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  • outsider
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    42nd International Emmy® Awards Nominees:
    Awards Ceremony to be held on November 24, 2014

    ARTS PROGRAMMING

    El Informe Kliksberg II – El otro me importa

    Mulata Films for Canal Encuentro

    Argentina

     

    The Exhibition

    Jove Pictures

    Canada

     

    Nonfiction W: Picture Book Touch, Feel, and Fragility

    WOWOW INC. Ortus Japan Co.,Ltd.

    Japan

     

    Wagnerwahn – Mythos und Machenschaften des Richard Wagner ( The Wagner Files)

    ARTE / SWR / Gebrueder Beetz, Berlin

    Germany

    BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR

    Stephen Dillane

    in The Tunnel

    Kudos, Shine France Films for Sky Atlantic HD and CANAL+

    United Kingdom

     

    Claude Legault

    in 19-2

    Sphere Media Plus / Echo Media

    Canada

     

    Pablo Rago

    in Televisión por la Justicia

    On Tv- Llorente y Villarruel Contenidos SA / CIN (Consejo Interuniversitario Internacional)

    Argentina


     

    Xiubo Wu

    in The Orphan of Zhao

    China Television Media, Ltd. / TV Series Management Center of China Central Television Beijing / Teamhard TV&Movie Investment Co. Ltd.

    People’s Republic of China

    BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS

    Tuba Büyüküstün

    in 20 Dakika (20 Minutes)

    Ay Yapim and Star Tv

    Turkey

     

    Olivia Colman

    in Broadchurch

    Kudos

    United Kingdom

     

    Romina Gaetani

    in Televisión por la Justicia

    On Tv- Llorente y Villarruel Contenidos SA / CIN (Consejo Interuniversitario Internacional)

    Argentina

     

    Bianca Krijgsman

    in De Nieuwe Wereld ( The New World)

    IJswater Films/NTR Television

    Netherlands

    COMEDY

    Please Like Me

    Pigeon Fancier Productions / John & Josh International / Australian Broadcasting Corporation

    Australia

     

    Late Nite News with Loyiso Gola

    Diprente Films / eNCA

    South Africa

     

    The Mayor´s Wife

    Globo TV

    Brazil

     

    Wat als 2? ( What if? season 2)

    Shelter

    Belgium

    DOCUMENTARY

    De Volta (Going Back)

    Canal Futura / COOPAS

    Brazil

     

    Frihet bakom galler

    ( No Burqas Behind Bars)

    Nima Film / SVT / NHK / Ikon / DRTV / NRK / Swedish Film Institute / Konstnärsnämnden / Nordic Film & TV fund / APSA Academy Film Fund

    Sweden

     

    No Fire Zone: The Killing Fields of Sri Lanka

    Outsider Films in association with Channel 4 and ITN productions

    United Kingdom

     

    Phantoms of the Border

    The Chosunilbo / TV CHOSUN / Solferino Images / Quartier Latin Media

    South Korea

    DRAMA SERIES

    Prófugos

    HBO Latin America

    Chile

     

    The Tunnel

    CANAL+ Original Programming / SKY Atlantic HD / Kudos / Shine France Films

    France

     

    Utopia

    Kudos

    United Kingdom

     

    Yae’s Sakura

    NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation)

    Japan

    NON-SCRIPTED ENTERTAINMENT

    Educating Yorkshire

    Twofour

    United Kingdom

     

    Master Chef China

    Shanghai Dragon TV

    People’s Republic of China

     

    Missie Mosango

    Geronimo Productions

    Belgium

     

    O Infiltrado

    The History Channel Latin America

    Brazil

    TELENOVELA

    30 Lives: Maxim Bouchard

    (30 Vies)

    Aetios Productions

    Canada

     

    Belmonte

    Plural Entertainment Portugal

    Portugal

     

    My Husband’s Lover

    GMA Network, Inc.

    Philippines

     

    Precious Pearl

    Globo TV

    Brazil

    TV MOVIE / MINI-SERIES

    Alexander and Other Heroes

    Globo TV

    Brazil

     

    An Adventure in Space and Time

    BBC Wales / BBC America

    United Kingdom

     

    Radio

    TV Man Union for NHK in association with NHK Enterprises Inc.

    Japan

     

    Unsere Mütter, Unsere Väter

    ( Generation War – The Motion Comic)

    teamWorx Television & Film GmbH / ZDF in co-operation with Beta Film and ZDF Enterprises

    Germany

    NON-ENGLISH LANGUAGE US PRIMETIME PROGRAM

    Pasión Prohibida

    ( Forbidden Love)

    Telemundo Studios / Telemundo Internacional

    United States of America

     

    La Patrona

    ( The Return)

    Telemundo Internacional

    United States of America

     

    El Señor de los Cielos

    Telemundo Internacional

    United States of America

     

    Temple de Acero

    ( Unbreakable)

    Rock and Roll Films US for Nat Geo Mundo

    United States of America

    FOUNDERS AWARD
    Matthew Weiner

    DIRECTORATE AWARD
    Roberto Marinho Irineu (CEO & President, Globo Organization)

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    Denis
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    Alexander and other Heroes was surreal and sublime and of course, creepy as hell but I hope it wins.

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    Zooey the Dreamer
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    What is the original title of Alexander and Other Heroes because I can’t find any information about it!

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    24Emmy
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    bump . . .

     

    Anybody have predictions for tomorrow?

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    Jose Manuel Garcia
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    bump . . .

     

    Anybody have predictions for tomorrow?

    Any cathegory with a english speaking contender will most probably win. 

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    24Emmy
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    A couple red carpet pictures:

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    International Emmys: Why the Awards Show Has Become Much More Important to Hollywood

    8:30 AM PST 11/23/2014 by Scott Roxborough

    Associated Press

    In the age of Netflix, studio remakes and binge viewing, the once-ignored race has become (almost) as high-profile as its U.S. counterpart

    This story first appeared in the Dec. 5 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.

    There was a time when the industry paid about as much attention to the International Emmys as it does the best documentary short category at the Oscars — which is to say: none whatsoever.

    The only buzz the foreign version of the Emmys typically got was for the Hollywood flash that came in the form of its presenters and lifetime achievement honorees. This year’s Founders Award winner, Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner, will enjoy a substantial portion of the spotlight, alongside series stars Christina Hendricks, John Slattery and Vincent Kartheiser, who will present Weiner with his award at the black-tie event Nov. 24 in New York.

    But it won’t just be the token Americans grabbing headlines at this year’s event. The production boom in international television and shifts in the domestic business, including the explosion of such on-demand services as Netflix and Amazon Prime, have created an unprecedented appetite, and market, for foreign shows in the U.S. — and an unprecedented spotlight on the International Emmys.

    “There’s much more attention paid to the International Emmys than when I started this gig [back in 2004],” says Bruce Paisner, president and CEO of the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, which runs the foreign version of the Emmys. “One of our problems used to be that not enough people recognized the shows that we were honoring; they weren’t well-known enough in the States.”

    Times have changed.

    Devoted American fans already have binged on many of this year’s nominees, including German miniseries Generation War or Australian gay coming-out/coming-of-age dramedy Please Like Me, available on Netflix and cable network Pivot, respectively.

    And U.S. broadcasters are wasting no time snatching up Emmy-worthy foreign shows. An adaptation of French zombie drama Les Revenants, last year’s International Emmy best drama winner, is set to air on A&E in 2015. Fox has pounced on Broadchurch, one of this year’s hottest dramas, adapting ITV’s hit crime drama as Gracepoint. And while few American viewers have seen Channel 4’s sci-fi show Utopia, a 2014 best drama nominee, the series is red hot, having been picked up by HBO for a U.S. remake with House of Cards maestro David Fincher attached to direct.

    “All the U.S. television executives out there are looking at these projects as format opportunities or as actual programming opportunities,” says Paisner.

    “The world has really shrunk,” says Jane Featherstone, CEO of British production house Kudos — which, with Utopia and Broadchurch, has two of the hottest nominated dramas at this year’s International Emmys. “Viewing is becoming more niche across all platforms, so being ‘foreign’ is no longer such a big issue.”

    Featherstone admits that her International Emmy nominees this year were all “just a contract away” from being U.S.-U.K. co-productions, which would have made them eligible for “the grown-up Emmys.”

    In some ways, the International Emmys has become a victim of its own success. As the U.S. television market has become more international, American broadcasters are looking to get into business with foreign talent at the development stage, before their shows become International Emmy winners and global hits.

    Says Paisner: “The lines are crossing so much that the old categories become harder and harder to maintain. The one thing I am confident of is the question of excellence. However the world changes, if there is excellent television out there, we will find it and give it the attention it deserves.”

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    International Emmys: UK’s ‘Utopia’ Wins Best Drama Series

    By Nancy Tartaglione
    International Editor
    November 24, 2014

    The UK’s Utopia was hailed as Best Drama Series tonight at the 42nd annual International Emmy Awards, and Belgium’s What If? won Best Comedy. Game Of Thrones star Stephen Dillane won Best Performance by an Actor for UK drama The Tunnel, and Bianca Krijgsman took the actress award for the Netherlands’ The New World. The UK series won awards tonight; no other country took two.

      

    Not to be confused with the ill-fated social experiment reality format that was recently cancelled on Fox in the U.S., Utopia is the unrelated drama from Shine’s Kudos that has been very well received in the UK. The Channel 4 series has run for two seasons and follows a small group of people who find themselves in possession of a manuscript of the eponymous cult graphic novel that’s rumored to have predicted the worst disasters of the past century. When targeted by a shadowy organization, the finders are forced to run if they want to survive. HBO is developing a U.S. adaptation with the Gone Girl team of David Fincher and Gillian Flynn.

    French/UK co-production The Tunnel is adapted from the original Danish/Swedish crime series Bron, which was also turned into FX’s The Bridge. Critical reception was positive for the bilingual effort when it debuted in late 2013, and Dillane was praised for his turn as the British police detective who teams with Clémence Poésy’s French inspector as they search for a politically motivated serial killer at the crossroads of France and the UK. Dillane also snagged a Royal Television Society nom for The Tunnel.

    Krijgsman’s actress win is something of an upset over Olivia Colman in Broadchurch, whose U.S. remake Gracepoint is airing on Fox.

    The winner of Non-English Language US Primetime Program, a new category this year, was Telemundo Internacional’s El Señor De Los Cielos, which airs in the U.S.           

    As more shows travel the globe in their original versions than ever before, the International Emmys have taken on a new sense of purpose. They’re likely to continue to do so with European co-productions in English and foreign tongues among the most talked-about projects at October’s Mipcom. Last year’s winners included the original French version of The Returned (Les Revenants), which sold in myriad overseas markets and which A&E is remaking for a 2015 debut. 

    Upping the star quotient for tonight’s ceremony, Christina Hendricks and John Slattery were on hand at the New York Hilton to present the International Emmy Founders Award to Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner. The International Emmy Directorate Award went to Globo Organization President and CEO Roberto Irineu Marinho. British comic/actor Matt Lucas hosted the event, with presenters including Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson (Power), Darby Stanchfield (Scandal), Laverne Cox (Orange Is The New Black), Carrie Preston (True Blood, The Good Wife), Diego Klattenhoff (The Blacklist, Homeland), Reshma Shetty and Ben Shenkman (Royal Pains), Erin Richards (Gotham), Amir Arison (The Blacklist) and Annet Mahendru (The Americans).

    Here is the complete list of winners:

    Arts Programming 

    The Exhibition 
    Jove Pictures
    Canada

    Best Performance by an Actor

    Stephen Dillane
    in The Tunnel
    Kudos, Shine France Films for Sky Atlantic HD and CANAL+
    United Kingdom

    Best Performance by an Actress

    Bianca Krijgsman
    in De Nieuwe Wereld (The New World)
    IJswater Films/NTR Television
    Netherlands

    Comedy

    Wat als 2? (What if? season 2)
    Shelter
    Belgium

    Documentary

    Frihet bakom galler (No Burqas Behind Bars)
    Nima Film / SVT / NHK / Ikon / DRTV / NRK / Swedish Film Institute / Konstnärsnämnden / Nordic Film & TV fund / APSA Academy Film Fund
    Sweden

    Drama Series

    Utopia
    Kudos
    United Kingdom

    Non-Scripted Entertainment

    Educating Yorkshire
    Twofour
    United Kingdom

    Telenovela

    Precious Pearl
    Globo TV
    Brazil

    TV Movie / Mini-Series

    Unsere Mütter, Unsere Väter (Generation War)
    teamWorx Television & Film GmbH / ZDF in co-operation with Beta Film and ZDF Enterprises
    Germany

    Non-English Language US Primetime Program

    El Señor de los Cielos
    Telemundo Internacional
    United States of America

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    I wonder which Game of Thrones actor will win an International Emmy next year. Charles Dance doing anything?

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