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Emmy Awards presented in New York


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Emmy Awards presented in New York

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The British conspiracy thriller ‘Utopia’ has picked up an Emmy award for the best drama series.

The Channel 4 offering has run for two seasons and follows a group of people who find themselves in possession of a sinister manuscript.

Stephan Dillane star of the French/British productuion ‘The Tunnel’ won an Emmy for best actor.

He plays the role of a British detective on the hunt for politically motivated serial killer at the crossroads of France and the UK.

Best actress went to the Dutch thespian Bianca Krijgsman for her role in “ The New World”

“Hello, I’m Bianca from Holland! I want to dedicate this prize to all the extras in this movie. They were real refugees.”

She plays Mirte a grumpy woman working in a refugee centre. Her encounter with a West African immigrant changes her life forever.

Germany’s “Unsere Mutter, Unsere Vater” (Generation War), a World War Two mini-series by Heike Hempel and Benjamin Benedict, won the top prize in its category.

The ZDF TV series follows the story of a group of adolescents, whose friendships are shattered by war.

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