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Page 15 of 51 14 POST SEPTEMBER 2014 EMMY'S he Television Academy presented its 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards live from the Nokia Theater in LA last month, which celebrated some of television's most outstanding and groundbreaking work in acting, writing, directing, and more. The show, which aired on NBC and was hosted by Seth Meyers, included among its many honorees both critic and fan favorites Breaking Bad, which earned five awards, including "Out- standing Drama Series," "Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series" (Aaron Paul), and "Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series" (Bryan Cran- ston); Modern Family (colorist Aidan Stanford was featured in Post's August issue), which won three awards for "Outstanding Directing For A Comedy Series" (Gail Mancuso), "Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series" (Ty Burrell) and "Outstanding Com- edy Series;" and the Amazing Race (coming up in Post's Primetime column featuring Kevin Mueller on audio post) took home the award for "Outstanding Reality-Competition Program." Earlier last month, the Television Academy also presented the 2014 Creative Arts Emmy Awards, also held at LA's Nokia Theater, which recognized the many talented creatives behind the scenes, honoring some outstanding work in cinematography, editing, audio post, visual effects, show opens and more. Early picks by Post included Louie, whose star Louie CK won for "Outstand- ing Writing For A Comedy Series;" Game of Thrones, winner in the visual effects category; House of Cards, nominated for "Best Drama Series" and winner for "Outstanding Sound Mixing;" and Black Sails, a winner in the "Outstanding Sound Editing" category. Here's a look at some of the big winners: OUTSTANDING MULTI-CAMERA PIC- TURE EDITING FOR A COMEDY SERIES Peter Chakos, Edited by CBS The Big Bang Theory "The Cooper Extraction" OUTSTANDING SINGLE-CAMERA PIC- TURE EDITING FOR A DRAMA SERIES Skip Macdonald, A.C.E., Edited by AMC Breaking Bad "Felina" OUTSTANDING SINGLE-CAMERA PIC- TURE EDITING FOR A COMEDY SERIES William Turro, Editor Netflix Orange Is The New Black "Tit Punch" OUTSTANDING SOUND EDITING FOR NONFICTION PROGRAMMING (SINGLE OR MULTI-CAMERA) Christopher Harvengt, Supervising Sound Editor Fox/NATGEO Richard S. Steele, Sound Designer Jeff Carson, Music Editor Jason Tregoe Newman, Music Editor Bob Costanza, Sound Effects Editor Lisa Varetakis, Dialogue / ADR Editor Bill Bell, Foley Supervisor / Sound Editor Tim Chilton, Foley Artist Jill Sanders, Foley Artist Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey "Standing Up In The Milky Way" OUTSTANDING SOUND EDITING FOR A SERIES Benjamin Cook, Supervising Sound Edi- tor Starz Iain Eyre, Sound Editor Sue Cahill, Sound Editor Jeffrey A. Pitts, Sound Editor Tim Tuchrello, Sound Editor Brett Voss, Sound Editor Michael Baber, Music Editor Jeffrey Wilhoit, Foley Artist James "Jimmy" Moriana, Foley Artist Black Sails "I." OUTSTANDING SOUND MIXING FOR A COMEDY OR DRAMA SERIES (ONE HOUR) Lorenzo Millan, Production Mixer Netflix Nathan Nance, Re-Recording Mixer Scott R. Lewis, Re-Recording Mixer House Of Cards "Chapter 14" OUTSTANDING SOUND MIXING FOR A COMEDY OR DRAMA SERIES (HALF-HOUR) Jan Mclaughlin, C.A.S., Production Sound Mixer Showtime Peter Waggoner, Re-Recording Mixer Nurse Jackie "The Lady With The Lamp" OUTSTANDING MAIN TITLE DESIGN Patrick Clair, Creative Director HBO Raoul Marks, Animator Jennifer Sofio Hall, Creative Producer True Detective OUTSTANDING SPECIAL AND VISUAL EFFECTS Joe Bauer, Lead Visual Effects Supervisor HBO Joern Grosshans, Visual Effects Supervisor Steve Kullback, Lead Visual T BY LINDA ROMANELLO POST SHOW REPORT: THE 66TH ANNUAL EMMY AWARDS Emmy Awards host Seth Meyers (left) carried audiences and home viewers through the program that named (L -R) The Amazing Race, Breaking Bad and Mod- ern Family among the night's winners.

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