Oscar winner takes Lifetime Achievement Award
HOLLYWOOD — The Art Directors Guild has tapped two-time Academy Award winner Ken Adam to receive its Lifetime Achievement Award.
The kudo will be presented at the sixth annual Art Directors Guild Awards on Feb. 23 at the BevHilton along with six awards for production design and an honorary prize for cinematic imagery.
Adam won Oscars for “Barry Lyndon” in 1976 and “The Madness of King George” in 1995. He also worked as production designer on “Dr. Strangelove” and on seven James Bond films, including “Dr. No,” the first in the series, and “Goldfinger.”
Adam’s most recent project was on the film “Taking Sides,” which was an official selection at the Toronto Film Festival.