the year.

The guild chooses nominees in three separate categories: Excellence in Contemporary Film, Excellence in Period Film and Excellence in Fantasy Film. In recent years the CDG has typically nominated three or four of the films that will go on to receive Oscar nominees for Best Costume Design – and in virtually every case, they’ve come from the CDG’s period category.

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Nominees in that category were “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” “The Imitation Game,” “Inherent Vice,” “Selma” and “The Theory of Everything.”

In the contemporary-film category, nominations went to “Birdman,” “Boyhood,” “Gone Girl,” “Interstellar” and “Wild.”

“Guardians of the Galaxy,” “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies,” “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1,” “Into the Woods” and “Maleficent” were nominated in the fantasy category.

CDG winners in the period category go on to win the Oscar about half the time; only one winner from the fantasy category, “Alice in Wonderland,” has taken the Oscar, and no winners from the contemporary category.

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In the television categories, nominees included “House of Cards,” “Scandal” and “Saturday Night Live” among contemporary TV series, “Boardwalk Empire,” “The Knick” and “Masters of Sex” for period/fantasy series, and “Houdini,” “The Normal Heart” and “Olive Kitteridge” for longform TV.

“Boyhood” director Richard Linklater will receive the Distinguished Collaborator Award, while the Honorary Career Achievement Award will go to Aggie Guerard Rodgers and the Edith Head Award for the Advancement of Costume Design will go to Dr. Deborah Nadoolman Landis.

The CDG Awards will take place on Feb. 17 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

The nominees:

Excellence in Contemporary Film
“Birdman” – Albert Wolsky
“Boyhood” – Kari Perkins
“Gone Girl” – Trish Summerville
“Interstellar” – Mary Zophres
“Wild” – Melissa Bruning

Excellence in Period Film
“The Grand Budapest Hotel” – Milena Canonero
“The Imitation Game” – Sammy Sheldon Differ
“Inherent Vice” – Mark Bridges
“Selma” – Ruth E. Carter
“The Theory of Everything” – Steven Noble

Excellence in Fantasy Film
“Guardians of the Galaxy” – Alexandra Byrne
“The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies” – Bob Buck, Lesley Burkes-Harding, Ann Maskrey
“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1” – Kurt and Bart
“Into the Woods” – Colleen Atwood
“Maleficent” – Anna B. Sheppard, Jane Clive

Outstanding Contemporary Television Series
“House of Cards” – Johanna Argan
“Ray Donovan” – Christopher Lawrence
“Saturday Night Live” – Tom Broecker, Eric Justian
“Scandal” – Lyn Paolo
“True Detective” – Jenny Eagan

Outstanding Period/Fantasy Television Series
“Boardwalk Empire” – John Dunn
“Game of Thrones” – Michele Clapton
“The Knick” – Ellen Mirojnick
“Mad Men” – Janie Bryant
“Masters of Sex” – Ane Crabtree

Outstanding Made for Television Movie or Mini Series
“American Horror Story: Freak Show” – Lou Eyrich
“Houdini” – Birgit Hutter
“The Normal Heart” – Daniel Orlandi
“Olive Kitteridge” – Jenny Eagan
“Sherlock” – Sarah Arthur

Excellence in Commercial Costume Design
Army ‘Defy Expectations, Villagers’ – Christopher Lawrence
Direct TV ‘Less Attractive’, with Rob Lowe – Mindy Le Brock, Jessica Albertson
Dos Equis ‘Most Interesting Man in the World Walks on Fire’ – Julie Vogel
Kia Soul Hamster Commercial Featuring ‘Animals’ – Anette Cseri
Smirnoff ‘The Mixologist’ – Laura Jean Shannon

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