Art Directors Guild Awards Winners List – Updating Live
11.02.2024 - 03:43
Tonight’s the big night for production design pros. The 28th annual Art Directors Guild Awards for film, TV and theaters are being handed out at Ovation Hollywood’s Ray Dolby Ballroom, and Deadline is updating the winners live as they are announced. See the winners list below, followed by the remaining nominees
The guild divides its top film prizes into Fantasy, Period and Contemporary Feature categories. Since the trophy show launched in 1996, the winner of one of those has gone on to win the Art Direction/Production Design Oscar in 18 of the 27 years. It had a run of nine in a row snapped last year, when All Quiet on the Western Front went on to score the Academy Award after the Art Directors lauded Everything Everywhere All at Once (Fantasy), Babylon (Period) and Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (Contemporary).
The Morning Show director and producer and two-time ER Emmy winner Mimi Leder will receive ADG’s 2024 Cinematic Imagery Award, and the group is presenting a quartet of career honors to David Lowery, Greg Papalia, Wynn P. Thomas and Francine West.
The late production designer Lawrence G. Paull, a Blade Runner Oscar nominee whose credits also include Back to the Future and Romancing the Stone, will be inducted into the ADG Hall of Fame during the ceremony.
Established in 1937, the Art Directors Guild — IATSE Local 800 — represents 3,300 members who work in film, TV and theater as production designers and art directors; scenic, title and graphic artists; set designers and model makers; illustrators and matte artists.
Here are the winners so far at the 2024 ADC Awards, followed by the remaining nominees:
PERIOD FEATURE FILM
Production Designer: Adam Stockhausen
Killers of the Flower Moon