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'Game of Thrones' Gets 16 Emmy Nominations & Irish Nominees List
18 Jul 2013 : By Kevin Cronin
'Game of Thrones' gets 16 Emmy nominations this year.
‘Game of Thrones’ - HBO’s epic fantasy series filmed in Paint Hall Studio in Belfast - has received 16 nominations in total at this year’s Emmy awards - with Irish nominees also featuring strongly for ‘Mea Maxima Culpa’, ‘the Borgias, and ‘Vikings’.

Ronan Hill, Belfast-based production mixer, was nominated for ‘Game of Thrones’ episode ‘And Now His Watch is Ended’ - in the category ‘Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (One Hour)’.

Donal Woods, Irish production designer, was nominated for Downton Abbey Episode 7 for ‘Outstanding Art Direction For A Single-Camera Series’.

‘Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God’, which won the IFTA award this year for Best Feature Documentary, was also recognised in five categories.

A co-production between Jigsaw Productions, Wider Film Projects and Below The Radar Films, ‘Mea Maxima Culpa’ was produced by Eimhear O'Neill, Trevor Birney and Ruth O'Reilly.

Director and writer Alex Gibney was nominated for ‘Outstanding Writing For Nonfiction Programming’ and ‘Outstanding Directing For Nonfiction Programming.’

Other nominations included Lisa Rinzler, Director of Photography; Editor Sloane Klevin for ‘Outstanding Picture Editing For Nonfiction Programming’; and composers Ivor Guest and Robert Logan for Outstanding Music Composition For A Miniseries, Movie Or A Special (Original Dramatic Score).

The Bible, produced by Northern Ireland’s Roma Downey and Mark Burnett for the History Channel, also received three nominations.

A breakdown of some of the other nominees of Irish interest is outlined below:

Vikings – 3 nominations
(An Octagon and Take 5 production in association with MGM for History)

Outstanding Main Title Design
Rama Allen, Director
Audrey Davis, Art Director
Ryan McKenna, Editor
Westley Sarokin, 2D Lead Artist/VFX Supervisor

Outstanding Sound Editing For A Series
Vikings Episode: ‘Trial’
Jane Tattersall, Sound Editor
Steve Medeiros, Sound Effects Editor
David McCallum, Dialogue Editor
Brent Pickett, Dialogue Editor
Dale Sheldrake, ADR Editor
Yuri Gorbachow, Music Editor
Goro Koyama, Foley Artist
Andy Malcom, Foley Artist

Outstanding Special Visual Effects In A Supporting Role
Vikings Episode: ‘Dispossessed’
Dennis Berardi, Visual Effects Supervisor
Julian Parry, Visual Effects Supervisor
Bill Halliday, Visual Effects Producer
Wilson Cameron, Visual Effects Producer
Dominic Remane, Digital Effects Supervisor
Jim Maxwell, Matte Painting Lead
Ovidiu Cinazan, Compositing Lead
Maria Gordon, Compositing Lead
Mike Borrett, Visual Effects Production Manager

Borgias – 6 nominations
(An Octagon and Take 5 Productions for Showtime)

Outstanding Art Direction For A Single-Camera Series
The Borgias Episode: ‘Siblings’
Jonathan McKinstry, Production Designer
Adam O'Neill, Art Director
Judit Varga, Set Decorator

Outstanding Costumes For A Series
The Borgias Episode: ‘The Gunpowder Plot’
Gabriella Pescucci, Costume Designer
Uliva Pizzetti, Costume Supervisor
Gabor Homonnay, Costume Supervisor

Outstanding Hairstyling For A Single-Camera Series
The Borgias Episode: ‘The Wolf And The Lamb’
Stefano Ceccarelli, Department Head Hairstylist
Claudia Catini, Hairstylist
Sevlene Roddy, Hairstylist
Judit Halasz, Hairstylist

Outstanding Makeup For A Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic)
The Borgias Episode: ‘The Gunpowder Plot’
Enzo Mastrantonio, Department Head Makeup Artist
Katia Sisto, Key Makeup Artist
Federico Laurenti, Makeup Artist

Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Original Dramatic Score)
The Borgias Episode: ‘The Prince’
Trevor Morris, Music by

Outstanding Special Visual Effects In A Supporting Role
The Borgias Episode: ‘The Prince’
Wojciech Zielinski, Visual Effects Supervisor
JP Giamos, Visual Effects Producer
Gabor Kiszelly, Special Effects Supervisor
James Chretien, Lighting Supervisor
Ahmed Shehata, CG Supervisor
Chris Ankli, 3D Artist
Jordan Nieuwland, Lead Matte Painter
Adrian Sutherland, Lead Digital Compositor
Amanda Lynn Hollingworth, Digital Compositor

The Bible
(LightWorkers Media and Hearst Productions for History)

Outstanding Miniseries Or Movie

Outstanding Sound Editing For A Miniseries, Movie Or A Special
The Bible Episode: ‘Beginnings’
Jamie Caple, Supervising Dialogue Editor
Matt Davies, Dialogue Editor
Rob Brazier, Dialogue Editor
Stefano Marchetti, ADR Editor
Marc Lawes, Supervising Sound Effects Editor
Jeremy Price, Sound Effects Editor
Simon Gershon, Sound Effects Editor
Rodney Berling, Music Editor
Jason Swanscott, Foley Artist
Clare Mahoney, Foley Artist

Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Miniseries Or A Movie
The Bible Episode: ‘Beginnings’
Dan Johnson, Re-Recording Mixer
Scott Jones, Re-Recording Mixer

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