What is set decoration?

  • (noun): A decoration used as part of the set of a theatrical or movie production.

Some articles on set decoration:

19th Academy Awards - Awards
... Darling Set Decoration Thomas Little and Frank E ... Hughes The Razor's Edge – Art Direction Richard Day and Nathan Juran Set Decoration Thomas Little and Paul S ... Art Direction Hans Dreier and Walter Tyler Set Decoration Sam Comer and Ray Moyer The Yearling – Art Direction Cedric Gibbons and Paul Groesse Set Decoration Edwin B ...
15th Academy Awards - Awards
... Wright Set Decoration Thomas Little The Talk of the Town – Art Direction Lionel Banks and Rudolph Sternad Set Decoration Fay Babcock Silver Queen – Art Direction Ralph Berger Set Decoration ... D'Agostino Set Decoration Al Fields and Darrell Silvera Take a Letter, Darling – Art Direction Hans Dreier and Roland Anderson Set Decoration Sam Comer The Pride of the Yankees ... Goodman and Jack Otterson Set Decoration Russell A ...
82nd Academy Awards - Winners and Nominees - Awards
... Best Cinematography Avatar – Art Direction Rick Carter and Robert Stromberg Set Decoration Kim Sinclair The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus – Art Direction Dave Warren and Anastasia Masaro Set Decoration ...
49th Academy Awards - Winners and Nominees
... President's Men – Art Direction George Jenkins Set Decoration George Gaines The Incredible Sarah – Art Direction Elliot Scott Set Decoration Norman Reynolds The Last Tycoon– Art Direction Gene Callahan ... Collis Set Decoration Jerry Wunderlich Logan's Run – Art Direction Dale Hennesy Set Decoration Robert De Vestel The Shootist – Art Direction Robert F ... Boyle Set Decoration Arthur Jeph Parker Bound for Glory – Haskell Wexler King Kong – Richard H ...
Theatrical Property
... Larger props may also be set decoration, such as a chair or table ... The difference between a set decoration and a prop is use ... is not touched by a performer for any reason it is simply a set decoration ...

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