32nd International Emmy Awards
|32nd International Emmy Awards|
|Location||New York Hilton Hotel|
New York City, New York, U.S.
|Hosted by||Graham Norton|
|Founders Award||MTV International|
The nominees for the 32nd Emmy International Awards were announced by International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, on October 4, 2004, at a press conference at MIPCOM in Cannes.
British productions were the big winners of the 2004 International Emmy, winning six of the seven categories, including best documentary and best drama series. The BBC took the prize for best drama with Waking the Dead and best art program with George Orwell: A Life in Pictures.
Channel 4, also from the United Kingdom won an Emmy in the category for documentary The Boy Whose Skin Fell Off. The Emmy for best entertainment program without script was to Brat Camp, and The Illustrated Mum was named best children's program. A production exhibited by ITV about Henry VIII was awarded as the best miniseries. Berlin, Berlin, won the award for best comedy, the only award granted to a non-British work.
The Directorate Award was given to Herbert Kloiber, managing director of the Tele München Group. The Founders Award was delivered to MTV for its contribution to the fight against AIDS and for revolutionizing music on television. The Emmy Ted Cott was delivered to Australian Len Mauger of Nine Network, for their dedication to the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in the United States.
|George Orwell: A Life in Pictures||United Kingdom||BBC||Won|
|Korda, Fotografo en Revolucion||Mexico||Canal Once||Nominated|
|Cinema Dalí||Spain / France||Televisió de Catalunya / France 5||Nominated|
Children & Young People
|The Illustrated Mum||United Kingdom||Channel 4||Won|
|Dunya & Desie||Netherlands||NPS||Nominated|
|31 minutos||Chile||Televisión Nacional de Chile||Nominated|
|Corner Gas||Canada||CTV Television Network||Nominated|
|The Newsroom||Canada||CBC Television||Nominated|
|Stokvel||South Africa||Penguin Films||Nominated|
|The Boy Whose Skin Fell Off||United Kingdom||Channel 4||Won|
|Les origines du SIDA||Canada / France||Galafilm/MFP/Pathe Archives||Nominated|
|Seven Wonders of the Industrial World: Hoover Dam||United Kingdom||BBC||Nominated|
|Waking the Dead||United Kingdom||BBC||Won|
|Shameless||United Kingdom||Channel 4||Nominated|
|Brat Camp||United Kingdom||Channel 4||Won|
|Wife Swap||United Kingdom||Channel 4||Nominated|
|Caiga Quien Caiga||Argentina||Cuatro Cabezas||Nominated|
|Greg le millionnaire||France||TF1||Nominated|
|Henry VIII||United Kingdom||ITV||Won|
|The Canterbury Tales||United Kingdom||BBC||Nominated|
|The Deal||United Kingdom||Channel 4||Nominated|
Most major nominations
- By country
- By network
Most major awards
- By country
- United Kingdom — 6
- By network
- ""31 MINUTOS" NOMINATED FOR INTERNATIONAL EMMY AWARD". The Santiago Times. October 6, 2004. Archived from the original on December 15, 2014. Retrieved December 6, 2014.
- "América Latina bate recordes na seleção dos Emmy Internacionais". UOL. October 4, 2004. Retrieved December 4, 2014.
- "Heady 'Times' in Intl. Emmy noms". Variety. October 4, 2004. Retrieved December 4, 2014.
- "TV britânica leva 6 prêmios no Emmy Internacional". UOL. November 23, 2004. Retrieved February 21, 2015.