Geoffrey Kirkland

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Geoffrey Kirkland
Born1939 (age 8182)
Occupation Production designer
Years active1964-present

Geoffrey Kirkland (born 1939) is an English production designer. He was nominated for an Academy Award in the category Best Art Direction for the film The Right Stuff . [1] He is also a two-time BAFTA winner for his work in Bugsy Malone and Children of Men . He was also nominated for a Primetime Emmy for his work in Hemingway & Gellhorn .


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  1. " Geoffrey Kirkland - Awards". Retrieved 1 January 2009.