Saltburn, Poor Things Win British Film Designers Guild Awards

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Saltburn, Poor Things Win British Film Designers Guild Awards


Saltburn, One Life and Poor Things are all winners in the film categories of the British Film Designers Guild Awards, whose annual prizes were handed out Saturday evening in London.

TV winners include Black Mirror Season 6, Good Omens and Silo.

In total, design excellence was recognized across 14 categories. Full list of winners below.

The Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to production designer Martin Childs – best known for his work on the Netflix series The Crown, as well as The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Kenneth Branagh’s Frankenstein, The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas and Shakespeare in Love.

BFDG Chairperson Blair Barnette said: 

“We are so proud to honour the teams and individuals who create a vision that transports audiences to different worlds. Tonight’s winners and nominees are among the best visual storytellers in the industry and we are delighted to be able to celebrate as an Art Department community”.

Full list of winners:

PETER LAMONT – SPOTLIGHTING NEW TALENT AWARD 
(Supported by Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden)

Amy Herring – Junior Draughtsperson


BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN – COMMERCIAL
(Supported by Helix 3D)

Ged Clarke
Production Designer – Crowdstrike “Troy”

Moulay Abdellah Achir
Stylist – Crowdstrike “Troy”

Amin Rharda
Stylist – Crowdstrike “Troy”


BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN – SHORT FILM 

Olavo Abrantes
Production Designer – Recursive Dreams

Jeannie Chandler
Art Director – Recursive Dreams 

Eleanor Dolan
Set Decorator – Recursive Dreams 

Francesca Jones
Set Decorator – Recursive Dreams 


PRODUCTION DESIGN – PLANET POSITIVE 

The Art Department – Good Omens II


BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN – TV – LIGHT ENTERTAINMENT & BAND 1 PROGRAMMES

Warren Gray
Production Designer – Catch Me A Killer

Sara Hartinger
Supervising Art Director- Catch Me A Killer 

Anneke Botha
Set Decorator – Catch Me A Killer

Annicia Bloom
Set Decorator – Catch Me A Killer


BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN – TV – BAND 2 PROGRAMMES
(Supported by supported by ScreenSkills High-End TV Skills Fund) 


Udo Kramer
Production Designer – Black Mirror S6

Philip Barber
Supervising Art Director – Black Mirror S6 

Peter Findley
Supervising Art Director – Black Mirror S6, Ep4 Mazey Day

Mike Britton
Set Decorator – Black Mirror S6


BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN – TV BAND 3 & 4 PROGRAMMES
(Supported by BENlabs)

Gavin Bocquet
Production Designer – Silo

Phil Harvey
Supervising Art Director – Silo

Amanda Bernstein
Set Decorator- Silo


BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN – FEATURE FILM – PERIOD 

Christina Moore
Production DesignerOne Life

Aline Leonello
Supervising Art Director – One Life

Philippa Hart
Set DecoratorOne Life


BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN – FEATURE FILM – CONTEMPORARY 
(Supported by 4Wood TV & Film Construction)

Suzie Davies
Production Designer – Saltburn 

Caroline Barclay 
Supervising Art Director – Saltburn 

Charlotte Dirickx
Set Decorator – Saltburn 


BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN – MAJOR MOTION PICTURE – PERIOD 

John Paul Kelly
Production Designer  – A Haunting in Venice

Peter Russell
Supervising Art Director – A Haunting in Venice

Celia Bobak
Set Decorator – A Haunting in Venice


BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN – MAJOR MOTION PICTURE – CONTEMPORARY 
(Supported by TLO)

Gary Freeman
Production Designer – Mission Impossible 7 Dead Reckoning 

Phil Sims 
Supervising Art Director – Mission Impossible 7 Dead Reckoning 

Raffaella Giovannetti
Set Decorator – Mission Impossible 7 Dead Reckoning 


BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN – MAJOR MOTION PICTURE – FANTASY 
(Supported by Revolver Motion)

James Price
Production Designer – Poor Things

Shona Heath 
Production Designer – Poor Things

Adam Makin
Supervising Art Director – Poor Things

James Lewis
Supervising Art Director – Poor Things

Zsuzsa Mihalek
Set Decorator – Poor Things


WINNER 13TH BFDG PRODUCTION DESIGN AWARDS
OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO THE ART DEPARTMENT

Heather Noble – Art Director


WINNER 13TH BFDG PRODUCTION DESIGN AWARDS LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT 
(Supported by Data Reprographics)

Martin Childs



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