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Art Directors Guild Nominations Announced
American Hustle, Gravity and The Great Gatsby are among the film nominees for the 18th annual Art Directors Guild's Excellence in Production Design Awards, it was announced Thursday morning.
Breaking Bad, Behind the Candelabra and Arrested Development are among the TV nominees.
The film nominations are broken down into three categories: period film, fantasy film and contemporary film.
The period film nominations cover movies set in the pre-Civil War south through the late 1970s-early 1980s Abscam scandal. Those nominees are, in chronological order by the period depicted: 12 Years a Slave, The Great Gatsby, Inside Llewyn Davis, Saving Mr. Banks and American Hustle.
The fantasy nominees consist of movies set in outer space, the future and Middle-Earth. The fantasy nominees are: Elysium, Gravity, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, Oblivion, and Star Trek Into Darkness.
The contemporary film nominees are: August: Osage County, Blue Jasmine, Captain Phillips, Her (which technically takes place in the future) and The Wolf of Wall Street.
The TV nominations are broken down into the following categories: One-Hour Single Camera Television Series; Television Movie or Mini-Series; Half-Hour Single-Camera Television Series; Short Format, Live Action Series; Multi-Camera, Variety, or Unscripted Series; and Awards, Music, or Game Shows.
Noteworthy TV nominees include: Breaking Bad, Downton Abbey, Game of Thrones, Mad Men, American Horror Story: Coven, Behind the Candelabra, Bonnie and Clyde, new limited series Mob City, Arrested Development, Californication, Modern Family, Parks and Recreation, Veep, The Big Bang Theory, How I Met Your Mother, Portlandia, Saturday Night Live and The Voice.
The Emmys, Tonys, Billboard Music and American Music Awards were all nominated for awards as was last year's Super Bowl halftime show, featuring Beyonce.
Commercial and music video nominees, including The Arcade Fire's "Reflektor" and Justin Timberlake and Jay Z's "Suit & Tie," were also announced.
The awards recognize production design across those 10 categories.
The ceremony is set to take place on Feb. 8 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, with comedian Owen Benjamin as the host.
At the ADG Awards, Martin Scorsese will receive the Cinematic Imagery Award, Rick Carter will receive the Guild's Lifetime Achievement Award, and Robert Clatworthy, Harper Goff and J. Michael Riva will be inducted into the ADG's Hall of Fame.
The nominations were announced by ADG Council Chair John Shaffner and Awards co-producers Dave Blass and Raf Lydon.
A complete list of nominees follows.
NOMINEES FOR EXCELLENCE IN PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR A FEATURE FILM IN 2013:
AMERICAN HUSTLE - Production Designer: Judy Becker
THE GREAT GATSBY - Production Designer: Catherine Martin
INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS - Production Designer: Jess Gonchor
SAVING MR. BANKS - Production Designer: Michael Corenblith
12 YEARS A SLAVE - Production Designer: Adam Stockhausen
ELYSIUM - Production Designer: Philip Ivey
GRAVITY - Production Designer: Andy Nicholson
THE HOBBIT: THE DESOLATION OF SMAUG - Production Designer: Dan Hennah
OBLIVION - Production Designer: Darren Gilford
STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS - Production Designer: Scott Chambliss
AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY - Production Designer: David Gropman
BLUE JASMINE - Production Designer: Santo Loquasto
CAPTAIN PHILLIPS - Production Designer: Paul Kirby
HER - Production Designer: K.K. Barrett
THE WOLF OF WALL STREET - Production Designer: Bob Shaw
NOMINEES FOR EXCELLENCE IN PRODUCTION DESIGN IN TELEVISION FOR 2013:
One-Hour Single Camera Television Series
Production Designer: Bill Groom
Episode: Old Ship of Zion
Production Designer: Mark Freeborn
Production Designer: Donal Woods
GAME OF THRONES
Production Designer: Gemma Jackson
Episode: Valar Dohaeris
Production Designer: Dan Bishop
Episode: The Better Half
Television Movie or Mini-Series
AMERICAN HORROR STORY: COVEN
Production Designer: Mark Worthington
BEHIND THE CANDELABRA
Production Designer: Howard Cummings
BONNIE & CLYDE
Production Designer: Derek R. Hill
Episode: Night 1 & Night 2
Production Designer: Gregory Melton
Episode: A Guy Walks Into A Bar, Reason To Kill A Man
Production Designer: Patrizia von Brandenstein
Half Hour Single-Camera Television Series
Production Designer: Dan Butts
Episode: The B. Team
Production Designer: Ray Yamagata
Episode: The Unforgiven
Production Designer: Richard Berg
Episode: The Wow Factor
PARKS AND RECREATION
Production Designer: Ian Phillips
Production Designer: Jim Gloster
Short Format, Live Action Series
Production Designer: Mimi Gramatky
Episode: Salvation or Destruction
BLOOD AND CHROME
Production Designer: Brian Kane
Production Designer: Rachel Myers
Episode: The Truth Hurts
Production Designer: Stuart Blatt
H+: THE DIGITAL SERIES
Production Designer: Andres Cubillan
Episode: Visions Of Whats To Come
Multi-Camera, Variety, or Unscripted Series
THE BIG BANG THEORY
Production Designer: John Shaffner
Episode: The Bakersfield Expedition
HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER
Production Designer: Steve Olson
Episode: The Light House
Production Designer: Tyler Robinson
SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE
Keith Ian Raywood
N. Joseph Detullio
Episode: Justin Timberlake/Justin Timberlake
James Pearse Connelly
Episode: Live Playoffs, Part 1
Awards, Music, or Game Shows
THE AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS 2013
Production Designer: Joe Stewart
2013 BILLBOARD MUSIC AWARDS
Production Designer: Brian Stonestreet
THE 65th PRIMETIME EMMY AWARDS
Production Designer: Brian Stonestreet
THE 67th ANNUAL TONY AWARDS
Production Designer: Steve Bass
SUPERBOWL XLVII HALFTIME SHOW
Production Designer: Bruce Rodgers
Commercial, PSA, Promo, and Music Video
Production Designer: Anastasia Masaro
CALL OF DUTY: GHOSTS
Production Designer: Todd Cherniawsky
Episode: Epic Night Out
Production Designer: Tom Wilkins
Episode: The Getaway
Production Designer: Christopher Glass
Episode: Factory of Life
JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE FT. JAY Z
Production Designer: Richard Bridgland
Episode: Suit & Tie