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Emmy Loves Us. Twice.

The Emmy Awards are starting off nicely for GAME OF THRONES this year, and fabulously for HBO.

In the Creative Arts Awards given on Sunday (sometimes called the 'technical Emmys'), GAME OF THRONES took two awards.

In Outstanding Special Visual Effects, GOT beat out  DEFIANCE, FALLING SKIES, HEMLOCK GROVE, and BATTLESTAR GALACTICA: BLOOD & CHROME.  Our Emmy winners were

Joe Bauer ( Lead Visual Effects Supervisor), Jörn Grosshans, Visual Effects Supervisor), Doug Campbell, Visual Effects Supervisor), Steve Kullback, Lead Visual Effects Producer), Stuart Brisdon (Special Effects Supervisor), Sven Martin ( Lead Animation Supervisor), Jabbar Raisani (Visual Effects Plate Supervisor), Tobias Mannewitz (Visual Effects Concept Designer), and Adam Chazen (Visual Effects Coordinator).  They won for the episode "Valar Dohaeris."

For Outstanding Makeup For A Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic), the series finished on top of BOARDWALK EMPIRE, THE BORGIAS, GLEE, MAD MEN, and ONCE UPON A TIME.  They won for the episode "Kissed By Fire."  The Emmys went to  Paul Engelen (Department Head Makeup Artist), Melissa Lackersteen ( Key Makeup Artist), Daniel Lawson Johnston ( Makeup Artist), and Martina Byrne (Makeup Artist).

My heartfelt congratulations to our world-class SFX team and makeup artists.  Well deserved.

It takes a lot of people to make a quality show, and the craftsmen and artists who do all the 'below the line' jobs contribute just as much as the 'above the line' talent like the directors, actors, and writers, though they seldom receive the recognition they deserve.   So hats off to our terrific crew... not only Sunday's winners, but also all the other nominees from GAME OF THRONES, who lost out to other worthy shows.  (You wuz robbed, as we used to say in Bayonne)


HBO as a whole did even better, completely dominating the awards with 20 wins, way more than any other network.  CBS was a distant second with 15, and the totals plunged sharply after that.

For a full list of the winners and nominees:




Connie Carroll
Sep. 20th, 2013 04:26 am (UTC)
This past season of Thrones
I have to admit The Red Wedding was good. It was after the first season of Games of Thrones the almost (to the book) thing I've seen so far.
I along with a LOT of my friends have been yelling at the TV, names you do not want to know. I had not read the novels but after seeing the 1st season I had started, I was amazed at how well they did follow the books and I (stupidely) thought, here was series that was going to go for the gold and be faithful to the novels and yes, I read all of them! I do still hunger for more of the books, but I not not watch all the current seasons episodes as I was giving myself migraines. I love Peter Dinkage's charater and hope he wins again at the emmies,but undeler the writers get their heads out of..you get the idea, I don't know if I can subject myself to more migraines.
And I really loved the first one. What happened????????????


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