Adventure Time Wins 2017 Creative Arts Emmy For Outstanding Short Form Animated Program

Adventure Time Wins 2017 Creative Arts Emmy For Outstanding Short Form Animated Program

Adventure Time Wins 2017 Creative Arts Emmy For Outstanding Short Form Animated Program

Yesterday (09/09/2017), the winners of the 2017 Creative Arts Emmy Awards were announced in Los Angeles and Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time has won another Creative Arts Emmy in the “Outstanding Short Form Animated Program” category bringing the tally to seven Emmys throughout show’s run since its premiere in 2010. Adventure Time won the Emmy for the episode “Imaginary Resources”, which is the fourth episode in the Adventure Time: Islands mini-series. In the episode, Finn and Jake visit a strange island while on their voyage across the ocean; the island’s inhabitants live in a virtual world. The episode was directed by Elizabeth Ito and written by show creator Pendleton Ward, Kent Osborne, Jack Pendarvis, Ashly Burch and Adam Muto. In the same category, Teen Titans Go!’s – “Orangins” episode and the Steven Universe episode – “Mr. Greg” were also nominated.

https://www.emmys.com/awards/nominees-winners/2017/outstanding-short-format-animated-program

Also, Adult Swim’s and Cartoon Network Studios’ Samurai Jack has won an amazing total of four Emmy awards in the “Outstanding Individual Achievement In Animation” category, one for the episode (XCII) (“92”), two for the episode “XCIII” (“93”) and one for “XCV” (“95”).

List of “Outstanding Individual Achievement In Animation” winners for Samurai Jack:

Craig Kellman, Character Design in “XCII”
Scott Wills, Production Design in “XCIII”
Bryan Andrews, Storyboard in “XCIII”
Lou Romano, Background Design in “XCV”

https://www.emmys.com/awards/nominees-winners/2017/outstanding-individual-achievement-in-animation

All the winners and nominations for the 2017 Creative Arts Emmys are listed on the Emmy Awards website, which can be accessed via the link below:

https://www.emmys.com/awards/nominees-winners

Irmão do Jorel (Jorel’s Brother) Wins Two ComKids Awards

Irmão do Jorel (Jorel's Brother) Wins Two ComKids Awards

Irmão do Jorel (Jorel’s Brother) Wins Two ComKids Awards

Yesterday, (19/08/2017), a list of all the ComKids Prix Jeunesse Iberoamericano winners was published on the TeleViva media news website and on ComKids’ Facebook Page. The awards ceremony took place on Friday 18th August at the SESC Consolação cultural centre in São Paulo, Brazil and Cartoon Network Brazil’s Irmão do Jorel (Jorel’s Brother) has won the first place prize in the best fictional programming made in Latin America for kids aged between 7 and 11 years old category. In addition, the animated show also won the first place jury prize for best Brazilian children’s production.

Congratulations to the show’s creator, Juliano Enrico, the show’s production team at Copa Studio and to Cartoon Network Latin America and Brazil!

A list of all the ComKids Prix Jeunesse Iberoamericano winners can be viewed on the link below or the embedded Facebook post below:

http://teletela.com.br/telaviva/paytv/19/08/2017/comkids-premia-melhores-da-programacao-infantil-iberoamericana/

Two Cartoon Network Brazil Shows Are Finalists For ComKids Festival Award

Two Cartoon Network Brazil Shows Are Finalists For ComKids Festival Award

Two Cartoon Network Brazil Shows Are Finalists For ComKids Festival Award

This week (14/08/2017 – 20/08/2017) is the 2017 ComKids Prix Jeunesse Iberoamericano (Ibero-American Youth Prize) Festival in São Paulo, Brazil. The biennial event is an opportunity for the children’s television industry in Latin America (as well as Spain and Portugal) to discuss the future of children’s entertainment and to showcase and celebrate existing content. Two Cartoon Network Brazil animated shows – Historietas Assombradas Para Crianças Malcriadas (Haunted Tales for Wicked Kids) and Irmão do Jorel (Jorel’s Brother) have been put forward as finalists for an award in the best fictional programming for kids aged between 7 and 11 years old category.

Historietas Assombradas Para Crianças Malcriadas (Haunted Tales for Wicked Kids) follows a boy named Pepe, he and his friends live in dark world populated with creatures and monsters. Irmão do Jorel (Jorel’s Brother) follows the life of a young Brazilian boy who often gets overshadowed by his brother – Jorel, both live with an eccentric family who often get themselves into bizarre situations. Both shows are animated by Rio de Janeiro based studio – Copa Studio for Cartoon Network Latin America and Brazil.

http://comkids.com.br/conheca-a-programacao-do-festival-comkids-pj-iberoamericano-2017/

http://comkids.com.br/sairam-os-finalistas-do-festival-comkids-prix-jeunesse-iberoamericano-2017/