Winners Announced for the British Film Designers Guild Awards 2018
The winners of the British Film Designers Guild Awards have been announced at the ceremony hosted by Mark Kermode at the Royal Horseguards Hotel, London on Saturday 9 February 2019.
The Favourite, Bohemian Rhapsody, Mary Poppins and Killing Eve were among the winners with Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts Production Designer Stuart Craig picking up the special award for Lifetime Achievement.
At tonight’s British FilmDesigners Guild Awards some of the best talent in the British Art Department gathered at the Royal Horseguards Hotel in Whitehall, London to recognise and celebrate the success of their colleagues in film, television and light entertainment production design.
The evening was hosted by film critic and BBC Radio 5 Live presenter Mark Kermode and was supported by Warner Brothers Productions and industry props supplier Men at Work along with a host of other film industry sponsors.
A full list of the winners are listed here:
SPOTLIGHTING NEW TALENT 2018
BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN 2018- LIGHT ENTERTAINMENT TV PROGRAMME
Jonathan Paul Green, Production Designer, The Chase
BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN 2018 – INDEPENDENT TV DRAMA INCLUDING MINI SERIES, TV MOVIE OR LIMITED SERIES
Kristian Milsted, Production Designer, Killing Eve
Fabrice Spelta, Supervising Art Director, Killing Eve
Libby Uppington, Set Decorator, Killing Eve
BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN 2018 – INTERNATIONAL TV DRAMA INCLUDING MINI SERIES, TV MOVIE OR LIMITED
Peter Walpole, Production Designer, Sense8 S2 Episode 12
Tamara Marini, Art Director, Sense8 S2 Episode 12
Roberto Caruso, Art Director, Sense8 S2 Episode 12
Raffaella Giovannetti, Set Decorator, Sense8 S2 Episode 12
BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN 2018 – INDEPENDENT FEATURE FILM – PERIOD
Fiona Crombie, Production Designer, The Favourite
Lynne Huitson, Supervising Art Director, The Favourite
Alice Felton, Set Decorator, The Favourite
BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN 2018 – INDEPENDENT FEATURE FILM – CONTEMPORARY
Peter Francis, Production Designer, The Children Act
Astrid Sieben, Supervising Art Director, The Children Act
Sara Wan, Set Decorator, The Children Act
BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN 2018 – INTERNATIONAL STUDIO FEATURE FILM – PERIOD
Aaron Haye, Production Designer, Bohemian Rhapsody
Stuart Kearns, Supervising Art Director, Bohemian Rhapsody
David Hindle, Supervising Art Director, Bohemian Rhapsody
Anna Lynch Robinson, Set Decorator, Bohemian Rhapsody
BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN 2018- INTERNATIONAL STUDIO FEATURE FILM – CONTEMPORARY
Simon Bowles, Production Designer, Johnny English Strikes Again
Ben Collins, Supervising Art Director, Johnny English Strikes Again
Liz Griffiths, Set Decorator, Johnny English Strikes Again
BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN 2018 – INTERNATIONAL STUDIO FEATURE FILM – FANTASY
John Myre, Production Designer, Mary Poppins Returns
Niall Moroney, Supervising Art Director, Mary Poppins Returns
Gordon Sim, Set Decorator, Mary Poppins Returns
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT 2018
CONTACTS AND BACKGROUND INFORMATION
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 Directors 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 400 who represent every level of the Art Department those straight from education, to heads of department: Supervising Art Director, Set Decorator and Production Designer.
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