Art directors dress up their film, TV noms

By Carl DiOrio
The Hollywood Reporter
Jan 19, 2007

Film nominees by the Art Directors Guild covered most of Oscar's best picture favorites, but with nominations handed out in period, fantasy and contemporary categories, the production designers also recognized several pictures left out of many awards lists.

The guild also announced several categories of TV noms. Winners will be announced at a gala Feb. 17 at the Beverly Hilton.

A complete list of nominees follows:

Period Film

Curse of the Golden Flower, production designer Huo Tingxiao;
Dreamgirls, production designer John Myhre;
Flags of Our Fathers, production designer Henry Bumstead;
The Good Shepherd, production designer Jeannine Oppewall;
The Prestige, production designer Nathan Crowley

Fantasy Film

Children of Men, production designers Jim Clay, Geoffrey Kirkland;
Pan's Labyrinth, production designer Eugenio Caballero;
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, production designer Rick Heinrichs;
Superman Returns, production designer Guy Hendrix Dyas;
V for Vendetta, production designer Owen Paterson

Contemporary Film

Babel, production designer Brigitte Broch;
Casino Royale, production designer Peter Lamont;
The Da Vinci Code, production designer Allan Cameron;
The Departed, production designer Kristi Zea;
The Queen, production designer Alan MacDonald

Single-Camera TV Series

24, "7 a.m.-8 a.m.," production designer Joseph Hodges;
Deadwood, "True Colors," production designer Maria Caso;
Heroes, "Six Months Ago," production designer Ruth Ammonl
Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, "Pilot," production designer Carlos Barbosa;
Ugly Betty, "The Box and the Bunny," production designer Mark Worthington
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