‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘Sherlock’ Famous for Outstanding VFX at 68th Creative Arts Emmy Honours
HBO’s ‘Game of Thrones’ wins the award for Outstanding Special Visual Effects award for Outstanding Special Visual Effects inside a Supporting Role is offered to PBS series ‘Sherlock.’
La — The Tv Academy presented the very first of animation studio Malaysia two 2016 Creative Arts Emmy Honours events for programs and individual accomplishments on Saturday night in the Microsoft Theater in La.
This initial honours ceremony from the 68th Emmys honored guest entertainers on tv drama series and comedy series, along with the many gifted artists and craftspeople behind the curtain who create television excellence. Executive created by Bob Bain, 2010 Creative Arts Honours featured a range of notable presenters, included in this Rachel Blossom, Mel B, Joanne Froggatt, Michael Kelly, Margo Martindale, Laurie Metcalf, Bob Newhart and Bradley Whitford.
ABC holiday special It’s Your 50th Christmas, Charlie Brown! was handed the award for Outstanding Children’s Program, while FX’s Archer Scavenger Search selected in the award for Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media within the Multiplatform Storytelling category, and Oculus Story Studio’s VR film Henry won the award within the Original Interactive Program category.
Amazon . com series The Person within the High Castle won the award for Outstanding Primary Title Design, realizing Creative Director Patrick Clair, Designer Paul Kim, CG Artist Jose Limon and animation studio Malaysia Raoul Marks.
Within the visual effects groups, HBO’s Bet on Thrones won the award for Outstanding Special Visual Effects for that epic “Battle from the Bastards” episode, as the award for Outstanding Special Visual Effects inside a Supporting Role was handed to PBS series Sherlock for “The Abominable Bride” episode.