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“Bellingcat”, “Dance or Die” among International Emmy winners

The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences revealed the winners of the 47th International Emmy Awards on Monday night (Nov. 25), with four non-fiction titles taking home awards. The 11 ...
November 26, 2019

The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences revealed the winners of the 47th International Emmy Awards on Monday night (Nov. 25), with four non-fiction titles taking home awards.

The 11 winning titles hail from eight countries: Australia, Brazil, Colombia, Hungary, the Netherlands, Turkey, the UK and the U.S.

“Television is a universal art form which transcends cultures, languages and borders, as demonstrated by tonight’s winners,” said Academy president and CEO Bruce L. Paisner in a statement. “The International Academy is proud to be the preeminent global platform for recognizing excellence in television from around the world.”

The non-fiction winners appear below, with credits supplied by the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.

Arts Programming
Dance or Die
Witfilm / NTR
Netherlands
Producers: Iris Lammertsma, Boudewijn Koole, Astrid Prickaerts
Director: Roozbeh Kaboly

Documentary
Bellingcat – Truth in a Post-Truth World (pictured)
Submarine Amsterdam / VPRO
Netherlands
Executive Producer: Nick Fraser
Producers: Femke Wolting, Bruno Felix
Director: Hans Pool

Non-scripted Entertainment
The Real Full Monty: Ladies’ Night
Spun Gold TV / ITV
United Kingdom
Executive Producers: Nick Bullen, Kevin Mundye, Ceri Jones
Producers: Cassie Bennitt, Alice Scaysbrook, Rachel Rosen
Director: Will Yapp

Short-form Series
Hack the City
Fox Lab / Yourmama
Brazil
Executive Producer: Mayra Faour Auad
Producers: Leonardo Haar, Beatriz Morgado, Eduardo Rostirolla, Leonardo Neumann, Henrique Molina, Bruno Almeida
Director: Wladimir Winter
Writer: Marcelo Gavini

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