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Production designers for three Oscar-nominated films honored

Production designers for three Oscar-nominated films were honored by the Art Directors Guild on Saturday.

The 18th Excellence in Production Design Awards have three film categories. K.K. Barrett of "Her" won for contemporary film; Andy Nicholson of "Gravity" won the fantasy film category; and Catherine Martin won the period film honor for "The Great Gatsby."

The three are among nominees for the Academy Awards' production design category. The other Oscar nominees are for the films "American Hustle" and "12 Years a Slave," which were nominated against "Gatsby" in the guild's period film category.

Production designers for "Game of Thrones," "Behind the Candelabra" and "Veep" won in the guild's TV categories.

The Academy Awards take place March 2.

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