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Representing the interests of British art and costume departments since 1946
Representing the interests of British art and costume departments since 1946

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Summer Promotions from: VECTORWORKS & BOVILLES
Members only prices...see close Facebook page as we aren't allowed to publically show them. But they are pretty damned good.
New Licenses: quite alot% Off + FREE VSS
Offer Ends 23rd June 2016
(This is better than the normal BFDG deal we have in place)
Upgrades: Up to massive % Off
Offer Ends 22nd July 2016
(There are some terms and conditions relating to the age of your license and whether you have or have had VSS.)
For further details please contact Robert Wright at Bovilles (Tel: 01894 450333 / Email: sales@bovilles.co.uk)

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1946 First Art Directors Guild Annual Dinner
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Congratulations to all of our nominees & winners........
.......and the winners and runners up/honourably mentioned are...........
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LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT - Moira Tait
SPOTLIGHTING TALENT
Winner - Rebecca White
Runners up - Charlotte Malynn & Tim Dutton
BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR A FEATURE FILM
WINNER:
STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS - Darren Gilford PD, Rick Carter PD, Neil Lamont SAD, Al Bullock Snr AD, Gary Tomkins Snr AD and Art Directors James Clyne , James Collins, Rob Cowper, Peter Dorme, Jo Finkel, Kevin Jenkins, Ashley Lamont, Andrew Palmer, Stuart Rose, Hayley Easton Street, Stephen Swain, Mary McKenzie, Oliver Roberts, Matt M Albert Kerly plus Lee Sandales SD
HONOURABLE MENTION:
CINDERELLA: - Dante Ferrtti PD, Les Tomkins SAD, Gary Freeman SAD, Anthony Caron Anthony Caron-Delion AD, Paul Laugier AD, Stuart Rose AD, Frederico Constanti AD, Francesco Lo Schiavo SD
BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR A TELEVISION DRAMA
WINNER:
PENNY DREADFUL - Jonathan McKinstry PD, Jo Riddell SAD, Anthony Calvo AD, John King Snr AD, Colman Corish AD, and Philip Murphy SD
HONOURABLE MENTION:
GAME OF THRONES - Deborah Riley PD,Paul Ghiradani SAD, Phil Elton AD, Hauke Richter AD, Brendan Rankin AD and Rob Cameron SD
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AGM 7 February 2016
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Please book your ticket for the British Film Designers Guild Annual Summer BBQ which we are holding in conjunction with a Portfolio Surgery in the style of a "speed dating" event (where guild members are invited to attend to meet and discuss their work with Production Designers, Supervising Art Directors & Set Decorators).

Please note the booking website will only book you a BBQ ticket - should any member wish to also be included in the Portfolio Surgery, YOU MUST contact the office to reserve a place.


The BBQ, weather permitting will be held outside of the Club Bar & the "Surgery" will be held in the Hitchcock Room, situated in Heatherden House, at Pinewood - (follow signs for South Car Park).

This BBQ is open to all BFDG members and potential members/colleagues attending with a current member and is free for BFDG members. Drinks are available from the paid bar.

Open from 6.00 pm

Finishes at 9.00 pm

Last orders for food at 8.00 pm

NB You will only be able to attend if you either book a ticket yourself via link below or contact the BFDG office as security at Pinewood requires a guest list in advance

If you have any queries please contact the office - thank you

Link to booking website is https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bfdg-summer-bbq-inconjuction…
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Forwarded message from BECTU Art Department Branch
(London Prod Div)
Equipment Hire Survey
'As part of our renewed efforts to strengthen the Art Department we are looking at various issues that people feel need addressing. One of these is so called box rental (which from now on will be called 'Equipment Hire'.) 
 
Many now feel that the amounts being paid do not reflect the level of equipment that we are expected to provide on modern productions. To better understand the issue we have put together a short questionnaire. It will only take a minute or two and will greatly help us in the process of trying to improve your working conditions. '

Please complete the online survey at this link: http://www.tinyurl.com/artdeptkithire

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We are working very closely with the newly formed BECTU Art Department Branch, ensuring our voices are heard alongside other departments in discussions on rates, overtime, box rental and working hours. The art department branch have their AGM on 9th July which BECTU members and prospective members can attend to discuss the past year, plan the next year and vote on a new committee.
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BFDG AGM 2015 February, Pinewood Studios
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BBQ at Pinewood Studios
A few photos of last nights event which attracted over 85 BFDG members & Guest
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Pinewood studios Social BBQ September 2014
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Dear Members
Please  book your ticket for the British Film Designers Guild Annual Summer BBQ in conjunction with the 529 Club, which  is always a great opportunity to meet your friends in the industry and network with members of the Guild.
As usual we are holding it  in and outside of the Club Bar, situated in Heatherden House, at Pinewood - (follow signs for South Car Park).
This event is open to all BFDG members and friends/family and colleagues/potential members attending with a current member and is free for BFDG members (we just ask for a small donation of £7.50 from non members,  which will go towards food costs and is payable on site).  Drinks are available from the paid bar.
Open from 5.00 pm
Finishes at 9.00 pm
Last orders for food at 8.00 pm
NB You will only be able to attend if you either book a ticket yourself via this website or contact the BFDG office as security at Pinewood requires a guest list in advance
If you have any queries please contact the office
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Free Members Film Screening - Monday 13th May - Pinewood - Theatre 7 - 8.00 pm

STOKER

Cert 18.........98 mins..............20th Century Fox

Director - Park Chan-Wook Producers - Ridley & Tony Scott

Production Designer- Therese Deprez

Screenings open to Guild members and their guests - please sign in on arrival at
Theatre 7

IMDb synopsis says: "After India's father dies, her Uncle Charlie, who she never knew existed, comes to live with her and her unstable mother. She comes to suspect this mysterious, charming man has ulterior motives and becomes increasingly infatuated with him"
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