Art Directors Guild Awards 2024 Winners List


Tonight’s the big night for production design pros. The 28th annual Art Directors Guild Awards for film, TV and theaters in 14 categories are being handed out at Ovation Hollywood’s Ray Dolby Ballroom, and Deadline is updating the winners live as they are announced. See the list below, followed by the remaining nominees.

The motion picture awards kicked off with Ruth De Jong taking the Period Feature Film ADG award for Universal’s Oppenheimer. In an emotional acceptance speech, she noted that the team built a replica of Los Alamos in the desert in just eight weeks and thanked director Christopher Nolan for making a “perfect film.” De Jong’s also up for the Production Design Oscar next month.

Production designer Patrick O’Keefe later took the Animated Feature Film prize for Sony’s Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse. He shouted out to the “visionaries” who brought the pic to life. Art director Dean Gordon said from the stage that the Across the Spider-Verse featured “the largest animation crew ever, approaching a thousand people.”

On the TV side, production designer Glenda Rovello took the ADG’s Multi-Camera Series award for Paramount+’s rebooted Frasier. Production designer Brandon Tonner-Connolly followed up with the Half-Hour Single-Camera Series prize for FX’s now-wrapped Reservation Dogs.

The night’s first TV prize, for One-Hour Period Single-Camera Series, went to Production designer Francesca di Mottola for Hulu’s The Great. Mathieu Weekes and Benjamin Norman won the Variety or Reality Series prize for Netflix’s Squid Game: The Challenge, and Brian Stonestreet later won Variety Special for the 80th Golden Globe Awards on NBC. 

The first statuette of the night, for Short Format and Music Videos went to production designer Ethan Tobman and the team behind Taylor Swift’s video for “I Can See You.” Later there was a tie in the Commercials category, with production designers Florencia Martin and François Audouy winning for their respective ads for Booking.com and Apple.

The guild divides its top film prizes into Fantasy, Period and Contemporary Feature categories. Since the trophy show launched in 1996, the winner of one of those has gone on to win the Art Direction/Production Design Oscar in 18 of the 27 years. It had a run of nine in a row snapped last year, when All Quiet on the Western Front scored the Academy Award after the Art Directors lauded Everything Everywhere All at Once (Fantasy), Babylon (Period) and Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (Contemporary).

From left: David Lowery, Greg Papalia, Wynn P. Thomas and Francine West

Art Directors Guild

Mimi Leder

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The Morning Show director and producer and two-time ER Emmy winner Mimi Leder received ADG’s 2024 Cinematic Imagery Award, and the group presented a quartet of career honors to Jurassic Park and Iron Man franchise storyboard artist David Lowery, Planet of the Apes franchise and Godzilla vs. Kong set designer Greg Papalia, longtime Spike Lee and Mars Attacks! production designer Wynn P. Thomas and The Affair and The Wire scenic artist Francine West. 

The late production designer Lawrence G. Paull, a Blade Runner Oscar nominee whose credits also include Back to the Future and Romancing the Stone, was inducted into the ADG Hall of Fame during the ceremony. 

Established in 1937, the Art Directors Guild — IATSE Local 800 — represents 3,300 members who work in film, TV and theater as production designers and art directors; scenic, title and graphic artists; set designers and model makers; illustrators and matte artists.

The Neighborhood and New Girl actor Max Greenfield is hosting the 2024 ADC Awards for Excellence in Production Design. Here are the winners so far, followed by the remaining nominees:

Winners

VARIETY OR REALITY SERIES
Squid Game: The Challenge: “War”
Production Designers: Mathieu Weekes, Benjamin Norman

VARIETY SPECIAL
80th Golden Globe Awards
Production Designer: Brian Stonestreet

COMMERCIALS
(Tie)
Booking.com: “Somewhere, Anywhere,” The Musical
Production Designer: Florencia Martin

Apple: The New Macbook Pro: “Scary Fast”
Production Designer: François Audouy

HALF HOUR SINGLE-CAMERA SERIES
Reservation Dogs: “Deer Lady”
Production Designer: Brandon Tonner-Connolly

MULTI-CAMERA SERIES
Frasier: “Moving In”
Production Designer: Glenda Rovello

ANIMATED FEATURE FILM
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse
Production Designer: Patrick O’Keefe

PERIOD FEATURE FILM
Oppenheimer
Production Designer: Ruth De Jong

ONE-HOUR PERIOD SINGLE-CAMERA SERIES
The Great: “You the People,” “Fun,” “Peter and the Wolf”
Production Designer: Francesca di Mottola

SHORT FORMAT & MUSIC VIDEOS
Taylor Swift: “I Can See You”
Production Designer: Ethan Tobman

Nominees

FANTASY FEATURE FILM

Barbie
Production Designer: Sarah Greenwood

The Creator
Production Designer: James Clyne

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3
Production Designer: Beth Mickle

Poor Things
Production Designers: James Price, Shona Heath

Wonka
Production Designer: Nathan Crowley

CONTEMPORARY FEATURE FILM

Beau Is Afraid
Production Designer: Fiona Crombie

John Wick: Chapter 4
Production Designer: Kevin Kavanaugh

The Killer
Production Designer: Donald Graham Burt

Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One
Production Designer: Gary Freeman

Saltburn
Production Designer: Suzie Davies

ONE-HOUR FANTASY SINGLE-CAMERA SERIES

For All Mankind: “The Bear Hug”
Production Designer: Seth Reed

The Last of Us: “Infected”
Production Designer: John Paino

Loki: “Ouroboros”
Production Designer: Kasra Farahani

The Mandalorian: “Chapter 23: The Spies”
Production Designers: Doug Chiang, Andrew L. Jones

Silo: “Machines”
Production Designer: Gavin Bocquet

ONE-HOUR CONTEMPORARY SINGLE-CAMERA SERIES

Fargo: “Trials and Tribulations”
Production Designer: Trevor Smith

The Morning Show: “The Kármán Line,” “Ghost in the Machine,” “Love Island”
Production Designer: Nelson Coates

Poker Face: “Escape From Shit Mountain”
Production Designer: Judy Rhee

Succession: “America Decides”
Production Designer: Stephen Carter

Yellowjackets: “Digestif”
Production Designer: Margot Ready

TELEVISION MOVIE OR LIMITED SERIES

All the Light We Cannot See
Production Designer: Simon Elliott

A Murder at the End of the World
Production Designer: Alex DiGerlando

Beef
Production Designer: Grace Yun

Daisy Jones & The Six
Production Designer: Jessica Kender

Lessons in Chemistry
Production Designer: Cat Smith


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