Beth Rubino

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Beth A. Rubino is an American film production designer and set decorator. She has been nominated for the Academy Award for Best Art Direction twice for her set decoration: in 1999 for The Cider House Rules and in 2008 for American Gangster. She was also nominated for an Emmy award for her production design on "American Horror Story". Other notable films include Analyze That and Something's Gotta Give.[1]

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In discussing designing a home versus a movie set, Rubino says "In a regular residence, you’re creating the top layer of their environment; in a movie we do that but create subtext as well."[2]

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