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art director

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(Film) a person responsible for the sets and costumes in a film
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Noun1.art director - the director in charge of the artistic features of a theatrical production (costumes and scenery and lighting)art director - the director in charge of the artistic features of a theatrical production (costumes and scenery and lighting)
stage director - someone who supervises the actors and directs the action in the production of a stage show
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She received a lifetime achievement award from the Art Directors Guild In 2001 for a career that dated to the early days of television.
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