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2015 Creative Arts Emmy Awards: Complete List of Winners

 
 
 
2015 Creative Arts Emmy Awards: Complete List of Winners

The Emmy Awards are here. While the Primetime ceremony will air Sunday, September 20 on FOX, the Creative Arts Emmys took place Saturday. September 12.


The Creative Arts Emmys honor the technical achievements of the year, from editing and cinematography to stunts and visual effects. It's also where the first four acting Emmys are presented for guest stars on dramas and comedies.

Among the nominees are Mel Brooks for The Comedians and How to Get Away with Murder's Cicely Tyson. Brooks is 89 and Tyson is 90, and if either of them wins, they would become the oldest Emmy winner of all-time, beating Betty White, who was 99 when she won in 2010 for Comedy Guest Actress on Saturday Night Live.



The two programs with the most nominations this year, Game of Thrones and American Horror Story: Freak Show, are both well-represented at the Creative Arts Emmys. Game of Thrones is eligible in 13 categories while AHS is up for 11.

Here's a complete list of all categories and winners at the 2015 Creative Arts Emmys.

Single-Camera Series Makeup (Non-Prosthetic): Game of Thrones
Multi-Camera Series Makeup (Non-Prosthetic): Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Special
Limited Series/TV Movie Makeup (Non-Prosthetic): American Horror Story: Freak Show
Prosthetic Makeup: American Horror Story: Freak Show

Main Title Theme Music: Transparent
Main Title Design: Manhattan

Variety Program Costumes: Drunk History and Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show starring Katy Perry
Comedy Guest Actor:
Comedy Guest Actress:
Drama Guest Actor:
Drama Guest Actress:

Reality Host:
Character Voice-Over:
Narrator:

Structured Reality Program:
Unstructured Reality Program:
Variety Special:
Animated Program:
Short-Form Animated Program:
Children's Program:
Special Class Program:
Informational Series:
Nonfiction Series:
Nonfiction Special:
Documentary Filmmaking:
Short-Form Live Action Entertainment Program:
Short-Form Nonfiction Program:
Interactive Program:

Variety Special Writing:
Variety Special Directing:
Nonfiction Program Writing:
Nonfiction Program Directing:

Comedy Casting:
Drama Casting:
Limited Series/TV Movie Casting:

Original Music and Lyrics:
Choreography:

Single-Camera Series Cinematography:
Multi-Camera Series Cinematography:
Limited Series/TV Movie Cinematography:
Nonfiction Program Cinematography:
Reality Series Cinematography:

Period/Fantasy Series Costumes:
Contemporary Series Costumes:

Single-Camera Series Hairstyling:
Multi-Camera Series Hairstyling:
Limited Series/TV Movie Hairstyling:

Series Dramatic Score:
Limited Series/TV Movie Dramatic Score:
Music Direction:

Drama Editing:
Single-Camera Comedy Editing:
Multi-Camera Comedy Editing:
Limited Series/TV Movie Editing:
Variety Series Editing:
Nonfiction Program Editing:
Reality Series Editing:

Fantasy Series Production Design:
Period Series Production Design:
Half-Hour Series Production Design:
Variety, Nonfiction and Reality Program Production Design:

Series Sound Editing
Limited Series/TV Movie Sound Editing:
Nonfiction Program Sound Editing
Hour-Long Series Sound Mixing:
Half-Hour Series Sound Mixing
Limited Series/TV Movie Sound Mixing:
Variety Series/Special Sound Mixing:
Nonfiction Program Sound Mixing:

Special Visual Effects:
Special Visual Effects in a Supporting Role:

Comedy Stunt Coordination:
Drama Stunt Coordination:

Series Technical Direction:
Limited Series/TV Movie/Variety Special Technical Direction:
Variety Series Lighting Design/Direction:
Variety Special Lighting Design/Direction:
    
Commercial:


Source: buddytv.com
 
 
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