Go Ad-Free - Contribute - Status Updates

Dan Grace

  31 Titles
Is this you? Add a Profile

Costume Supervisor

The Da Vinci Code  (2006)

| USA, Malta, France, UK
Directed by: Ron Howard
Cinematography by: Salvatore Totino

Costume Supervisor

Casino Royale  (2006)

| UK, Czech Republic, USA, Germany, Bahamas
Directed by: Martin Campbell
Cinematography by: Phil Meheux
Edited by: Stuart Baird

Dresser: Mr. Law

Alfie  (2004)

| UK, USA
Directed by: Charles Shyer
Cinematography by: Ashley Rowe
Edited by: Padraic McKinley

Wardrobe Supervisor

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets  (2002)

| UK, USA, Germany
Directed by: Chris Columbus
Cinematography by: Roger Pratt
Edited by: Peter Honess

Wardrobe Supervisor

All or Nothing  (2002)

| UK, France
Directed by: Mike Leigh
Cinematography by: Dick Pope
Edited by: Lesley Walker

Wardrobe Set Supervisor

Enemy at the Gates  (2001)

| UK, France, Germany, Ireland, USA
Directed by: Jean-Jacques Annaud
Cinematography by: Robert Fraisse

Wardrobe Master

The Golden Bowl  (2000)

| USA, France, UK
Directed by: James Ivory
Cinematography by: Tony Pierce-Roberts
Edited by: John David Allen

Additional Wardrobe Assistant

Topsy-Turvy  (1999)

| UK, USA
Directed by: Mike Leigh
Cinematography by: Dick Pope
Edited by: Robin Sales

Wardrobe Assistant

Shakespeare in Love  (1998) oscar-icon

| USA, UK
Directed by: John Madden
Cinematography by: Richard Greatrex
Edited by: David Gamble

Additional Wardrobe

Hilary and Jackie  (1998)

| UK
Directed by: Anand Tucker
Cinematography by: David Johnson
Edited by: Martin Walsh

Wardrobe Assistant

Tomorrow Never Dies  (1997)

| UK, USA
Directed by: Roger Spottiswoode
Cinematography by: Robert Elswit

Dresser To Mr. Branagh

Hamlet  (1996)

| UK, USA
Directed by: Kenneth Branagh
Cinematography by: Alex Thomson
Edited by: Neil Farrell

Additional Wardrobe Assistant

Four Weddings and a Funeral  (1994)

| UK
Directed by: Mike Newell
Cinematography by: Michael Coulter
Edited by: Jon Gregory

Do You Find ShotOnWhat?
Useful & Interesting?

 

Yes!