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The British Film Designers Guild Announce Winners at the 13th Production Design Awards

Mon 26th Feb 2024

The British Film Designers Guild (BFDG) announced winners of its 13th Production Design Awards, supported by BENlabs on Saturday night at The Londoner Hotel, Leicester Square.

Winners in the film categories included One Life and Saltburn, while recent BAFTA Production Design winner Poor Things picked up Best Production Design in the Major Motion Picture Fantasy category.

In television, awards went to the sixth season of Black Mirror and Silo.

A full list of winners can be found below.

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In other categories, the Planet Positive Award was presented to the Art Department of the second series of the BBC’s Good Omens for using innovative and sustainable building and construction practices. Honourable mentions in the category went to the television series Sløborn and Hijack.  

The esteemed Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to Production Designer Martin Childs, best known for his work on The Crown as well as The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Kenneth Branagh’s Frankenstein, The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas and Shakespeare in Love.

The awards took place before a sold-out audience of over 400 BFDG members, industry creatives and sponsors. The ceremony was hosted by the charismatic film critic and radio presenter Mark Kermode. 

BFDG Chair Blair Barnette said: 

“We are so proud to honour the teams and individuals who create a vision that transports audiences to different worlds. Tonight’s winners and nominees are among the best visual storytellers in the industry and we are delighted to be able to celebrate as an Art Department community”.