Production Design /

The Great Gatsby

Catherine Martin (Production Design); Beverley Dunn (Set Decoration)

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Film Synopsis

In an era of heedless excess, the enigmatic Jay Gatsby seems to personify the spirit of the Jazz Age. Using his wealth and extravagant parties to draw the attention of his former love, Daisy, Gatsby hopes to rekindle their romance despite her intervening marriage to the ruthless Tom Buchanan.

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Academy Awards History

Including her nomination this year for Costume Design for THE GREAT GATSBY, this is the sixth Academy Award nomination for Catherine Martin. She was previously nominated for:

AUSTRALIA (2008)

Nominee, Costume Design

MOULIN ROUGE (2001)

Winner, Art Direction

MOULIN ROUGE (2001)

Winner, Costume Design

WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S ROMEO & JULIET (1996)

Nominee, Art Direction

 

This is the first Academy Award nomination for Beverley Dunn.

Beverley Dunn: Thank you. Thank you to the Academy. Thank you to our fellow nominees. We were among a great group of people. I accept this award on behalf of the truly many technicians who fall under the umbrella of the art department. And believe you me, on Gatsby, there were many, many very talented technicians who worked on the film.

Catherine Martin: I’d like to thank Karen Murphy, my associate production designer. Neither Bev nor I would be standing here if it wasn’t for you. Our supervising art director, Ian Gracie. You rock and you swear a lot. Thank you and I’ve just got to shout-out to my children or they’ll never forgive me. Hi, Lilly. Hi, William. Thank you.

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