[WATCH] Creative Arts Emmys 2016: 16 exclusive red carpet and press room interviews

As celebrity presenters and nominees arrived at Saturday’s 2016 Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony, Gold Derby interviewed 14 on the red carpet. We also chatted with guest acting winners Margo Martindale (“The Americans”) and Peter Scolari (“Girls”) in the press room for a total of 16 interviews.

The first of two ceremonies for this weekend was held at the Microsoft Theater in Downton Los Angeles. The Primetime Emmys hosted by Jimmy Kimmel will be next Sunday, September 18, at the same location.

Complete list of 2016 Creative Arts Emmys winners and nominees

Watch our chats by clicking each name below:

Rachel Bloom, two-time nominee for Best Music and Lyrics and Best Main Title Theme Music for “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.”

Reg E. Cathey, last year’s Best Drama Guest Actor winner for “House of Cards” and nominated again.

Melora Hardin, nominee as Best Comedy Guest Actress for the first time on “Transparent.”

Michael Kelly, nominee as Best Drama Supporting Actor for “House of Cards” on next week’s ceremony.

Margo Martindale, last year’s Best Drama Guest Actress winner for “The Americans” and nominated again.

Margo Martindale, in the press room after winning her third Emmy.

Maury McIntyre, president of the television academy.

Aline Brosh McKenna, co-creator of the comedy/musical Emmy nominee “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.”

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Ronald D. Moore and Jon Gary Steele, creator of “Outlander” and production designer nominee.

Ryan Murphy and Nina Jacobson, executive producers of “The People v. O.J. Simpson,” Emmy nominee for Best Limited Series.

Carrie Preston, nominee as Best Drama Guest Actress for “The Good Wife” and previous winner along with her husband, two-time Emmy winner Michael Emerson.

Peter Scolari, nominee as Best Comedy Guest Actor for “Girls.”

Peter Scolari, in the press room after winning his first Emmy.

Rhea Seehorn, co-star of Best Drama Series nominee “Better Call Saul.”

Paul Sparks, nominee as Best Drama Guest Actor for the first time on “House of Cards.”

Ben Winston and Rob Crabbe, producers for Emmy-nominated “Late Late Show with James Corden.”

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