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81st Academy Awards in Hollywood
Donald Graham Burt (2nd L) and Victor J. Zolfo (2nd R) hold their Oscars for achievement in art direction for the film "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" with Sarah Jessica Parker (R) and Daniel Craig at the 81st Academy Awards in Hollywood on February 22, 2009. (UPI Photo/Phil McCarten)
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Donald Graham Burt is a film production designer. He has worked on multiple films including The Joy Luck Club, Dangerous Minds, and Donnie Brasco, as well as with David Fincher on Zodiac in 2007. In 2008 he designed the sets for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button which won an Academy Award for Best Achievement in Art Direction in 2009, an Art Directors Guild Award for Best Achievement in Art Direction, and a BAFTA Film Award for Best Production Design, along with a nomination for a Satellite Award for Best Art Direction & Production Design.

Burt is a 1976 graduate of Independence (Kansas) High School and studied art at the University of Arizona.

2001: Catherine Martin (art); Brigitte Broch (set)  • 2002: John Myhre (art); Gordon Sim (set)  • 2003: Grant Major (art); Dan Hennah and Alan Lee (set)  • 2004: Dante Ferretti (art); Francesca Lo Schiavo (set)  • 2005: John Myhre (art); Gretchen Rau (set; posthumous award)  • 2006: Eugenio Caballero (art); Pilar Revuelta (set)  • 2007: Dante Ferretti (art); Francesca Lo Schiavo (set)  • 2008: Donald Graham Burt (art) and Victor J. Zolfo (set)  • 2009: Rick Carter and Robert Stromberg (art), Kim Sinclair (set)  • 2010: Robert Stromberg (art) and Karen O'Hara (set)

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