Netflix, Pemberley Digital, Bravo Win Creative Arts Emmys
The Creative Arts Emmys ceremony was held in Los Angeles last night. Traditionally taking place the weekend before the Primetime Emmys, the Creative Arts Emmys hand out a variety of awards in the technical and digital media categories.
As previously announced, Pemberley Digital’s “The Lizzie Bennet Diaries” and Bravo’s “Last Chance Kitchen” took home the prizes in the Interactive Media Emmy category for Original Interactive Program and Multi-Platform Storytelling, respectively.
Netflix’s biggest foray (to date) in original programming, “House of Cards,” also took home a couple of awards. Casting directors Laray Mayfield and Julie Schubert won for Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series, and Eigil Bryld won for Outstanding Cinematography for a Single Camera Series for his work on the first episode of the political drama.
The Creative Arts Emmys ceremony will air on the new FXX network on September 21, beginning at 9pm ET. It will be produced by Spike Jones, Jr.
The 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards are scheduled to take place next Sunday, September 22.Tags: Bravo, Creative Arts Emmys, Emmys, house of cards, Last Chance Kitchen, Lizzie Bennet Diaries, Netflix, Pemberley Digital, Primetime Emmys, Top Chef