Romanian Dragos Stanomir received an Creative Arts Emmy Award, during the gala organized in Los Angeles on Saturday night, for “the best sound mix for a TV series”, with the mini-series “Hatfields & McCoys”, produced in Romania by History Channel and Castel Film, Mediafax writes.
“Hatfields & McCoys” won another 2 trophies at Creative Arts Emmy: “best make-up in a TV mini-series” and “outstanding single camera picture editing for a miniseries or a movie”
The same miniseries has 16 nominations for Primetime Emmy 2012, to be awarded on September 23rd, including 3 that involve Romanian cinema professionals: Serban Porupca (Outstanding Art Direction For A Miniseries Or Movie – together with John Vertrees, Derek Hill and Sally Black), Adina Bucur (Outstanding Costumes For A Miniseries, Movie Or A Special- with Karri Hutchinson) and Dragos Stanomir (Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series).
“Hatfields & McCoys”, with Kevin Costner in the leading role, is produced by History Channel and integrally made in Romania, at Castel Film. TV mini-series was a success in US, where the 1st broadcasted episode on History Channel attracted 13.9M viewers.