"Birdman" poster. Courtesy Fox Searchlight Pictures, via EPK.tv
“Birdman” poster. Courtesy Fox Searchlight Pictures, via EPK.tv
“Birdman” poster. Courtesy Fox Searchlight Pictures, via EPK.tv

“Boyhood,” “Birdman,” “Interstellar” and “Inherent Vice” are among the films nominated for the 17th Costume Designers Guild Awards, which will be presented Tuesday night, while television shows such as “Game of Thrones,” “Mad Men” and “Scandal” also have nods.

Costume designers from “Boyhood” and “Birdman” will compete in the contemporary film category with designers from “Gone Girl,” “Interstellar” and “Wild.”

For period films, nominees are costume designers for “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” “The Imitation Game,” “Inherent Vice,” “Selma” and “The Theory of Everything.” Costume designers for “Guardians of the Galaxy,” “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies,” “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1,” “Into the Woods” and “Maleficent” are nominated in the fantasy film category.

On the small screen, nominees are “House of Cards,” “Ray Donovan,” “Saturday Night Live,” “Scandal” and “True Detective” for contemporary series, while “Boardwalk Empire,” “Game of Thrones,” “The Knick,” “Mad Men” and “Masters of Sex” are nominated in the period/fantasy category.

The awards will be presented at the Beverly Hilton.

“Boyhood” director Richard Linklater will receive the guild’s Distinguished Collaborator Award for his support of costume design. A career achievement award will be presented to Aggie Guerard Rodgers, while the 2015 Edith Head Award for the Advancement of the Art of Costume Design will be bestowed on Deborah Nadoolman Landis.

Here is a complete list of nominees: EXCELLENCE IN CONTEMPORARY FILM

— “Birdman,” Albert Wolsky

— “Boyhood,” Kari Perkins

— “Gone Girl,” Trish Summerville

— “Interstellar,” Mary Zophres

— “Wild,” Melissa Bruning EXCELLENCE IN PERIOD FILM

— “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” Milena Canonero

— “The Imitation Game,” Sammy Sheldon Differ

— “Inherent Vice,” Mark Bridges

— “Selma,” Ruth E. Carter

— “The Theory of Everything,” Steven Noble EXCELLENCE IN FANTASY FILM

— “Guardians of the Galaxy,” Alexandra Byrne

— “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies,” Bob Buck, Lesley Burkes-Harding, Ann Maskrey

— “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1,” Kurt and Bart

— “Into the Woods,” Colleen Atwood

— “Maleficent,” Anna B. Sheppard, Jane Clive OUTSTANDING CONTEMPORARY TELEVISION SERIES

— “House of Cards,” Johanna Argan

— “Ray Donovan,” Christopher Lawrence

— “Saturday Night Live,” Tom Broecker, Eric Justian

— “Scandal,” Lyn Paolo

— “True Detective,” Jenny Eagan OUTSTANDING PERIOD/FANTASY TELEVISION SERIES

— “Boardwalk Empire,” John Dunn

— “Game of Thrones,” Michele Clapton

— “The Knick,” Ellen Mirojnick

— “Mad Men,” Janie Bryant

— “Masters of Sex,” Ane Crabtree OUTSTANDING MADE FOR TV MOVIE OR MINI SERIES

— “American Horror Story: Freak Show,” Lou Eyrich

— “Houdini,” Birgit Hutter

— “The Normal Heart,” Daniel Orlandi

— “Olive Kitteridge,” Jenny Eagan

— “Sherlock,” Sarah Arthur EXCELLENCE IN COMMERCIAL COSTUME DESIGN

— Army “Defy Expectations, Villagers,” Christopher Lawrence

— DirecTV “Less Attractive with Rob Lowe,” Mindy Le Brock, Jessica Albertson

— Dos Equis “Most Interesting Man in the World Walks on Fire,” Julie Vogel

— Kia Soul Hamster Commercial Featuring “Animals,” Anette Cseri

— Smirnoff “The Mixologist,” Laura Jean Shannon

—City News Service

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