Ann Roth


Ann Roth  is one of the most celebrated costume designers in films and theater. An Academy Award winner for The English Patient and BATFA recipient for The Day of the Locust, Roth has won Tony Awards for The Nance and Shuffle Along. In 1964, Roth first designed the costumes for the Peter Sellers film, The World of Henry Orient, the beginning of her six decade-long career.Among Roth’s many notable credits are Midnight Cowboy, Klute, Mandingo, Murder By Death, Marathon Man, Hair, The Goodbye Girl, Coming Home, Rollover, The World According to Garp, Silkwood, Places in the Heart, Sweet Dreams, The Morning After, Heartburn, Biloxi Blues, Working Girl, The Unbearable Lightness of Being, Postcards from the Edge and The Talented Mr. Ripley. More recently she designed the clothes for The Hours, Cold Mountain, The Stepford Wives, The Good Shepherd, Julie & Julia, Angels in America, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, Ricki and The Flash,The Girl on the Train and The Only Living Boy in New York. Theater credits for Roth are also long and distinguished and include Play It Again, Sam, Tiny Alice, The Royal Family, First Monday In October, Hurly Burly, The House of Blue Leaves, The Odd Couple, The Year of Magical Thinking, Death of A Salesman, The Nance, The Book of Mormon, I’ll Eat You Last: A Chat with Sue Mengers, It’s Only A Play, A Delicate Balance, Fish in the Dark, The Front Page and many others.



Producers’ Masterclass: The Power of Creative Collaboration Part 2, sponsored by Pinewood Atlanta Studios

In its eagerly anticipated annual event, PBNY investigates the filmmaking process with the help of producers from some of this year’s most acclaimed features. These producers will take the stage with key collaborators, ready to discuss how their partnerships provided the defining elements of their memorable films, setting them on their course for awards season.