• Art Directors Guild Award Nominations

    LOS ANGELES (CNS) – “American Hustle” and “12 Years a Slave” continued to collect award nominations today, with each earning a production design nod for period films from the Art Directors Guild.

    Also nominated in the category were “The Great Gatsby,” “Inside Llewyn Davis” and “Saving Mr. Banks.”

    The ADG’s 18th annual Excellence in Production Design Awards will be presented Feb. 8 at the Beverly Hilton. Comedian Owen Benjamin will host the event.

    For fantasy films, nominations went to production designers of “Elysium,” “Gravity,” “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug,” “Oblivion” and “Star Trek Into Darkness.”

    Contemporary film nominations went to “August: Osage County,” “Blue Jasmine,” “Captain Phillips,” “Her” and “The Wolf of Wall Street.”

    During the ceremony, director Martin Scorsese will receive the guild’s Cinematic Imagery Award, while production designer Rick Carter will receive a lifetime achievement award. Robert Clatworthy, Harper Goff and J. Michael Riva will be inducted into the guild’s Hall of Fame.

    Here is a complete list of nominees: Period Film

    – “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 Fantasy Film

    – “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 Contemporary Film

    – “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 One-Hour Single Camera Television Series

    – “Boardwalk Empire,” Production Designer: Bill Groom; Episode: Old Ship of Zion

    – “Breaking Bad,” Production Designer: Mark Freeborn; Episode: Felina

    – “Downton Abbey,” Production Designer: Donal Woods; Episode: 7

    – “Game Of Thrones,” Production Designer: Gemma Jackson; Episode: Valar Dohaeris

    – “Mad Men,” Production Designer: Dan Bishop; Episode: The Better Half Television Movie or Mini-Series

    – “American Horror Story: Coven,” Production Designer: Mark Worthington; Episode: Bitchcraft

    – “Behind The Candelabra,” Production Designer: Howard Cummings

    – “Bonnie & Clyde,” Production Designer: Derek R. Hill; Episode: Night 1 & Night 2

    – “Mob City,” Production Designer: Gregory Melton; Episode: A Guy Walks Into A Bar, Reason To Kill A Man

    – “Phil Spector,” Production Designer: Patrizia von Brandenstein Half Hour Single-Camera Television Series

    – “Arrested Development,” Production Designer: Dan Butts; Episode: The B. Team

    – “Californication,” Production Designer: Ray Yamagata; Episode: The Unforgiven

    – “Modern Family,” Production Designer: Richard Berg; Episode: The Wow Factor

    – “Parks And Recreation,” Production Designer: Ian Phillips; Episode: London

    – “Veep,” Production Designer: Jim Gloster; Episode: Helsinki Short Format, Live Action Series

    – “10,000 Days,” Production Designer: Mimi Gramatky; Episode: Salvation or Destruction

    – “Battlestar Galactica: Blood And Chrome,” Production Designer: Brian Kane; Episode: Pilot

    – “Blue,” Production Designer: Rachel Myers; Episode: The Truth Hurts

    – “Daybreak,” Production Designer: Stuart Blatt; Episode: 5

    – “H+: The Digital Series,” Production Designer: Andres Cubillan; Episode: Visions Of What’s 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

    – “Portlandia,” Production Designer: Tyler Robinson; Episode: Missionaries

    – “Saturday Night Live,” Production Designers: Akira Yoshimura, Eugene Lee, Keith Ian Raywood, N. Joseph Detullio; Episode: Justin Timberlake/Justin Timberlake

    – “The Voice,” Production Designers: Anton Goss, 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

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