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Oscar Nominated Production Designers And Set Decorators To Participate In Panel Discussion At Egyptian Theatre, March 3


artdir-logoAs part of the American Cinemateque’s Awards Season Seminars, the Art Directors Guild and the Set Directors Society of America are presenting an event free to the public, featuring the Oscar nominated Production Designers and Set Decorators from Beauty and the Beast, Blade Runner 2049, Darkest Hour, Dunkirk and The Shape of Water. 

The nominees will discuss their craft at the 12th Annual Art of Production Design Oscar Panel on a Saturday, March 3rd at 3pm. Sponsored by The Hollywood Reporter, the panel will be held at the Egyptian Theatre, 6712 Hollywood Blvd. Although the event is free, RSVPs are recommended at:

The Art Director Guild’s past president Thomas A. Walsh, ADG, and Jan Pascale, SDSA will moderate the discussion about the design teams for:
Beauty And The Beast
Production Designer: Sarah Greenwood, ADG and Set Decoration: Katie Spencer, SDSA.
Blade Runner 2049
Production Designer: Dennis Gassner, ADG
and Set Decoration: Alessandra Querzola, SDSA.
Darkest Hour
Production Designer: Sarah Greenwood, ADG and Set Decoration: Katie Spencer, SDSA.
Production Designer: Nathan Crowley, ADG
along with Set Decoration: Gary Fettis.
The Shape of Water
Production Designer: Paul Denham, ADG
and Set Decorators, Jeffrey A. Melvin & Shane Vieau.
Space is limited and on a first come, first served basis, so be sure to RSVP at
To request press credentials or one-on-one interviews with the panelists, please contact Cheri Warner at [email protected]. The event flyer can be seen here:
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