Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Costume Designer Behind Cronenberg's 'Scanners,' 'Videodrome' to Get Icon Award

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Costume Designer Behind Cronenberg's 'Scanners,' 'Videodrome' to Get Icon Award

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Cronenberg's costume designer to get icon award

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TORONTO - The costume designer behind David Cronenberg's films "Scanners," "The Brood" and "Videodrome" is being recognized for her decades of work in the Canadian film and television industry.

Delphine White is the first recipient of an industry icon award from the Canadian Alliance of Film & Television Costume Arts & Design.

The award recognizes a costume designer, creator or contributor who has distinguished themselves over the breadth of their career.

White's credits also include Cronenberg's "Fast Company," Terry Gilliam's "Tideland," Norman Jewison's "Bogus," Barry Levinson's TV series "Copper," and the fourth season of Guillermo del Toro's TV series "The Strain. …

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