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International Emmy® Awards

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Each year, the leading television producers from around the world showcase their programming and compete to be recognized at the prestigious International Emmy® Awards, traditionally held in New York City with over one thousand international broadcasting, production and distribution executives convene to celebrate the best in global television.

 

49TH INTERNATIONAL EMMY® AWARDS

The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the winners of the 49th International Emmy® Awards tonight at an in-person Black-Tie Gala event in New York City. The Gala was attended by television professionals from around the world and hosted by actress and comedian Yvonne Orji at the Great Hall of Casa Cipriani.

1 Special Award and 11 Emmy® statues were presented by the International Academy during the evening.

Former NBA Player and NBA Champion with the Dallas Mavericks, Dirk Nowitzki presented the International Emmy® Directorate Award to Dr. Thomas Bellut, Director General of German public broadcaster ZDF, one of Europe’s major and most renowned broadcasters.

The 11 winning International Emmy® programs and performances span 8 countries: France, Israel, New Zealand, Norway, PR China, Thailand, the UK and the US. They are: Kubrick by Kubrick (Arts Programming), David Tennant (Best Performance by an Actor), Hayley Squires (Best Performance by an Actress), Call my Agent ! – Season 4 (Comedy), Hope Frozen: A Quest to Live Twice (Documentary), Tehran (Drama Series), 21st Annual Latin Grammy Awards® (Non-English Language US Primetime Program), The Masked Singer (Non-Scripted Entertainment), INSiDE (Short-Form Series), The Song of Glory (Telenovela) and Atlantic Crossing (TV Movie/Mini-Series). Complete winners’ information follows this release.

49TH INTERNATIONAL EMMY® AWARDS

The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the winners of the 49th International Emmy® Awards Monday, November 21, at a Black-Tie Gala hosted by actress and comedian Yvonne Orji  at Casa Cipriani in New York City.

Emmy® Statues were presented in 11 categories with Nominees spanning a record number of 24 countries. Nominee trailers and exclusive interviews can be viewed on the 2021 International Emmy® World Television Festival online platform.

Dr. Thomas Bellut, Director General of German national broadcaster ZDF, one of Europe’s major and most renowned public broadcasters, will receive the International Academy’s 2021 Directorate Emmy® Award,

The International Academy is looking forward to reopening its doors for an evening of in-person celebrations and remains committed to adhering to CDC and WHO guidelines to ensure we are abiding by all Covid Safety protocols at the time of the event.

All attendees must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (guests must have received their second/final shot at least two weeks prior to the event) AND must present a negative COVID-19 test taken prior to the event. Attendees are required to provide original and/or digital proof before entering the venue. Click here for Tables & Tickets Policy


48th International Emmy® Awards

The 48th International Emmy® Awards were streamed live online for the first time ever, November 23, 2020, here on iemmys.tv, for all to watch throughout the world.

The International Academy presented 1 Special Award and 12 Emmys across 11 categories, due to a tie in the Non-English Language U.S. Primetime category.

13-year-old Billy Barratt accepted the Emmy for Best Performance by an Actor for his role as Ray in Responsible Child. He is the youngest actor ever nominated and winning in this category.

Glenda Jackson won the Emmy for Best Performance by an Actress for her role as Maud in Elizabeth is Missing.

Drama Series Delhi Crime garnered the first ever Emmy for a program from India.

The 12 winning International Emmy programs and performances span 7 countries: Australia, Brazil, Czech Republic, France, India, the UK and the US. They are: Vertige de la Chute (Ressaca) - Arts Programming, Billy Barratt - Best Performance by an Actor, Glenda Jackson - Best Performance by an Actress, Ninguém Tá Olhando (Nobody's Looking) - Comedy, For Sama - Documentary, Delhi Crime - Drama Series, La Reina del Sur - Season 2 - Non-English Language U.S. Primetime Program, 20th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards® - Non-English Language U.S. Primetime Program, Old People's Home For 4 Year Olds - Non-Scripted Entertainment, #martyisdead - Short-Form Series, Órfãos Da Terra (Orphans of a Nation) - Telenovela, and Responsible Child - TV Movie/Mini-Series.

The cast of presenters included a mix of New York based and international actors and on-air talent. The New York based cast included: Kelsey Asbille (Fargo, Yellowstone), Paul Blackthorne (Arrow), Tituss Burgess (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt), Tim Daly (Madam Secretary), Naturi Naughton (Power), Tom Payne (Prodigal Son, The Walking Dead), Nico Tortorella (Younger, The Walking Dead: The World Beyond) Indira Varma (For Life, Game of Thrones). The international cast included: Haluk Bilginer from Istanbul, Turkey (2019 International Emmy® Winner and star of Ay Yapim's Persona), Caroline Peters from Cologne NRW, Germany (Actress and Writer), Caua Reymond from Rio, Brazil (star of Globo's Iron Island), Miguel Angel Silvestre from Madrid, Spain (HBO's 30 Coins) and Xiaotian Fu from Hong Kong, PR China, (Host of Phoenix's Talk with World Leaders).

Watch the exclusive Nominee Trailers+Interviews now at the International Emmy® World Television Festival

The International Emmy® World Television Festival showcases all of the Nominated Programs in the lead up to the International Emmy® Awards Ceremony.

This year it will take place November 13-22, and for the first time, will take place on an online platform open to the public.  Don't miss this opportunity to view exclusive interviews with the creators and trailers of the nominated programs (Members have special access to extra features).

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