Arcane wins big at the Creative Arts Emmys

Last Saturday and Sunday marked the annual Creative Arts Emmys, two evenings of celebrations honoring outstanding artistic and technical achievement in various television program genres, guest performances in weekly series, and outstanding work in the animation, reality and documentary categories. .

Among many other categories, the Emmys won in animation and visual effects, with the popular Netflix series, Esoteric the big winner, taking home four awards, followed by the Netflix animated anthology Love, Death + Robots with two. Additionally, Chadwick Boseman received a posthumous Emmy for his character voiceover work in the Disney+ animated series. What if…?

Chip ‘n’ Dale: Rescue Rangers won Best TV Movie, the first time an animated film has won this category.

Here’s a roundup of the award-winning animations and visual effects at the 2022 Creative Arts Emmys events:

Winner: Outstanding TV Movie

Chip ‘n’ Dale: Rescue Rangers -Disney+, Mandeville Films

  • Alexander Young, executive producer; Tom Peitzman, executive producer; Todd Lieberman, producer; David Hoberman, producer

Winner: Outstanding Animation Program

Esoteric: “When these walls come down” – Riot Games and Fortiche Production for Netflix

  • Christian Linke, Executive Producer/Story of; Marc Merrill, executive producer; Brandon Beck, executive producer; Jane Chung, executive producer; Thomas Vu, executive producer; Jerôme Combe, co-executive producer; Melinda Wunsch Dilger, co-executive producer; Pascal Charrue, Co-Executive Producer / Directed by; Arnaud Delord, Co-Executive Producer / Directed by; Alex Yee, co-executive producer / Written by / Story by; Ash Brannon, co-executive producer/History of; Conor Sheehy, story of; Barthélémy Maunoury, animation director; David Lyerly, voice director

Winner: Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation

Esoteric: “The Boy Savior” – Riot Games and Fortiche Production for Netflix

  • Awarded to: Anne-Laure To, Color Script Artist

Esoteric: “Happy Progress Day!” – Riot Games and Fortiche Production for Netflix

  • Attributed to: – Julien Georgel, Art Direction

Love, Death + Robots: “Jibaro” – Netflix

  • Awarded to: Alberto Mielgo, character designer

Boys Present: Devilish: “Boyd in 3D” – Prime Video

  • Awarded to: Lexy Naut, Storyboard Artist

The House -Netflix

  • Awarded to: Kecy Salangad, Animator

Winner: Outstanding Short Form Animation Program

Love, Death + Robots: “Jibaro” – Netflix

  • Blur Studio for Netflix; David Fincher, executive producer; Tim Miller, executive producer; Jennifer Miller, executive producer; Joshua Donen, executive producer; Sergio Jimenez, executive producer; Victoria Howard, supervising producer; Jennifer Yuh Nelson, supervising director; Alberto Mielgo, screenwriter/director

WINNER: Outstanding character voice-over performance

What if…?: “What if… T’Challa becomes a Star-Lord ?” -Disney+, Marvel Studios

  • Chadwick Boseman as Star Lord T’Challa

Winner: Outstanding Special Visual Effects in a Season or Movie

Boba Fett’s Book -Disney+

  • Lucasfilm LTD, Richard Bluff, Visual Effects Supervisor; Abbigail Keller, visual effects producer; Paul Kavanagh, animation supervisor; Cameron Neilson, Assoc. Visual effects supervisor; Scott Fisher, special effects supervisor; John Rosengrant, Legacy Effects Supervisor; Enrico Damm, ILM visual effects supervisor; Robin Hackl, Picture Engine Visual Effects Supervisor; Landis Fields, Virtual Production Visualization Supervisor

Winner: Outstanding Sound Editing for a Limited or Anthology Series, Movie or Special

Moon Knight “Gods and Monsters – Disney+, Marvel Studios

  • Bonnie Wild, co-supervised sound editor; Mac Smith, co-supervising Sound Editor; Kimberly Patrick, sound editor; Vanessa Lapato, sound editor; Matt Hartman, sound editor; Teresa Eckton, sound editor; Tim Farrell, sound editor; Léo Marcil, sound editor; Joel Raabe, sound editor; Ian Chase, sound editor; Anele Onyekwere, music editor; Stephanie Lowry, music editor; Carl Sealove, Music Editor; Dan O’Connell, sound engineer; John Cucci, MPSE, sound engineer

The two-night celebration footage will be condensed and released September 10 on FXX. The program will then air on Hulu from September 11-17.

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Debbie Diamond Sarto is Editor-in-Chief of Animation World Network.

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