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Production design, camera operator nominees announced

Stop us if you’ve heard these movie titles already this awards season: “Saving Mr. Banks,” “American Hustle,” “Gravity.”

The films are earning nominations in seeminly every corner of the industry, on Thursday they each grabbed nods from the Art Directors Guild and the Society of Camera Operators.

The guild’s Excellence in Production Design Awards have three film categories:

Period films: “12 Years a Slave,” “The Great Gatsby,” “Inside Llewyn Davis,” “Saving Mr. Banks” and “American Hustle”

Fantasy films: “Elysium,” “Gravity,” “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug,” “Oblivion” and “Star Trek Into Darkness”

Contemporary films: “August: Osage County,” “Blue Jasmine,” “Captain Phillips,” “Her” and “The Wolf of Wall Street”

The guild also made nominations for a number of TV, commercial and video game categories. Awards will be presented Feb. 8.

The camera operators group nominated Ian Fox for “Saving Mr. Banks,” Geoffrey Haley for “American Hustle,” Jaques Jouffret for “Lone Survivor,” P. Scott Sakamoto for “Labor Day” and Peter Taylor for “Gravity.”

The awards, including one for television hopefuls, will be unveiled in a ceremony Feb..15.

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