‘Hidden Figures,’ ‘La La Land,’ ‘Passengers’ Win Art Directors Guild Awards

“Hidden Figures,” “Passengers” and “La La Land” have won the top feature-film awards at the 21st Annual Art Directors Guild’s Excellence in Production Design Awards, which took place on Saturday night in Los Angeles.

“Hidden Figures” won the award in the period film category, “Passengers” won in the fantasy film category and “La La Land” won in the contemporary film category.

Over the last decade, four of the ADG winners in the period category and three of the winners in the fantasy category have gone on to win the Oscar for production design. Three Oscar films have won the Oscar without first winning the ADG award, though all were nominated by the guild.

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This year’s Oscar nominees for production design include the ADG winners “La La Land” and “Passengers,” as well as “Arrival,” “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” and “Hail, Caesar!,”

In the TV categories, winners included “Westworld,”  “Mr. Robot,” “The Night Of,” “Mozart in the Jungle” and “The Great Indoors.”

The ceremony took place in the Ray Dolby Ballroom in the Hollywood & Highland Center in Hollywood. The show was hosted by Patton Oswalt, with the Cinematic Imagery Award going to director Brad Bird and Lifetime Achievement Awards going to production designer Rene Lagler, scenic artist Albert Obregon, set designer Cate Bangs and senior illustrator Joseph Musso.

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The winners:

FEATURE FILM:

Period Film: “Hidden Figures”
Production Designer: Wynn Thomas

Fantasy Film: “Passengers”
Production Designer: Guy Hendrix Dyas

Contemporary Film: “La La Land”
Production Designer: David Wasco

TELEVISION:

One-Hour Period or Fantasy Single-Camera Series: “Westworld”: “Pilot”
Production Designer: Nathan Crowley

One-Hour Contemporary Single-Camera Series: “Mr. Robot”: “Eps2.0_unm4sk-pt1.tc,” “Eps2.4_m4ster-slave.aes,” “Eps2.9_pyth0n-pt1.p7z”
Production Designer: Anastasia White

Television Movie or Limited Series: “The Night Of”: Pilot
Production Designer: Patrizia Von Brandenstein

Half Hour Single-Camera Series: “Mozart in the Jungle”: “Now I Will Sing”
Production Designer: Tommaso Ortino

Multi-Camera Series: “The Great Indoors”: “Pilot”
Production Designer: Glenda Rovello

Awards or Event Special: “Beyonce: Lemonade”
Production Designer: Hannah Beachler

Short Format: Web Series, Music Video or Commercial: iPhone 7: “Balloons”
Production Designer: James Chinlund

Variety, Reality or Competition Series: “Saturday Night Live”: “Larry David/The 1975,” “Peter Dinklage/Gwen Stefani,” “Tom Hanks/Lady Gaga”
Production Designers: Keith Ian Raywood, Eugene Lee, Akira Yoshimura, N. Joseph DeTullio

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“Hidden Figures,” “Passengers” and “La La Land” have won the top feature-film awards at the 21st Annual Art Directors Guild’s Excellence in Production Design Awards, which took place on Saturday night in Los Angeles.

“Hidden Figures” won the award in the period film category, “Passengers” won in the fantasy film category and “La La Land” won in the contemporary film category.

Over the last decade, four of the ADG winners in the period category and three of the winners in the fantasy category have gone on to win the Oscar for production design. Three Oscar films have won the Oscar without first winning the ADG award, though all were nominated by the guild.

This year’s Oscar nominees for production design include the ADG winners “La La Land” and “Passengers,” as well as “Arrival,” “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” and “Hail, Caesar!,”

In the TV categories, winners included “Westworld,”  “Mr. Robot,” “The Night Of,” “Mozart in the Jungle” and “The Great Indoors.”

The ceremony took place in the Ray Dolby Ballroom in the Hollywood & Highland Center in Hollywood. The show was hosted by Patton Oswalt, with the Cinematic Imagery Award going to director Brad Bird and Lifetime Achievement Awards going to production designer Rene Lagler, scenic artist Albert Obregon, set designer Cate Bangs and senior illustrator Joseph Musso.

The winners:

FEATURE FILM:

Period Film: “Hidden Figures”
Production Designer: Wynn Thomas

Fantasy Film: “Passengers”
Production Designer: Guy Hendrix Dyas

Contemporary Film: “La La Land”
Production Designer: David Wasco

TELEVISION:

One-Hour Period or Fantasy Single-Camera Series: “Westworld”: “Pilot”
Production Designer: Nathan Crowley

One-Hour Contemporary Single-Camera Series: “Mr. Robot”: “Eps2.0_unm4sk-pt1.tc,” “Eps2.4_m4ster-slave.aes,” “Eps2.9_pyth0n-pt1.p7z”
Production Designer: Anastasia White

Television Movie or Limited Series: “The Night Of”: Pilot
Production Designer: Patrizia Von Brandenstein

Half Hour Single-Camera Series: “Mozart in the Jungle”: “Now I Will Sing”
Production Designer: Tommaso Ortino

Multi-Camera Series: “The Great Indoors”: “Pilot”
Production Designer: Glenda Rovello

Awards or Event Special: “Beyonce: Lemonade”
Production Designer: Hannah Beachler

Short Format: Web Series, Music Video or Commercial: iPhone 7: “Balloons”
Production Designer: James Chinlund

Variety, Reality or Competition Series: “Saturday Night Live”: “Larry David/The 1975,” “Peter Dinklage/Gwen Stefani,” “Tom Hanks/Lady Gaga”
Production Designers: Keith Ian Raywood, Eugene Lee, Akira Yoshimura, N. Joseph DeTullio

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