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ADG Excellence in Production Design Award

 

ADG Excellence in Production Design Award


The ADG Excellence in Production Design Awards are an award presented annually by the Art Directors Guild (ADG) to recognize excellence in production design and art direction in the film and television industries. Honorees are presented with an award made by New York firm, Society Awards.

Contents

  • Film 1
    • Feature Film (1996-1999) 1.1
    • Period or Fantasy Film (2000-2005) 1.2
    • Period Film (2006-present) 1.3
    • Fantasy Film (2006-present) 1.4
    • Contemporary Film (2000-present) 1.5
  • Television 2
    • Single Camera Series (2000-present) 2.1
    • Episode of a Multi-Camera, Variety, or Unscripted Series (2000-present) 2.2
    • TV Series (1996-1999) 2.3
    • Television Movie or Mini-Series (1997-present) 2.4
    • Episode of a Half Hour Single-Camera Television Series (2008 to present) 2.5
    • Awards Show, Variety, Music, or Non-Fiction Program (1997-2011) 2.6
    • Awards, Music, or Game Shows (2012-present) 2.7
    • Short Format, Live Action Series (2013-present) 2.8
    • Commercials, PSA, Promo, Music Videos (2004-present) 2.9
  • References 3

Film

Feature Film (1996-1999)

Period or Fantasy Film (2000-2005)

Period Film (2006-present)

Fantasy Film (2006-present)

Contemporary Film (2000-present)

Television

Single Camera Series (2000-present)

Episode of a Multi-Camera, Variety, or Unscripted Series (2000-present)

TV Series (1996-1999)

Television Movie or Mini-Series (1997-present)

Episode of a Half Hour Single-Camera Television Series (2008 to present)

Awards Show, Variety, Music, or Non-Fiction Program (1997-2011)

Awards, Music, or Game Shows (2012-present)

Short Format, Live Action Series (2013-present)

  • 2013: Battlestar Galactica by production designer Brian Kane

Commercials, PSA, Promo, Music Videos (2004-present)

References

  • www.adg.org 2011 awards
  • www.adg.org award history
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