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'POTC: AWE', 'Ratatouille' honored by Art Directors Guild

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  • 'POTC: AWE', 'Ratatouille' honored by Art Directors Guild

    ADG honors production designers
    'Ratatouille,' 'Bourne' among nominees


    By Dave McNary
    Variety
    Posted: Fri., Jan. 11, 2008, 2:39pm PT

    The Art Directors Guild has tapped 15 features in three categories for its production design awards, with winners to be announced Feb. 16 at the Beverly Hilton.

    Nominees in the period film category went to Arthur Max for "American Gangster," Sarah Greenwood for "Atonement," Guy Hendriz Days for "Elizabeth: The Golden Age," Dante Ferretti for "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street" and Jack Fisk for "There Will Be Blood."

    Fantasy nods went to Dennis Gassner for "The Golden Compass," Stuart Craig for "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix," Rick Heinrichs for "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End," Harley Jessup for "Ratatouille" and James Bissell for "300."

    Noms in the contemporary film category were given to Peter Wenham for "The Bourne Ultimatum," Michel Eric and Laurent Ott for "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly," Carlos Conti for "The Kite Runner," Kevin Thompson for "Michael Clayton" and Jess Gonchor for "No Country for Old Men."
    http://www.variety.com/awardcentral_...ryid=1983&cs=1
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    Re: 'POTC: AWE', 'Ratatouille' honored by Art Directors Guild

    yay At World's End & Ratatouille won!! Congrats to 2 of the best movies of 2007!!
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      Re: 'POTC: AWE', 'Ratatouille' honored by Art Directors Guild

      Originally posted by wdwnut4life View Post
      yay At World's End & Ratatouille won!! Congrats to 2 of the best movies of 2007!!

      They were both honored to be named among the nominees thus far & best of luck to both next month.
      The Art Directors Guild has tapped 15 features in three categories for its production design awards, with winners to be announced Feb. 16 at the Beverly Hilton.
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        Re: 'POTC: AWE', 'Ratatouille' honored by Art Directors Guild

        'Simpsons' characters to host ADG Awards

        Staff report
        The Hollywood Reporter
        Jan 19, 2008

        "Eex-cell-ennnt," as "The Simpsons" Mr. Burns would say. Actor Harry Shearer, the voice of Burns and many other "Simpsons" characters, will host the 12th annual Art Directors Guild Awards ceremony Feb. 16 at the Beverly Hilton.

        Eight ADG awards for excellence in production design will be handed out in TV, film and commercials categories, along with a lifetime achievement award to production designer Stuart Craig and a cinematic imagery award to Ray Harryhausen. Five legendary production designers will also be inducted into the ADG Hall of Fame that evening.
        http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/...20f7efce3eca91
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