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The 2021 Set Decorators Society of America (SDSA) Award Nominees Announced

The Set Decorators Society of America (SDSA), which celebrates excellence in the art of Set Decoration for Film, announced its nominees. The Decor/Design categories are highlighting feature-length films of the 2021 season, which were  voted  on by the members of the SDSA.

Here is the full list of Nominees:

BEST ACHIEVEMENT IN DECOR/DESIGN OF A CONTEMPORARY FEATURE FILM

Don’t Look Up (Set Decoration by Tara Pavoni with Production Design by Clayton Hartley)

Hand of God (Set Decoration by Iole Autero with Production Design by Carmine Guarino

The Lost Daughter (Set Decoration by Christine-Athina Vlachos with Production Design by Inbal Weinberg)

No Time To Die (Set Decoration by Véronique Melery SDSA with Production Design by Mark Tildesley)

BEST ACHIEVEMENT IN DECOR/DESIGN OF A PERIOD FEATURE FILM

Being The Ricardos (Set Decoration by Ellen Brill SDSA with Production Design by Jon Hutman) 

House of Gucci (Set Decoration by Letizia Santucci SDSA with Production Design by Arthur Max) 

Licorice Pizza (Set Decoration by Ryan Watson SDSA with Production Design by Florencia Martin SDSA)

Nightmare Alley (Set Decoration by Shane Vieau with Production Design by Tamara Deverell)

The Power of the Dog (Set Decoration by Amber Richards with Production Design by Grant Major)

BEST ACHIEVEMENT IN DECOR/DESIGN OF A FANTASY OR SCIENCE FICTION FEATURE FILM

Dune (Set Decoration by Zsuzsanna Sipos with Production Design by Patrice Vermette)

The King’s Man (Set Decoration by Dominic Capon with Production Design by Darren Gilford)

The Matrix Resurrections (Set Decoration by Lisa Brennan & Barbara Munch SDSA with Production Design by Hugh Bateup & Peter Walpole)

Spider-Man: No Way Home (Set Decoration by Rosemary Brandenburg SDSA with Production Design by Darren

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The recipient is often a single person or else a representative of a group of people, be it an organisation, a sports team or a whole country. The award item may be a decoration, that is an insignia suitable for wearing, such as a medal (order), badge, ribbon or pin. It can also be a token object such as prize, trophy or commemorative plaque. The award may also be or be accompanied by a title, certificate or diploma, as well as an object of direct value such as money or a scholarship.