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Art Directors Guild Announces Timeline for 26th Annual ADG Awards


ADG.2020.logo.1The Art Directors Guild (ADG, IATSE Local 800) has announced the timeline for its 26th Annual Excellence in Production Design Awards, honoring Production Design in theatrical motion pictures, television, commercials, animated features and music videos.

The ceremony will take place on Saturday, March 5, 2022, with the location to be determined, ADG President Nelson Coates and AD Council Chair Mark Worthington announced today.

The honorees for Lifetime Achievement, Hall of Fame and Cinematic Imagery Awards will be announced at a later date.

The 2021-22 timeline for the ADG Awards is:

Submissions Open for TV & Feature Film at Mon, Oct. 4, 2021
Submissions for TV Close Mon, Nov. 8, 2021
Submissions for Feature Films Close Mon, Dec. 20, 2021
Online Voting for TV & Feature Film Nominations Begins Mon, Dec. 27, 2021
Online Voting for All Nominations Ends Fri, Jan. 21, 2022 (5PM PT)
Nominations Announced Mon, Jan 24, 2022
Final Online Voting Begins Thurs, Feb. 3, 2022
Final Online Voting Ends Thurs, March 3, 2022 (5PM PT)
Winners Announced at 26th Annual ADG Awards Sat, March 5, 2022

*** Dates subject to change

ADG Awards are open only to productions when made within the U.S. by producers signatory to the IATSE agreement. Foreign entries are acceptable without restrictions.

Further inquiries regarding the ADG Awards may be directed to Debbie Patton, ADG Awards & Events Director, at 818.762.9995 or via Email at [email protected].

More information and rules can be found at

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