THE AMAZING RACE Wins Two Creative Arts Emmys

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THE AMAZING RACE Wins Two Creative Arts Emmys

“The Amazing Race” has done it again. In a ceremony taking place Saturday, August 19th, “The Amazing Race” was honored with two Creative Arts Emmy Awards in the categories of
OUTSTANDING PICTURE EDITING FOR NONFICTION PROGRAMMING (LARGE TEAM ENTRIES – PRIMARILY MULTI-CAMERA PRODUCTIONS)
THE AMAZING RACE – “Here Comes the Bedouin!”
MATT DEITRICH, Supervising Editor
MICHAEL BOLANOWSKI, Editor
EVAN FINN, Editor
ERIC GOLDFARB, Editor
JULIAN GOMEZ, Editor
ANDY KOZAR, Editor
PAUL NIELSEN, Editor

OUTSTANDING CINEMATOGRAPHY FOR NONFICTION PROGRAMMING – MULTI-CAMERA PRODUCTIONS
THE AMAZING RACE – “Here Comes the Bedouin!”
PER A. C. LARSSON, Director of Photography
SYLVESTER CAMPE, Camera
TOM CUNNINGHAM, Camera
CHIP GOEBERT, Camera
URI SHARON, Camera
SCOTT SHELLEY, Camera

“TAR” was also nominated for Outstanding Sound Editing For Nonfiction Programming (Single Or Multi-Camera) and Outstanding Sound Mixing For Nonfiction Programming (Single Or Multi-Camera). Those awards went to “Baghdad ER” and “American Masters” respectively.

As for its Outstanding Reality-Competition Program rivals, only “Dancing With The Stars” went home with awards, scoring 2 Emmys.

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