Curt Morgan and Jared Slater of Brain Farm were both awarded Emmy’s for their cinematography for Nat Geos show Great Migrations. They were working with the Cineflex and Phantom HD to capture the migration of Wyoming’s Pronghorn. You can see the footage in the Race to Survive Episode. Read more below about the 32nd Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards.
National Geographic Channel, PBS and Discovery Channel emerged as multiple winners at the 32nd annual News & Documentary Emmy Awards held last night in New York City.
Discovery Channel’s First Life with David Attenborough from Atlantic Productions claimed the award for outstanding nature programming, as well as nods for writing and graphic design and art direction.
PBS strands ‘POV’ and ‘Independent Lens’ brought in several honors for the public broadcaster, with Robert Kenner’s Food Inc. named best documentary and also getting the prize for outstanding informational programming – long form.
Presumed Guilty from filmmakers Roberto Hernández and Geoffrey Smith, also airing on ‘POV,’ received the award for outstanding investigative journalism – long form, while another ‘POV’ doc, Landon von Soest’s Good Fortune, was honored for outstanding business and economic reporting – long form.
National Geographic Channel’s Restrepo: Afghan Outpost, directed by Sebastian Junger and the late Tim Hetherington, took awards for outstanding continuing coverage of a news story – long form, and a craft award for editing. NGC’s epic natural history series Great Migrations (pictured) took the honors in cinematography for a nature program….
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