Nat Geo Emmy submissions: ‘Saints and Strangers,’ ‘Story of God’ below-the-line category placements

In a Gold Derby exclusive, we have learned the below-the-line Emmy Awards category placements for National Geographic Channel’s “Saints and Strangers” and “The Story of God with Morgan Freeman.” We previously named Nat Geo’s above-the-line races for all categories right here.

Below, see the list of Nat Geo submissions for these two 2016 programs. (Please note: Contenders not included below may well be submitted by their personal reps.)

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“SAINTS AND STRANGERS”

Production Design for a Narrative Period Program (One Hour or More)
Cristina Casali, Production Designer
Lisa Hart, Art Director
Irma Van Heerden, Set Decorator

Casting for a Limited Series, Movie or Special
Amy Hubbard, C.S.A., Casting by
Bonnie Roddini, South Africa, Casting by
Rene Haynes, Native American Casting by

Costumes for a Period/Fantasy Series, Limited Series or Movie
Kate Carin, Costume Designer
Joanne Walter, Costume Supervisor
Kerry-Anne Barnard, Assistant Costume Designer

Single Camera Picture Editing for a Limited Series or a Movie
Steven Kemper, ACE
Steve Polivka, ACE

Make-up for a Limited Series or a Movie (non-prosthetic)
Ayten Morgenstern, Department Head Make-up
Fabienne Zadel, Co-Department Head Make-up

Sound Editing for a Limited Series, Movie or a Special
Victor Ray Ennis, Supervising Sound Editor
Del MxC, Music Editor

Sound Mixing for Limited Series or a Movie
Dieter Keck, Production Sound Mixer
R. Rusty Smith, Re-Recording Mixer
Robert Edmondson, Re-Recording Mixer
Shawn Kennelly, Foley Mixer

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“THE STORY OF GOD WITH MORGAN FREEMAN”

Cinematography for a Non-Fiction Program
Tim Metzger, Director of Photography (106/Beyond Death)
Wes Dorman, Director of Photography (106/Beyond Death)

Narrator
Morgan Freeman

Picture Editing for a Non-Fiction Program
David Isser, Lead Editor (106/Beyond Death)
David Lamattina, Editor (106/Beyond Death)

Sound Editing for a Non-Fiction Program (Single or Multi-Camera)
Gary Gegan, Sound Effects Editor (106/Beyond Death)

Sound Mixing for a Non-Fiction Program (Single or Multi-Camera)
Bennie McRae, Audio Mixer (106/Beyond Death)
Rick Ashe, Re-Recording Mixer (106/Beyond Death)

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