GENERAL INFORMATION



DATE: Annually in November LOCATION: New York City

Competition Opens: December Competition Closes: February



CATEGORIES PRESENTED:
Arts Programming
• Best Performance by an Actress
• Best Performance by an Actor
• Comedy
• Documentary
• Drama Series
• Non-Scripted Entertainment
• Telenovela
• TV Movie/Mini-Series
• *US Non-English Language US Primetime Program (*Added in 2014)



ADDITIONAL AWARDS PRESENTED:
International Emmy® Directorate Award
International Emmy® Founders Award

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INTERNATIONAL EMMY® AWARDS


International Emmy® Awards Gala
The 42nd International Emmy Awards will take place November 24, 2014 in New York.

International Emmy® Kids Awards
The Second International Emmy® Kids Awards took place Monday, February 10, 2014 in New York City. Click here for videos and more information.

International Digital Emmy® Awards @Miptv
The Ninth International Digital Emmy® Awards @Miptv took place Monday, April 7, 2014 in Cannes. Click here for videos and more information.





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      International Emmy® Awards Gala
      The 44th International Emmy Awards took place November 21, 2016 at the Hilton New York.

      Categories Presented: Arts Programming; Best Performance by an Actress; Best Performance
      by an Actor; Comedy; Documentary; Drama Series;
      Non-English Language US Primetime Program; Non-Scripted Entertainment; Telenovela; TV Movie/Mini-Series.




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      The 39th International Emmy Awards Gala



      44th International Emmy® Awards Gala


      On November 21, 2016 the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the winners of the 44th International Emmy®Awards tonight at a Black-Tie Gala event attended by television professionals from around the world and hosted by Alan Cumming at the New York Hilton.

      2 Special Awards and 10 Emmy statues were presented by the International Academy during the evening.

      German and British programs led the night with 3 Emmys each in the Best Performance by An Actress, Documentary and Drama Series categories for German programs and Best Performance by An Actor, Comedy and TV Movie/ Mini-Series categories for British programs. Programs from Brazil (Telenovela), Japan (Arts Programming), Sweden (Non-Scripted Entertainment) and the United States (Non-English Language US Primetime Program), each won one Emmy.

      Danish actress Birgitte Hjort Sorenson, star of political drama Borgen, presented the International Emmy Directorate Award to Maria Rørbye Rønn, Chief Executive Officer & Director General of Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR), which pioneered and drove the success of Nordic Noir drama around the world.

      Actor, director, producer Tony Goldwyn, currently starring as President Fitzgerald Grant in Scandal presented the International Emmy Founders Award to Shonda Rhimes, Writer, Executive Producer and Creator behind global hit series Grey's Anatomy, Scandal, Private Practice, How to Get Away with Murder and The Catch.

      The 10 International Emmy Award Winning programs and performances are: The Man Who Shot Hiroshima (Arts Programming), Dustin Hoffman (Best Performance by an Actor), Christiane Paul (Best Performance by an Actress), Hoff The Record (Comedy), War of Lies (Documentary), Deutschland 83 (Drama Series), Francisco, El Jesuita (Francis, the Jesuit) (Non-English Language US Primetime Program), The Great Swedish Adventure (Non-Scripted Entertainment), Hidden Truths (Telenovela), and Capital (TV Movie/Mini-Series).
      42nd INTERNATIONAL EMMY® AWARDS GALA
      The 42nd International Emmy® Awards Gala will take place Monday November 24, 2014 in at the New York Hilton. Deadline for entries was February 17, 2014.


      43rd International Emmy® Awards Gala


      The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the winners of the 43rd International Emmy® Awards November 23 at a Gala event attended by over 1000 international television professionals and hosted by Egyptian Comedian Bassem Youssef at the New York Hilton.

      2 Special Awards and 10 Emmy statues were presented by the International Academy during the evening.

      French programs led the night with 3 Emmys in the Arts Programming, Drama Series and TV Movie/Mini-Series categories followed by Brazilian programs with 2 Emmys in the Comedy and Telenovela categories.

      Performances from Norway (Best Performance by an Actress), the Netherlands (Best Performance by an Actor), and programs from South Africa (Documentary), the United Kingdom (Non-Scripted Entertainment) and the United States (Non-English US Primetime Program), each won one Emmy. Academy Award winning Actor and Producer Michael Douglas presented the International Emmy Directorate Award to Richard Plepler, Chairman & CEO of HBO. Academy Award and Emmy nominated actress Elizabeth McGovern who currently stars as Lady Cora in Downton Abbey and the show's Emmy and BAFTA Award winning Executive Producer Gareth Neame presented the International Emmy Founders Award to Academy Award & Emmy Award Winner Julian Fellowes, Creator, Writer and Executive Producer of Downton Abbey.

      The 10 International Emmy Award Winning programs and performances are: Illustre & Inconnu: Comment Jacques Jaujard a Sauvé le Louvre (The Man Who Saved the Louvre) (Arts Programming), Maarten Heijmans (Best Performance by an Actor), Anneke von der Lippe (Best Performance by an Actress), Doce de Māe (Sweet Mother) (Comedy), Miners Shot Down (Documentary), Spiral Season 5 (Engrenages) (Drama Series), Arrepentidos - El Infierno de Montoya (Non-English Language US Primetime Program), 50 Ways to Kill Your Mammy Non-Scripted Entertainment), Império (Empire) (Telenovela), and Soldat Blanc (White Soldier) (TV Movie/Mini-Series).


      View Nominee Press Release here

      View Winners Press Release here



          43rd International Emmy® Awards Gala


          The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the winners of the 43rd International Emmy® Awards November 23 at a Gala event attended by over 1000 international television professionals and hosted by Egyptian Comedian Bassem Youssef at the New York Hilton.

          2 Special Awards and 10 Emmy statues were presented by the International Academy during the evening.

          French programs led the night with 3 Emmys in the Arts Programming, Drama Series and TV Movie/Mini-Series categories followed by Brazilian programs with 2 Emmys in the Comedy and Telenovela categories.

          Performances from Norway (Best Performance by an Actress), the Netherlands (Best Performance by an Actor), and programs from South Africa (Documentary), the United Kingdom (Non-Scripted Entertainment) and the United States (Non-English US Primetime Program), each won one Emmy. Academy Award winning Actor and Producer Michael Douglas presented the International Emmy Directorate Award to Richard Plepler, Chairman & CEO of HBO. Academy Award and Emmy nominated actress Elizabeth McGovern who currently stars as Lady Cora in Downton Abbey and the show's Emmy and BAFTA Award winning Executive Producer Gareth Neame presented the International Emmy Founders Award to Academy Award & Emmy Award Winner Julian Fellowes, Creator, Writer and Executive Producer of Downton Abbey.

          The 10 International Emmy Award Winning programs and performances are: Illustre & Inconnu: Comment Jacques Jaujard a Sauvé le Louvre (The Man Who Saved the Louvre) (Arts Programming), Maarten Heijmans (Best Performance by an Actor), Anneke von der Lippe (Best Performance by an Actress), Doce de Māe (Sweet Mother) (Comedy), Miners Shot Down (Documentary), Spiral Season 5 (Engrenages) (Drama Series), Arrepentidos - El Infierno de Montoya (Non-English Language US Primetime Program), 50 Ways to Kill Your Mammy Non-Scripted Entertainment), Império (Empire) (Telenovela), and Soldat Blanc (White Soldier) (TV Movie/Mini-Series).


          The 44th International Emmy® Awards Competition will open December 10, 2015 and will close February 18, 2016. Click here for more information on entering the competition.


          View Nominee Press Release here

          View Winners Press Release here







              2016 SPECIAL AWARDS RECIPIENTS

               
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              2016 Gala CHAIR & HOST

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              2015 SPECIAL AWARDS RECIPIENTS

               
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              2015 Gala CHAIR & HOST

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              42nd International Emmy® Awards Gala


              The 42nd International Emmy Awards took place November 24, 2014 at the New York Hilton Hotel at a Gala event attended by over 1000 international television professionals and hosted by British Comedian and writer Matt Lucas at the New York Hilton.
               
              Two Special Awards and ten Emmy statues were presented by the International Academy during the evening. Winners span 8 countries: Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden and the United Kingdom. For the first time a US primetime program produced 50% or more in a language other than English, won an Emmy. This will be a permanent category moving forward.
               
              Mad Men stars Christina Hendricks and John Slattery presented the International Emmy Founders Award to Mad Men creator, Matthew Weiner.
               
              Rupert Murdoch, Chairman and CEO of 21st Century Fox and News Corporation presented the International Emmy Directorate Award to Roberto Irineu Marinho, Chairman & CEO, Grupo Globo. They were joined on the stage by Brazilian actors Milton Gonçalvez and Gloria Pires.
               
              The 10 International Emmy Award Winning programs and performances are:The Exhibition (Arts Programming), Stephen Dillane (Best Performance by an Actor), Bianca Krijgsman (Best Performance by an Actress), What If? 2 (Comedy), Frihet bakom galler (No Burqas Behind Bars) (Documentary), Utopia (Drama Series), El Señor de los Cielos (Non-English Language US Primetime Program), Educating Yorkshire (Non-Scripted Entertainment), Precious Pearl (Telenovela), and Unsere Mütter, Unsere Väter (Generation War) (TV Movie/Mini-Series).

              Click here for the Winners Press Release


              The 43rd International Emmy® Awards Competition will open December 11, 2014 and will close February 18, 2015. Click here for more information on entering the competition.







              2013 International Emmy Awards Gala (41st)

              The 41st International Emmy Awards took place Monday, November 25, 2013 at the New York Hilton.  

              During the Gala, the International Academy presented Emmys in nine program categories as well as two special awards.   J.J. Abrams received the 2013 International Emmy Founders Award while  Co-CEO RTL Group & CEO RTL Germany, Anke Schaferkordt, received the 2013 International Emmy Directorate Award. 

              Click here for Winners Press Release.





              2011 International Emmy Awards Gala
               
              The 39th International Emmy® Awards Gala took place November 21, 2011 at the New York Hilton.
              Winners spanned 6 countries: Chile (first time) Belgium, Canada, Portugal, Sweden and The United Kingdom.

              Lady Gaga surprised the audience of over 1,000 international entertainment & media executives by opening the show and presenting The International Emmy Founders Award to Nigel Lythgoe, the executive producer of television juggernaut American Idol and the co-creator & executive producer of So You Think You Can Dance.

              The International Emmy Directorate Award was presented to Subhash Chandra, Chairman of India’s Zee TV by actress Archie Panjabi (The Good Wife) and Citigroup Chairman Richard Parsons.

              The 10 International Emmy Award Winning programs and performances are:

              Gareth Malone Goes to Glyndebourne (Arts Programming), Benidorm Bastards (Comedy), Life with Murder (Documentary), Con que Suenas (Children & Young People), Lacos de Sangre (Telenovela), Millennium (TV Movie/Mini-Series), The World’s Strictest Parents (Non-Scripted Entertainment), Accused (Drama Series), Julie Walters (Best Performance by an Actress) and Christopher Eccleston (Best Performance by an Actor).



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