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HOLLYWOOD — The Art Directors Guild has nominated 10 films for its 2002 Excellence in Production Design awards as the org split voting on features into two categories.

The ADG named “Chicago,” “Gangs of New York,” “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers,” “Minority Report” and “Road to Perdition” as nominees in the period/fantasy category.

In the contemporary films category, nominees were “The Bourne Identity,” “Catch Me if You Can,” “The Hours,” “One Hour Photo” and “Panic Room.”

Kudos will be presented Feb. 22 at the seventh annual ADG awards ceremonies at the Beverly Hilton.

TV noms, too

The guild also released noms for a quartet of TV categories. Episodes of “Alias” and “Crossing Jordan” and pilots for “American Dreams,” “Push, Nevada” and “The Shield” were tapped in the single camera category. Episodes of “8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter,” “Friends,” “Life With Bonnie” and “Titus” and the pilot for “Bram and Alice” were selected in the multicamera series category.

TV movies or miniseries noms went to “Live From Baghdad,” “The Martin and Lewis Story,” “Master Spy: The Robert Hanssen Story,” “Path to War” and “Taken”; noms in the category covering variety, awards shows, docus and music specials went to “The 44th Annual Grammy Awards,” “The 74th Annual Academy Awards,” “Cedric the Entertainer Presents,” “Mad TV” and “Opening Ceremony Salt Lake City 2002 Winter Games.”