40th International Emmy Awards
|40th International Emmy Awards|
|Location||New York Hilton Hotel|
New York City, New York, U.S.
|Hosted by||Regis Philbin|
|Founders Award||Ryan Murphy|
The 40th International Emmy Awards took place on November 19, 2012, at the Hilton Hotel in New York City, United States. The ceremony, hosted by Regis Philbin, also presented a special Founders Award to Ryan Murphy, Alan Alda and Norman Lear. The Directorate Award was presented to Kim In-Kyu, president and CEO of Korean Broadcasting System.
The nominees for the 40th International Emmy Awards were announced by International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences on 8 October 2012, at a press conference in Mipcom, Cannes.
In all, 38 finalists were selected from 15 countries who competed in the awards in 9 categories. Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, China, Denmark, France, Germany, Japan, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, South Korea, Spain and the UK were the finalists of the 40th International Emmy, who received 1,100 entries, analyzed by jurors of 67 countries.
In celebration of the International Emmys 40th anniversary, the International Academy paid tribute to Alan Alda and Norman Lear with Special Founders Awards. Also, the 2012 International Emmy Founders Award was presented to producer/writer Ryan Murphy, Co-creator & Executive Producer of Glee while the 2012 International Emmy Directorate Award was presented to Dr. Kim In-Kyu, President & CEO of KBS, also President of the ABU.
The following individuals, listed in order of appearance, presented awards.
|Regis Philbin||Host from 40th annual International Emmy Awards|
|Prerna Wanvari||Presenter of the award for Arts Programming|
|Presenters of the award for Best Actor|
|Presenters of the award for Best Actress|
|Cheyenne Jackson||Presenter of the award for Best Comedy Series|
|Pat Mitchell||Presenter of the award for Best Documentary|
|Presenters of the award for Best Drama Series|
|Rachael Taylor||Presenter of the award for Best Non-Scripted Entertainment|
|Jeffrey Tambor||Presenter of the award for Best Telenovela|
|Presenters of the award for Best TV movie or Mini-Series|
|Jessica Lange||Presenter of the award for Emmy Founders Award|
|Ryan Murphy||Presenter of the award for 40th anniversary Founders Awards|
|Park Jin-young||Presenter of the award for Emmy Directorate Award|
|Musik als Waffe||Germany||ZDF||Won|
|Por Toda Minha Vida||Brazil||Rede Globo||Nominated|
|Blue Man x Kodo: Blue Man Meets Wadaiko||Japan||WOWOW||Nominated|
|Queen - Days Of Our Lives||United Kingdom||BBC||Nominated|
Best Performance by an Actor
|Darío Grandinetti for Televisión x la inclusión||Argentina||ON TV Contenidos||Won|
|Arthur Acuña for The Kitchen Musical||Singapore||AXN||Nominated|
|Jason Isaacs for Case Histories||United Kingdom||BBC||Nominated|
|Stein Winge for Koselig med peis||Norway||NRK||Nominated|
|Yawen Zhu (朱亚文) for Departed Heroes||People's Republic of China||H.Brothers Tianyi Movie & TV||Nominated|
Best Performance by an Actress
|Cristina Banegas for Televisión x la inclusión||Argentina||ON TV Contenidos||Won|
|Sidse Babett Knudsen for Borgen||Denmark||DR||Nominated|
|Joanna Vanderham for The Runaway||United Kingdom||Sky 1||Nominated|
|Rina Sa for Zhong guo di||Hong Kong||Phoenix Television||Nominated|
|A Mulher Invisível||Brazil||Rede Globo||Won|
|Absolutely Fabulous||United Kingdom||BBC||Nominated|
|Spy||United Kingdom||Sky 1||Nominated|
|Terry Pratchett: Choosing to Die||United Kingdom||BBC||Won|
|Across Land, Across Sea||South Korea||The Chosun Ilbo||Nominated|
|El escape de Hitler a la Argentina||Argentina||History Channel / Anima Films||Nominated|
|Der Wettlauf zum Südpol||Germany||ZDF||Nominated|
|ICAC Investigators||Hong Kong||RTHK||Nominated|
|The Kitchen Musical||Singapore||AXN||Nominated|
|El puntero||Argentina||El Trece||Nominated|
|The Amazing Race Australia||Australia||Seven Network||Won|
|The Challenger Muay Thai||Singapore||AXN||Nominated|
|El Hormiguero||Spain||Antena 3||Nominated|
|Planeta Extremo||Brazil||Rede Globo||Nominated|
|O Astro||Brazil||Rede Globo||Won|
|Iron Daughters-in-Law||South Korea||MBC||Nominated|
|Black Mirror||United Kingdom||Channel 4||Won|
|Early Autumn||Japan||Chubu-Nippon Broadcasting||Nominated|
|Homens de Bem||Brazil||Rede Globo||Nominated|
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