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Satellite Award for Best Art Direction and Production Design

The Satellite Award for Best Art Direction (and Production Design) is one the annual awards given by the International Press Academy.

Winners and nominees

1990s

Best Art Direction:

2000s

Best Art Direction and Production Design

Year Movie Winner(s) and Nominee(s)
2008 Australia Catherine Martin, Ian Gracie, Karen Murphy
Brideshead Revisited Alice Normington, Thomas Brown, Lynne Huitson, Ben Munro
City of Ember Martin Laing, Jon Billington, Ross Bradshaw, James Foster, Ashleigh Jeffers
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button Donald Graham Burt, Kelly Curley, Michele Laliberte, Randy Moore, Scott Plauche, Tom Reta
The Duchess Michael Carlin, Karen Wakefield
Revolutionary Road Kristi Zea, Teresa Carriker-Thayer, John Kasarda, Nicholas Lundy
2009 A Single Man Dan Bishop, Ian Phillips
2012 Barry Chusid, Elizabeth Wilcox
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus Anastasia Masaro, Dave Warren, Terry Gilliam
Public Enemies Nathan Crowley, Patrick Lumb, William Ladd Skinner
Red Cliff Eddy Wong, Tim Yip
The Road Chris Kennedy

2010s

Year Movies Winner(s) and nominee(s)
2011 The Artist Gregory S. Hooper, Laurence Bennett
Anonymous Sebastian T. Krawinkel, Stephan O. Gessler
Faust Jiri Trier, Yelena Zhukova
Hugo Dante Ferretti, Francesca Lo Schiavo
Mysteries of Lisbon Isabel Branco
Water for Elephants Jack Fisk
2012 Lincoln Rick Carter, Curt Beech, David Crank, and Leslie McDonald
Anna Karenina Niall Moroney, Nick Gottschalk, Sarah Greenwood, Thomas Brown and Tom Still
The Dark Knight Rises James Hambidge, Kevin Kavanaugh, Naaman Marshall and Nathan Crowley
Les Misérables Anna Lynch-Robinson and Eve Stewart
The Master David Crank and Jack Fisk
A Royal Affair Niels Sejer
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