Awards for 2000

Excellence in Production Design Award

Variety or Awards Show, Music Special or Documentary


The 71st Annual Academy Awards: Roy Christopher (production designer), Steve Olson (art director), Tamlyn Wright (assistant art director)


Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards '99: Susan Bolles (production designer), Betty Krul (art director)

The 41st Annual Grammy Awards: Bob Keene (production designer), Brian J. Stonestreet (art director), Joe Cashman (assistant art director)

Annie: Stephen Hendrickson (production designer), Edward L. Rubin (art director)

Feature Film


Sleepy Hollow: Rick Heinrichs (production designer), Leslie Tomkins (art director), John Dexter (art director), Kevin Phipps (art director), John Wright Stevens (art director), Ken Court (art director), Andy Nicholson (art director), Bill Boes (assistant art director), Julian Ashby (assistant art director), Gary Tomkins (assistant art director), Nick Navarro (assistant art director)


American Beauty: Naomi Shohan (production designer), David Lazan (art director), Catherine Smith (assistant art director)

Anna and the King: Luciana Arrighi (production designer), Tom Nursey (art director), John Ralph (art director), Paul Ghirardani (art director), Marc Fisichella (art director)

The Matrix: Owen Paterson (production designer), Michelle McGahey (art director), Hugh Bateup (art director)

Titus: Dante Ferretti (production designer), Pier Luigi Basile (art director), Massimo Razzi (art director), Domenico Sica (art director)

Television Series


The West Wing: Jon Hutman (production designer), Tony Fanning (art director)
For the pilot episode.


The Magnificent Seven: Jerry Wanek (production designer), John Bucklin (art director)
For episode "Chinatown".

Roswell: Vincent Jefferds (production designer), Dawn Snyder (art director)
For episode "Monster".

Star Trek: Voyager: Richard D. James (production designer), Louise Dorton (art director)
For episode "11:59".

The X-Files: Corey Kaplan (production designer), Phil Dagort (art director), Sandy Getzler (art director), Steven R. Miller (assistant art director)
For episode "Amor Fati".

Television Movie or Mini-Series


Introducing Dorothy Dandridge: James H. Spencer (production designer), A. Leslie Thomas (art director), Kristen Pratt (assistant art director)


The Hunley: Roy Forge Smith (production designer), Michael Rizzo (art director)

Lansky: Edward T. McAvoy (production designer), Brad Ricker (art director), Richard L. Johnson (art director)

P.T. Barnum: Paul Peters (production designer), Raymond Dupuis (art director), Jean Kazemirchuk (art director), Eric Fraser (art director), Jean-Andre Carriere (assistant art director)

The '60s: Vincent Jefferds (production designer), Dawn Snyder (art director)

Contribution to Cinematic Imagery Award


Lifetime Achievement Award


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