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Location Managers Guild Announces Nominations

The Location Managers Guild of America has selected “Chef,” “Gone Girl,” “Nightcrawler,” “The Gambler” and “Wild” as nominees for its best contemporary location award.

Nominees for best period location are”Fury,” “Inherent Vice,” “Selma,” “The Grand Budapest Hotel” and “The Imitation Game.”

Winners will be announced in seven categories at the awards ceremony to be held March 7 at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills. About 300 active and retired members are eligible to vote.

The entire nominations list:

Outstanding Locations in a Contemporary Film
CHEF (Kei Rowan-Young)
GONE GIRL (Rick Schuler and Steve Mapel)
NIGHTCRAWLER (Curtis Collins and Mike Brewer)
THE GAMBLER (Chris Baugh)
WILD (Nancy Haecker)

Outstanding Locations in a Period Film
FURY (Russell Lodge and Lee Robertson)
INHERENT VICE (Larry Ring and Scott Fitzgerald)
SELMA (Wes Hagen and Leif Tilden)
THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL (Klaus Darrelmann)
THE IMITATION GAME (David Broder and Richard George)

Outstanding Locations in a Contemporary Television Series
HOMELAND (Robert Bentley and Deon du Preez)
NASHVILLE (Kristi Frankenheimer and Mark Ragland)
NCIS: LOS ANGELES (Tony Salome and Jason Savage)
RAY DONOVAN (Craig van Gundy and Boyd Wilson)
TRUE DETECTIVE (Batou Chandler)

Outstanding Locations in a Period Television Series
AMERICAN HORROR STORY (John Johnston)
BOARDWALK EMPIRE (Amanda Foley and Audra Gorman)
FOREVER (Guy Efrat)
TURN (Tom Trigo and Becky Beckstoffer)

Outstanding Locations in a Single Commercial
BUDWEISER “Always There” (JJ Levine and Byll Williams)
COCA-COLA “America is Beautiful” (Jimmy Ayoub, Cyndy McCrossen, Peter Orth, Stephen Pherigo)
NISSAN QASHQAI “Fly by Night” (Gil Evans, Marie-Paule Goislard, Beth Tate)
NISSAN ALTIMA “Migration” (Crofton Diack and Mike Floyd)
HONDA CIVIC “Today is Pretty Great” (Jof Hanwright and Jesse Rivard)

Outstanding Locations in a Commercial Campaign
RAM TRUCKS (David McKinney and Peter Orth)
SUBARU OUTBACK (Alissa Desler and Lori Allen)

Outstanding Film Commission
CHICAGO FILM OFFICE
CITY OF LONG BEACH OFFICE OF SPECIAL EVENTS AND FILMING
FILM IN ICELAND
OREGON GOVERNOR’S OFFICE OF FILM & TELEVISION
ROYAL FILM COMMISSION OF JORDAN

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