Three ITVS Programs Receive News and Doc Emmy Awards

Posted on October 2, 2012

Last Train Home, Where Soldiers Come Fromand The Woodmans were among the ITVS programs to receive News and Doc Emmys on Monday.

Congratulations to all the filmmakers! 

Independent LensThe Woodmans by filmmaker C. Scott Willis

  • Outstanding Arts & Culture Programming

 

ITVS Last Train Home by filmmaker Lixin Fan

  • Best Documentary
  • Outstanding Business and Economic Reporting - Long Form

 

Where Soldiers Come From by filmmaker Heather Courtney

  • Outstanding Continuing Coverage of a News Story - Long Form

You can find the entire list of nominations for the 33rd Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards on their website.

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