A Dutch television program from NTR won the International Emmy Award in New York on Monday evening. It is related to the fund challenge program – a true story.
At Etgar Keret – a true story, director Stephen Kas studied how the Israeli writer Etgar Keren could become a good number. NTR production won the TV award in the Arts programming category. The program competed against candidates from Australia, Canada and Brazil.
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The second Dutch contender, the documentary film World Pak, which was caught alongside my international mother. The award for the best film made outside of the US went to the BBC's Al-Halab.
Four programs were nominated for the documentary category. In addition to the winner from the UK and the EO producer from the Netherlands, the EU's European Union, Sue Asim, also spoke of the stigma of mental disorders and a Japanese documentary about the Paralympic Games for the international mother.
Pac World is a documentary film by Gert-Jan de Vries that has been filming his family for more than twenty years. His daughter Pak was severely disabled nine months after her birth. Gert-Jan films and interviews his wife, sons and daughter from pregnancy in Doco.
Emmy International is awarded annually to television programs outside the US Awards are divided into ten categories, and the award will also be awarded to the best program from England.