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SDSA Awards: Everything Everywhere All at Once Named Best Picture; Three Other Oscar Nominees Honored

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The Set Decorators Society of America (SDSA), which, despite its name, is an international organization, has named DanielsEverything Everywhere All at Once as its Best Picture of 2022. The film featured Set Decoration from Kelsi Ephraim, SDSA with Production Design by Jason Kisvarday. EEAAO also won a second award for Best Décor/Design of a Sci-Fi Feature.

On Tuesday afternoon, the group handed out a half-dozen statues at the 2022 SDSA Film Awards, which celebrate excellence in the art of set decoration for film. The awards were announced by SDSA Executive Director Gene Cane along with JoAnn Vara, who sits on the Board of Directors, from the RC Vintage Prop House in North Hollywood, and the announcement was live-streamed on the SETDECOR YouTube channel.

Three other Best Picture nominees at this year’s Oscars were honored for their set decoration efforts, including Elvis, Tár, and Top Gun: Maverick, though the latter two films actually tied for Best Decor/Design of a Contemporary Feature. Elsewhere, Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical and the Nicolas Cage movie The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent tied for Best Decor/Design of a Comedy or Musical.

The full list of winners can be found below along with the SDSA’s video announcement:

BEST PICTURE

Everything Everywhere All at Once – Set Decoration by Kelsi Ephraim, SDSA with Production Design by Jason Kisvarday

BEST ACHIEVEMENT IN DÉCOR/DESIGN OF A PERIOD FEATURE FILM

Elvis – Set Decoration by Bev Dunn, SDSA with Production Design by Catherine Martin & Karen Murphy

BEST ACHIEVEMENT IN DÉCOR/DESIGN OF A CONTEMPORARY FEATURE FILM

(Tie)

Tár – Set Decoration by Ernestine Hipper, SDSA with Production Design by Marco Bittner Rosser

and

Top Gun: Maverick – Set Decoration by Jan Pascale, SDSA with Production Design by Jeremy Hindle

BEST ACHIEVEMENT IN DÉCOR/DESIGN OF A MUSICAL OR COMEDY FEATURE FILM

(Tie)

Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical – Set Decoration by Anna Lynch-Robinson With Production Design by David Hindle and Christian Huband

and

The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent – Set Decoration by Letizia Santucci, SDSA with Production Design by Kevin Kavanaugh

BEST ACHIEVEMENT IN DÉCOR/DESIGN OF A SCIENCE FICTION OR FEATURE FILM

Everything Everywhere All at Once – Set Decoration by Kelsi Ephraim, SDSA with Production Design by Jason Kisvarday

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