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eve stewart

Four-time Oscar-nominated Production Designer Eve Stewart is a frequent collaborator of Tom Hooper, having designed for acclaimed films including Les Misérables, The Danish Girl, The King’s Speech, and Cats. Eve’s design is versatile and impactful, as seen in the range of her credits from Marvel’s superhero film, Eternals (dir. Chloé Zhao), to New Regency’s horror, A Cure for Wellness (dir. Gore Verbinski).

Eve’s career is consistently impressive, her earlier work including Topsy-Turvy and Career Girls for director Mike Leigh, Saving Grace for director Nigel Cole, and Kiss Kiss Bang Bang for director Stewart Sugg. Outside of features, Eve’s television experience includes the BBC crime/drama series Hard SunSpotless, and the historical dramas Call the Midwife and Elizabeth I, amongst others.

Over the years, Eve’s work has garnered numerous awards, including a BAFTA for work on Les Misérables, an Art Directors Guild Award for her work on The King’s Speech, and a Primetime Emmy Award for her work on Elizabeth I. Alongside these wins, Eve has earned four Academy Award nominations, three Art Directors Guild nominations, three Critics Choice Awards nominations, and four BAFTA Awards nominations, amongst many others.

Currently, Eve is designing Nuremberg for director James Vanderbilt and Bluestone Entertainment.

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