Bafta Award for Best Production Design

List of winners of the BAFTA Awards from 1964 to the present in the category "Best Production Design".

Winners and nominees


Best Production Design (and Art Direction)
1968: 2001: A Space OdysseyErnest Archer, Harry Lange and Anthony Masters

1969: Oh! What a Lovely WarDonald M. Ashton


1970: WaterlooMario Garbuglia

1971: Death in Venice (Morte a Venezia)Ferdinando Scarfiotti

1972: CabaretRolf Zehetbauer

1973: The HirelingNatasha Kroll

1974: The Great GatsbyJohn Box

1975: RollerballJohn Box

1976: Bugsy MaloneGeoffrey Kirkland

1977: Fellini's Casanova (Il casanova di Federico Fellini)Danilo Donati and Federico Fellini

1978: Close Encounters of the Third KindJoe Alves

1979: AlienMichael Seymour


1980: The Elephant ManStuart Craig

1981: Raiders of the Lost ArkNorman Reynolds

1982: Blade RunnerLawrence G. Paull

1983: La TraviataGianni Quaranta and Franco Zeffirelli

1984: The Killing FieldsRoy Walker

1985: BrazilNorman Garwood

1986: A Room with a ViewBrian Ackland-Snow and Gianni Quaranta

1987: Radio DaysSanto Loquasto

1988: Tucker: The Man and His DreamDean Tavoularis

1989: The Adventures of Baron MunchausenDante Ferretti


1990: Dick TracyRichard Sylbert

1991: Edward ScissorhandsBo Welch

1992: Strictly BallroomCatherine Martin

1993: The PianoAndrew McAlpine

1994: Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire ChroniclesDante Ferretti

1995: Apollo 13Michael Corenblith

1996: Richard IIITony Burrough

1997: Romeo + JulietCatherine Martin

1998: The Truman ShowDennis Gassner

1999: Sleepy HollowRick Heinrichs


2000: GladiatorArthur Max

2001: Amélie (Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain)Aline Bonetto

2002: Road to PerditionDennis Gassner

2003: Master and Commander: The Far Side of the WorldWilliam Sandell

2004: The AviatorDante Ferretti

2005: Harry Potter and the Goblet of FireStuart Craig

2006: Children of Men – Jim Clay, Geoffrey Kirkland and Jennifer Williams

2007: AtonementSarah Greenwood and Katie Spencer

2008: The Curious Case of Benjamin ButtonDonald Graham Burt and Victor J. Zolfo

2009: AvatarRick Carter, Robert Stromberg and Kim Sinclair


2010: Guy Hendrix Dyas, Larry Dias and Doug MowatInception

2011: Dante Ferretti and Francesca Lo SchiavoHugo

2012: Eve Stewart and Anna Lynch-Robinson - Les Misérables

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