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Set Decorators Name Power of the Dog Best Picture Yet Being the Ricardos Wins Period Prize

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Power of the Dog
Image via Netflix

The Set Decorators Society of America has announced the winners of this year’s SDSA Awards, which honor contemporary and period features, as well as sci-fi/fantasy movies and comedy/musicals.

Jane Campion‘s Netflix movie The Power of the Dog won the SDSA Award for Best Picture, yet it somehow lost to Being the Ricardos in the Period category for decor/design. It’s hard to make sense of that one, especially since the SDSA had no problem giving David Fincher‘s Mank both awards last year.

Elsewhere, No Time to Die won for contemporary feature film, while Dune was crowned the design king of 2021 fantasy/sci-fi movies and Wes Anderson‘s immaculate The French Dispatch was named the winner in the comedy/musical category.

The full list of SDSA Award winners can be found below along with a video of this year’s awards presentation:

SDSA AWARD for BEST PICTURE of 2021

The Power of the Dog (Netflix)
Directed by Jane Campion
Set Decoration by Amber Richards with Production Design by Grant Major

BEST ACHIEVEMENT IN DECOR/DESIGN OF A CONTEMPORARY FEATURE FILM

No Time to Die
Set Decoration by Véronique Melery SDSA with Production Design by Mark Tildesley

BEST ACHIEVEMENT IN DECOR/DESIGN OF A PERIOD FEATURE FILM

Being the Ricardos
Set Decoration by Ellen Brill SDSA with Production Design by Jon Hutman

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

Dune
Set Decoration by Zsuzsanna Sipos with Production Design by Patrice Vermette

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

The French Dispatch of the Liberty, Kansas Evening Sun
Set Decoration by Rena DeAngelo SDSA with Production Design by Adam Stockhausen

 

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