Oscar-nominated sci-fi movies Her and Gravity and period drama The Great Gatsby were among the big winners at the Art Directors Guild Awards on Saturday night (08Feb14).
Joaquin Phoenix's film was honoured for its production design in the Contemporary Film category during the ceremony at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in California, while Gravity was named best Fantasy Film and The Great Gatsby Period Film.
In the Tv categories, awards went to Game Of Thrones, Veep and Michael Douglas' small screen movie Behind The Candelabra, while legendary Hollywood director Martin Scorsese accepted the guild's prestigious Cinematic Imagery Award.
The moviemaker was presented with the prize by his The Wolf Of Wall Street stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill.
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