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20 Jul 2009 |


Consolata Boyle
Irish costume designer Consolata Boyle (The Queen), is currently working on her latest film set ‘The Special Relationship’. The film which begins principal photography in London today is the third part of writer Peter Morgan’s Blair trilogy.

Directed by Richard Loncraine (Richard III, Ban of Brothers) and funded by HBO Films and BBC Films, ‘The Special Relationship’ features a cast that includes Michael Sheen (Frost/Nixon, The Queen) and Helen McCrory (The Queen, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince), who are to play Tony and Cherie Blair. Dennis Quaid (Far from Heaven, The Big Easy) and Hope Davis (Synecdoche New York, American Splendor) will play Bill and Hillary Clinton.

Boyle was nominated for an Oscar and BAFTA and won both an IFTA and a Costume Designers Guild Award for her work on the second part of the trilogy, ‘The Queen’.

Last week Consolata was nominated for an Emmy for her work on Thaddeus O'Sullivan's ‘Into the Storm’, which stars Brendan Gleeson as Winston Churchill, her sixth collaboration with O'Sullivan.

In 2004 she won an Emmy in the same category (Outstanding Costumes for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special) for ‘The Lion in Winter’ which featured Glenn Close and Patrick Stewart.

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