Las Vegas Film Critics Society Award For Best Art Direction

The Las Vegas Film Critics Society Award for Best Art Direction is one of the annual awards given by the Las Vegas Film Critics Society.

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Las Vegas Film Critics Society Award For Best Art Direction - Winners - 2010s
... Year Winner Art director(s) 2010 Black Swan David Stein 2011 The Artist Gregory S ... Hooper 2012 Prometheus Alex Cameron Las Vegas Film Critics Society Current Awards Actor Actress Animated Film Art Direction Cinematography Costume Design Director Documentary Film Editing Film Family Film Foreign ...

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