Life of Pi, Anna Karenina, Skyfall win Art Directors Guild Awards Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus Share Share on Pinterest Share Send email Mail Best Art Direction for a Fantasy Film: David Gropman for Life of Pi Best Art Direction for a Period Film: Sarah Greenwood, Anna Karenina Best Art Direction for a Contemporary Film: Dennis Gassner, Skyfall February 2, 2013 0 Comments Ryan Adams Posted in ADGArt Directionfeatured Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus Share Share on Pinterest Share Send email Mail Best Art Direction for a TV Mini-Series: Mark Worthington, American Horror Story Wreck-It-Ralph wins 5 Annie Awards February 2, 2013 0 Comments Ben Affleck wins the DGA February 2, 2013 0 Comments About author Ryan Adams Related Posts 0 Comments BEST DIRECTORBEST PICTUREfeaturedPredictions Friday Predictions Friday: First Wave of Critics Shifts Race Read more 0 Comments ContestsfeaturedNewsNYFCC New York Film Critics Preview and Prediction Contest! Read more 0 Comments featuredFOREIGN LANGUAGENews Leading Oscar Contenders for Best Foreign Language Film Read more 0 Comments featuredGotham AwardsNews Moonlight Sweeps 26th Gotham Independent Film Awards with 4 Top Prizes Read more Tags ADG AwardsArt Directors Guild 3.14 Why no comments? Fabinho Flapp Well, art direction in AHS: Asylum is nice. Fabinho Flapp Life of Pi won. Nice! 🙂 Ryan Adams yay yay! Fabinho Flapp And Skyfall. It´s over. steve50 NICE! Astarisborn Not much of a surprise, any of these 3 have a chance at winning oscar. Happy for Pi. Astarisborn ^ my bad, Skyfall isn’t nominated. Paddy Mulholland Anna Karenina has surely got to win the Oscar. I haven’t seen production design as opulent and creative as that in any Western feature, like ever yet. Would have preferred The Hobbit over Life of Pi, but it’s hard to argue with these winners. They’re all good picks. Joe Calahan It’s over. Anna Karenina wins the award for Oscar. Joe Calahan The Life of Pi or The Hobbit should win the award. Anna Karenina is a very small film. Larry I’m still predicting Lincoln for this Oscar, despite the guild awards. It won the Satellite award and it’s nominated for BP, which most Art Direction winners are (that leaves out Anna Karenina). It’s a close race though. Curious to see who wins the BAFTA for this category.