The Art Directors Guild has tapped 15 features in three categories for its production design awards, with winners to be announced Feb. 16 at the Beverly Hilton.

Nominees in the period film category were Arthur Max for “American Gangster,” Sarah Greenwood for “Atonement,” Guy Hendrix Dyas for “Elizabeth: The Golden Age,” Dante Ferretti for “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” and Jack Fisk for “There Will Be Blood.”

Fantasy mentions went to Dennis Gassner for “The Golden Compass,” Stuart Craig for “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix,” Rick Heinrichs for “Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End,” Harley Jessup for “Ratatouille” and James Bissell for “300.”

Noms in the contemporary film category were given to Peter Wenham for “The Bourne Ultimatum,” Michel Eric and Laurent Ott for “The Diving Bell and the Butterfly,” Carlos Conti for “The Kite Runner,” Kevin Thompson for “Michael Clayton” and Jess Gonchor for “No Country for Old Men.”

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The ADG also announced noms in four TV categories and for commercials.

Single camera television series mentions went to “Heroes” for episode “Five Years Gone” (Ruth Ammon); “Lost” for episode “Through the Looking Glass” (Zack Grobler); “Mad Men” for episode “Shoot” (Dan Bishop); “Pushing Daisies” for episode “Pie Lette” (Michael Wylie); and “Ugly Betty” for episode “East Side Story” (Mark Worthington).

Multicamera television Series nominees are the “Back to You” pilot (Bernard Vyzga); “How I Met Your Mother,” for episode “Something Blue” (Stephan Olson); “Mad TV” for episode 1221 (John Sabato); “Rules of Engagement” for episode “Fix Ups and Downs” (Bernard Vyzga) and “Two and a Half Men” for episode “Is There a Mrs. Waffles?” (John S. Shaffner).

Television movie or miniseries nominees are “The Company” (Marek Dobrowolski); “PU 239” (Tom Meyer); and “Starter Wife” (Tracey Gallacher).

Awards show, variety, music or nonfiction program nominees are “49th Annual Grammy Awards” (Steve Bass); “59th Primetime Emmy Awards” (John Shaffner and Joe Stewart); “2007 American Music Awards” (John Shaffner and Joe Stewart); “Hell’s Kitchen,” episode 301 (John R. Janavs); and “Super Bowl XLI Halftime Performance — Starring Prince” (Bruce Rodgers).

Commercial noms went to Barclays for “Ballet” (Tom Foden); The “Bee Movie” for Trailer No. 2 “Steven” (Ramsey Avery); Budweiser for ”Space Station” (Jeremy Reed); HBO for “Voyeur: Four Floors, Eight Stories” (Tom Foden); and Lexus for “Hydrant” (Floyd Albee).