This year’s record-breaking Emmy Award nominees include familiar and fresh faces, all responsible for bringing to life some of the most incredible and moving stories on television. From a dystopian future to past injustices, the real and imagined stories pushed boundaries, captivated audiences and sparked heated discussions. They are the result of countless hours of effort from thousands of people, who come together to make each minute on-screen possible. Deluxe is proud to have collaborated with many of the nominated production teams to help realize their creative visions, including Outstanding Drama Series nominee “Pose” and Outstanding Limited Series nominee “When They See Us.”
On the design front, Method Studios’ John Likens and Wesley Ebelhar, along with Arisu Kashiwagi, received Outstanding Main Title Design nominations for their work on the opening titles for Cinemax’s “Warrior;” Method VFX Supervisor Sean Schur also received a nomination, his for contributions to visual effects for Netflix’s “The Umbrella Academy.”
FX drama “Pose” was colored by Senior Colorist Kevin Kirwan at Encore. Netflix’s “When They See Us” was colored by EFILM Senior Colorist Mitch Paulson; the four-part mini-series was also recognized with an Outstanding Direction nomination for creator, co-writer and director Ava DuVernay. The work of DP Dana Gonzales, ASC on the ‘Forest’ episode of Amazon Prime Video’s CIA-centric drama “Hanna” received Outstanding Cinematography; “Hanna” was colored at Encore by Senior Colorist Tony D’Amore, with additional color by Senior Colorist Paul Staples out of London.
Season two episodes of the critically-acclaimed Hulu series “The Handmaid’s Tale” received nominations; episode 11, ‘Holly,’ received an Outstanding Direction nomination for Daina Reid and Outstanding Cinematography nomination for Zoë White. Season two’s final episode, ‘The Word,’ also received Outstanding Cinematography recognition for DP Colin Watkinson, who has previously won in the category for his work on the series, and Outstanding Editing recognition for Wendy Hallam Martin, ACE. Deluxe Toronto’s Bill Ferwerda has provided the color grade for “The Handmaid’s Tale” since its debut.
Congrats to all the nominees! Check out the full list here: https://www.emmys.com/awards/nominees-winners