Film and television costume designer Erin Orr will sit down with Boise State film and television arts professor Ryan Cannon to discuss her costume design work on LEAVE NO TRACE and TRINKETS (season 2).
Erin and Ryan will lead the audience through the opening segment of the 2018 film LEAVE NO TRACE while talking through Erin's design choices and their visual contributions to character and story. The conversation will then continue with more about Erin's career path and her work on the upcoming season of the Netflix original series TRINKETS. Q & A to follow. This event is free and open to the public.
After graduating in the first class of the film program at The University of North Carolina School of the Arts, Erin served as a co-producer on classmate David Gordon Green's first feature film GEORGE WASHINGTON, which earned four Independent Spirit Award nominations and the NY Film Critics Circle Award for Best First Film. She has served as costume supervisor on several television shows, including GRIMM, THE LIBRARIANS, and PRETTY LITTLE LIARS.
Review from the Wall Street Journal for LEAVE NO TRACE:"A father and daughter make their way through the lush scenery of a rainforest. He's intense, almost haunted. She, in her early teens, seems serene. What are they doing? Living there, it turns out--off the grid and in hiding, as they have been for years. The first few minutes of "Leave No Trace" are as entrapping as the spider webs the camera notices in passing. They catch you up in a suspenseful wilderness tale that opens out to an urgent drama of conflict, beauty and growth." LEAVE NO TRACE is available to stream on Amazon Prime.
Boise State University School of the Arts
Public Culture Initiative presents
Designing Costumes for Film and Television: An Evening with Erin Orr
Tuesday, March 3 at 7 p.m.
Lookout Room, Student Union Building.
Parking is available at the Lincoln Garage, just south of the SUB, for a flat rate of $3 an hour.
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm