The Queen of Seam: Edith Head in Hollywood

Repertory Series: A Year of Women in Cinema

Monday, December 25 – Sunday, December 31, 2017

Although women working in Hollywood have often been relegated to the more ‘feminine’ jobs of costume, make-up, and hairstyle, that doesn’t mean that their contributions are always overlooked. In the case of Edith Head, she was an indelible part of the star-making factory from the silent era all the way up until the 1980s and became one of the most famous big screen costumers of all time. Her design skills played a significant role in creating some of the most iconic and fashionable movie stars from Mae West to Barbara Stanwyck, Veronica Lake, Bette Davis, Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly, Natalie Wood, and beyond.

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The Nutty Professor

Road to Utopia

Sullivan’s Travels

The Lady Eve

The Blue Dahlia

Double Indemnity

The Heiress

All About Eve

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

The Sting

Roman Holiday


Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid

Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid



To Catch a Thief

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Thank you for helping to keep our staff paid and The Brattle alive during this scary time.

I hope that you are all feeling healthy.

As we remain closed, our preliminary goal is to raise four weeks of operating support, or $65,000, to ensure we can continue to pay all of our staff, and other overhead through April 7. As things develop, our timeline for being closed and fundraising goal may change, but our ultimate goal of re-opening The Brattle stays firm.

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