Odile Dicksmireaux Costume Designer
Odile Dicks-Mireaux was a BAFTA Award nominee as costume designer on One Day director Lone Scherfig’s Oscar-nominated An Education, previously for Focus Features, she was costume designer on Fernando Meirelles’ The Constant Gardener, for which Rachel Weisz won an Academy Award.
Her feature work also includes Stephen Frears’ Dirty Pretty Things and telefilm The Deal; Roger Donaldson’s The Bank Job; Roland Emmerich’s 10,000 BC; Gregory Read’s Like Minds (a.k.a. Murderous Intent); Angela Pope’s Captives; Gregor Jordan’s Buffalo Soldiers; Toa Fraser’s Dean Spanley; William Monahan’s London Boulevard; and, most recently, Declan Donnellan and Nick Ormerod’s Bel Ami.
Ms. Dicks-Mireaux started her career as costume designer at the BBC, where she worked on a diverse group of programs, ranging from the classic Blackadder and Doctor Who series to Warris Hussein’s telefilm Clothes in the Wardrobe (released theatrically as The Summer House) and Ben Bolt’s miniseries The Scarlet and the Black (which featured Rachel Weisz).
After leaving the BBC, she continued to work in U.K. television, winning a BAFTA Award for Best Costume Design on Julian Jarrold’s telefilm remake of Great Expectations and receiving BAFTA nominations for her work on Andy Wilson’s miniseries Gormenghast and Tim Fywell’s telefilm The Woman in White.
Ms. Dicks-Mireaux’ other television work includes Stephen Poliakoff’s acclaimed miniseries The Lost Prince, for which she received an Emmy Award and a Royal Television Society Award.