BFDG Awards Entries 2019 – voting now closed

For the first time in the BFDG awards history, we have invited members to enter their project, accompanied by the following supporting assets: a still image that best represents the work on the production; a piece of artwork from the production, this can be either be a set drawing, concept drawing or graphic; plus a video clip.

Though voting has now finished on the film and tv awards, you can still view the finalists entries below.

The award for Spotlighting New Talent has been voted on solely by the BFDG committee.  The three finalists work is now featured below with their proposer/s submission statement

Lifetime Achievement – this category will only be voted on and agreed
by the BFDG committee – the winner will be announced at the BFDG awards Gala

The BFDG Production Design Awards is being held on 1st February 2020
at the Sheraton Grand, Piccadilly, London. 

To book your seat or table simply click on the EVENTS tab. 
We hope to see you there!

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Spotlighting New Talent FINALISTS:

Anaïs Delpech

Set Decorating Assistant

“Anaïs has a very strong work ethic. She is diligent, hard-working, creative and persistent, qualities which hold her in good stead within the Set Dec Team. 

Her technical drawing and photoshop skills prove invaluable – as they are adaptable to any challenge that is required. This with her organisational prowess make her a strong linchpin of the creative team.”

Anne Clemens

Art Department Assistant

“Anne is a bright enthusiastic, hard working member of the art dept. who has shown a great capacity for self improvement in drawing and model making. She took on all the tasks of ADA on Pennyworth and followed them to conclusion,with great discipline and common sense. She also in her spare time did her own drawings whenever possible, and showed great improvement over the course of the project.I can’t think of a better candidate for this Award”

“Not long after she completed the FDI course at Pinewood, Anne obtained her first role as an Art Department Assistant on ‘Pennyworth’, creating a vast amount of white card models and doing her general duties as an assistant. Within just a few weeks with finishing on Pennyworth, she became a Junior Draftsperson on Fantastic Beasts 3! She has quickly risen to the challenge and demonstrated that she has the skills and determination to be part of the Art Department within film & Television.”

“Whenever you talk to Anne about what she’s doing you feel her genuine enthusiasm and excitement. Seeing someone love what they do so much, has an incredibly positive effect you. She is by far the most determined person I have ever met, travelling to another country to start a new life, just for the chance to get into the art department takes an incredible amount of courage. On top of this is her kindness, being likeable and being able to get people on your side is hugely important in becoming part of an effective team.”

Molly Blake

Art Department Assistant

“Molly Blake has worked on three consecutive pictures with our Supervising Art Director. We met Molly last year on Fast and Furious Hobbs and Shaw when the production needed a runner in Doncaster for 6 weeks, Molly then made the move to London where she was offered her work in January 2019, after she had completed the industry Set Dec course. 

She is bright, reliable and very perceptive, she is very committed, capable, good at adding up and finding out what to do next. So her promotion in the art department has moved quickly.”

Final round of Voting Ends in

2019/12/27 23:59:00

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