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Winners Announced for the 

British Film Designers Guild Awards 2020

The winners of the British Film Designers Guild Awards have been announced in a virtual ceremony streamed tonight.

This year saw 3 new awards for: Commercial, Short Film and Outstanding Contribution to the Art Department. In other categories, The Gentlemen, 1917 and Tenet were among the winners.

Tonight in a light hearted and humorous virtual ceremony the British Film Designers Guild recognised and celebrated the success of their colleagues in film, television and light entertainment production design.

The evening was hosted by BFDG Chairperson and Production Designer, Sonja Klaus and celebrity presenters included actor, Tim Robbins and Manchester United footballer Andy Cole. Major sponsors supporting the evening were film industry supply and service companies: BGI Supplies, Compuhire and Data Reprographics.

The ceremony can be viewed HERE

A full list of the winners are listed here:

THE PETER LAMONT AWARD – SPOTLIGHTING NEW TALENT

Libby Hoggard – Junior Graphics

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN – COMMERCIAL

David Lee

Production Designer – Argos Christmas Advert

 

Grant Bailey

Art Director – Argos Christmas Advert

Poppy Luard

Stylist – Argos Christmas Advert

 

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN – SHORT FILM 

Jamie Lapsley

Production Designer – Expensive Shit 

Gordon Rogers

Art Director – Expensive Shit

Imogen Toner

Set Decorator – Expensive Shit

 

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN – LIGHT ENTERTAINMENT TV PROGRAMME

 

Samantha Harley

Production Designer – Sex Education, Series 2

 

Samantha Jay Cliff

Supervising Art Director – Sex Education, Series 2

 

Miri Katz

Set Decorator – Sex Education, Series 2

 

Alexandra Slade

Set Decorator – Sex Education, Series 2

 

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN – INDEPENDENT TV DRAMA INCLUDING MINI SERIES, TV MOVIE OR LIMITED SERIES

 

Arwel W Jones

Production Designer – Dracula

 

Harry Trow

Supervising Art Director – Dracula

 

Hannah Nicholson

Set Decorator – Dracula

 

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN – INTERNATIONAL TV DRAMA INCLUDING MINI SERIES, TV MOVIE OR LIMITED SERIES

 

Simon Bowles

Production Designer – Avenue 5

 

Stuart Kearns

Supervising Art Director – Avenue 5

 

Liz Griffiths

Set Decorator – Avenue 5

 

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN – INDEPENDENT FEATURE FILM – PERIOD

 

Cristina Casali

Production Designer – The Personal History of David Copperfield

 

Nick Dent

Supervising Art Director – The Personal History of David Copperfield

 

Charlotte Watts

Set Decorator – The Personal History of David Copperfield

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN – INDEPENDENT FEATURE FILM – CONTEMPORARY

 

Gemma Jackson

Production Designer – The Gentlemen

 

Martyn John

Supervising Art Director – The Gentlemen

 

Sarah Whittle

Set Decorator – The Gentlemen

 

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN – INTERNATIONAL STUDIO FEATURE FILM – PERIOD

 

Dennis Gassner

Production Designer – 1917

 

Niall Moroney

Supervising Art Director – 1917

 

Lee Sandales

Set Decorator – 1917

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN – INTERNATIONAL STUDIO FEATURE FILM – FANTASY

 Nathan Crowley

Production Designer – Tenet

Toby Britton

Supervising Art Director – Tenet

(Estonia, UK, Italy, Norway, Denmark)

 

Eggert Ketilsson

Supervising Art Director – Tenet

(Estonia, India)

 

Jenne Lee

Supervising Art Director – Tenet

(US)

 

Kathy Lucas

Set Decorator – Tenet

(International)

 

Emmanuel Delis

Set Decorator – Tenet

(Estonia)

 

Anna Pinnock

Set Decorator – Tenet

(UK)

 

OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO THE ART DEPARTMENT

Gary Tomkins

Art Director

 

LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT

John King

Supervising Art Director

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The BFDG awards was set up to recognise and to highlight the skills and creative importance of the work undertaken by the British Production Designers, Set Decorators, and their associated departments and crews. These talented individuals work behind the scenes bringing the Director’s vision to life and in turn allowing the viewer to travel on a totally immersive journey, through wildly imaginative environments and historical themes.

The British Film Designers Guild was established over 70 years ago and has a membership of over 500 talented individuals who represent every level in Film and Television Art Departments; those straight from education, to heads of department: Supervising Art Director, Set Decorator and Production Designer.

CONTACTS AND BACKGROUND INFORMATION

https://www.instagram.com british_film_designers_guild

: @BFDG_Film_Guild

Website: www.britishfilmdesigners.com

#bfdgawards2020

FOR INTERVIEWS AND MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:

Ali O’Neill (Communications Manager) 07708 015264

[email protected]

 

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