The 2018 BAFTA Awards Winners Announced for Best Production Design

Winners for the 2018 BAFTA Awards were announced today in a gala awards ceremony in London at Royal Albert Hall. See here for winners.

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts have announced the winners of the 2018 BAFTA Awards, aka EE British Academy Film Awards.

The Shape of Water was nominated in 12 categories. Darkest Hour and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri both received nine nominations; Blade Runner 2049 and Dunkirk both have eight. I, Tonya received five nominations, Call Me by Your Name and Phantom Thread had four each, Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool, Lady Bird and Paddington 2 received three nominations each.

The nominations were announced January 9th by Natalie Dormer and Letitia Wright at BAFTA’s London headquarters, 195 Piccadilly.

The EE British Academy Film Awards took place on Sunday, February 18th at the Royal Albert Hall, London. The ceremony was hosted by Joanna Lumley and was broadcast exclusively on BBC One. The ceremony was also broadcast in all major territories around the world.

For Best Production Design nominees, scroll down. For the full list of winners, click here.


BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN 2018 BAFTA AWARDS NOMINEES


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BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

Production Designer: Sarah Greenwood
Set Decorator: Katie Spencer


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BLADE RUNNER 2049

Production Designer: Dennis Gassner
Set Decorator: Alessandra Querzola


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DARKEST HOUR

Production Designer: Sarah Greenwood
Set Decorator: Katie Spencer


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DUNKIRK

Production Designer: Nathan Crowley
Set Decorator: Gary Fettis


WINNER

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THE SHAPE OF WATER

Production Designer: Paul Austerberry
Set Decorators: Jeff Melvin and Shane Vieau

WINNER


I’m so happy to see Sarah Greenwood received two nominations for designing both Darkest Hour and Beauty and the Beast. I consider her a role model. She is a master of her craft and excels on every single film she does. However I am even happier to see production designer Paul Austerberry win tonight for The Shape of Water. He deserves it. How do you feel about the 2018 BAFTA Awards winners? Which films do you feel deserved to be win? As always, I’d love to know what you’re thinking in the comments below.

Rose Lagacé | @artdepartmental


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Posted by Rose Lagacé

Rose Lagacé is a production designer for film & television by day and an emerging filmmaker by night. Rose is also the creator and editor of Art Departmental where she celebrates the art and craft of production design.

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