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Bina Daigeler

Costume Designer

After moving from her native Munich to Madrid, Bina Daigeler’s early work in costume departments included stints on Bille August’s The House of the Spirits and Ridley Scott’s 1492: Conquest of Paradise.

Her first movie as costume designer was Juanma Bajo Ulloa’s Airbag. She has since gone on to design the costumes for, among other features, Pedro Almodóvar’s All About My Mother and Volver, both of which brought her Goya Award nominations; Joaquín Oristrell’s Inconscientes and Fernando Léon de Aranoa’s Princesas, both of which also brought her Goya Award nominations; Chus Gutiérrez’ Insomnio and Poniente; Christopher Hampton’s Imagining Argentina, starring Antonio Banderas and Emma Thompson; Mr. Banderas’ El camino de los ingleses; Jordi Mollà’s No somos nadie; Luis Llosa’s The Feast of the Goat; Maria de Medeiros’ April Captains; Antón Reixa’s The Carpenter’s Pencil; Steven Soderbergh’s Che, both the first and second parts; and John Malkovich’s The Dancer Upstairs and Alejandro González Iñárritu’s upcoming Biutiful, both starring Javier Bardem.

Ms. Daigeler returned to Germany to design the costumes for Michael Herbig’s 2001 comedy Manitou’s Shoe, which became one of the country’s all-time top-grossing films; and Marie Noelle and Peter Sehr’s 2008 family drama The Anarchist’s Wife.