Art Directors Guild
All everywhere all at once, Babylon And Glass onion: a mystery at loggerheads won Best Picture honors at the 27th Annual Art Directors Guild Awards tonight. Yvette Nicole Brown hosted tonight’s awards for the second straight year at the InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown. Check out the full list below.
Everything everywhere all at once won for Fantasy Feature Film, the first Hollywood epic directed by Damien Chazelle Babylon won the award for period feature film and Glass onion: a mystery at loggerheads was honored for Contemporary Feature.
Since the guild launched its trophy show in 1996, one of its main winners – for fantasy, period or contemporary feature – or has won the Art Direction/Production Design Oscar during of 18 of 26 years, including the last nine in a row. ADG Fantasy Film Winner Last Year Dunes went on to win the Oscar.
In the running for the Production Design Oscar next month, the teams behind All is Quiet on the Western Front, Avatar: The Waterway, Babylon, Elvis And The Fabelmans.
The show opened with the presentation of the William Cameron Menzies Award to Guillermo del Toro, who emphasized the importance of community and collaboration in his acceptance speech. It was followed soon after with del Toro’s Pinocchio winner for animated feature.
Nicole Kidman flew in from Australia to present the Guild’s Film Imagery Award to Elvis director Baz Luhrmann and his wife and longtime producing partner Catherine Martin. “Guillermo got it so well, this is a deep, deep collaboration,” Luhrmann said, adding, “We’re so honored to be part of this storytelling community.”
TV winners tonight include Del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities for the limited series TV movie, The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power for an hour-long single-camera fantasy series, Pachinko for an hour-long single-camera series how i met your father for multi-camera seriesOur flag means death for half-hour single-camera series and Breakup for a one-hour contemporary single-camera series.
Saturday Night Live won the variety series category. The trophy was dedicated to the late Eugene Lee, who had served as production designer on the series since its launch in 1975. Lee died earlier this month at the age of 83.
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The 2023 Lifetime Achievement Award winners honored tonight were set designer Luis G, Hoyos, set designer Lilly Kilvert, graphic designer Michael Denering and illustrator/screenwriter Janet Kusnick. Natacha Rambova and Terence Marsh were posthumously inducted into the ADG Hall of Fame.
Here are the winners of the Art Directors Guild Awards 2023:
Everything everywhere all at once; Production designer: Jason Kisvarday
CONTEMPORARY FEATURE FILM
Glass onion: a mystery at loggerheads; Production designer: Rick Heinrichs
Babylon; Production designer: Florencia Martin
ANIMATED FEATURE FILM
At Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio; Decorators: Guy Davis, Curt Enderle
TV MOVIE OR LIMITED SERIES
Cabinet of curiosities by Guillermo del Toro; Production designer: Tamara Deverell
ONE HOUR PERIOD SINGLE CAMERA SERIES
Pachinko: “Chapter One”; Production designer: Mara LePere-Schloop
how i met your father: “Pilot”; Production designer: Glenda Rovello
HALF HOUR SINGLE CAMERA SERIES
Our flag means death: “Pilot”; Production designer: Ra Vincent
ONE HOUR SINGLE CAMERA CONTEMPORARY SERIES
Breakup: “Good news about hell”; Production designer: Jeremy Hindle
ONE HOUR SINGLE CAMERA FANTASY SERIES
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power: “Adar”; Production designer: Ramsey Avery
94th Annual Oscars; Production designer: David Korins
VARIETY, REALITY OR COMPETITION SERIES
Saturday Night Live: “Jack Harlow welcomes episode 4 of season 48, the musical guest of Jack Harlow”
Set designers: Keith Raywood, Eugene Lee, Akira Yoshimura, N. Joseph De Tullio
SHORT FORMAT: MUSIC VIDEO OR WEB SERIES
Adele “I drink wine”; Production designer: Liam Moore
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power “Title Announcement”; Production designer: Brian Branstetter