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Art Directors Guild announces 2022 awards nominations


Brad Pitt, Bad Bunny, Bullet Train, David Leitch, Art Directors Guild
Brad Pitt and Bad Bunny in Bullet Train

January hasn't truly begun in awards season until the guilds and societies start ringing in, and they're finally up and running with today's announcement of the nominees for the Art Directors Guild's 2022 awards. Movies aren't eligible for more than one prize here so there are no frontrunners in terms of nominations tallies. These are pretty good overall though, with the expected contenders joined by a few mild surprises, and no undeserving nominees. Winners will be announced on 18 January.


Achievement in Production Design - Period Feature Film

All Quiet on the Western Front (Christian M. Goldbeck)

Babylon (Florencia Martin)

Elvis (Catherine Martin and Karen Murphy)

The Fabelmans (Rick Carter)

White Noise (Jess Gonchor)


Achievement in Production Design - Fantasy Feature Film

Avatar: The Way of Water (Dylan Cole and Ben Procter)

The Batman (James Chinlund)

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (Hannah Beachler)

Everything Everywhere All at Once (Jason Kisvarday)

Nope (Ruth de Jong)


Achievement in Production Design - Contemporary Feature Film

Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths (Eugenio Caballero)

Bullet Train (David Scheunemann)

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (Rick Heinrichs)

Tar (Marco Bittner Rosser)

Top Gun: Maverick (Jeremy Hindle)


Achievement in Production Design - Animated Feature Film

Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio (Guy Davis and Curt Enderle)

Lightyear (Tim Evatt)

Marcel the Shell with Shoes On (Liz Toonkel)

Puss in Boots: The Last WIsh (Nate Wragg)

Turning Red (Rona Liu)

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