2019 Creative Arts Emmy Winners: Full List of Night One

emmysThe first evening of the 2019 Creative Arts Emmys are over and some of the big winner of the evening included Free Solo, which went 7-7 in Emmys this evening. Other big winners include Carpool Karaoke, Saturday Night Live, Queer Eye and RuPaul’s Drag Race. Beyonce, who was up for six awards tonight for her HBO concert special Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncelost to Carpool Karaoke: When Corden Met McCartneySpringsteen on Broadway, among others.

Below is the full list of Emmy winners for night one of the 2019 Creative Arts Emmys:

Best Animated Program – The Simpsons “Mad About the Toy”

Best Short Form Animated Program – Love, Death and Robots “The Witness”

Best Individual Achievement in Animation – Age of Sail — Céline Desrumaux, Production Designer
Age of Sail — Bruno Mangyoku, Character Designer
Age of Sail — Jasmin Lai, Color
Carmen Sandiego — “The Chasing Paper Caper” — Elaine Lee, Background Painter
Love, Death and Robots — ”The Witness” — Alberto Mielgo, Production Designer
Love, Death & Robots  “Good Hunting” — Jun-ho Kim, Background Designer
Love, Death & Robots: “The Witness” — David Pate, Character Animator
Love, Death & Robots

Best Documentary/Nonfiction Special – Leaving Neverland

Best Documentary/Nonfiction Series – Our Planet

Best Informational Series – Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown

Exceptional Merit in Documentary Filmmaking – RBG The Sentence

Best Structured Reality Program – Queer Eye

Best Unstructured Reality Program – United Shades of America

Best Reality Host – RuPaul Charles, RuPaul’s Drag Race

Best Variety Special (Live) – Live in Front of a Studio Audience: All in the Family and The Jeffersons

Best Variety Special (Pre-Recorded) – Carpool Karaoke: When Corden Met McCartney

Best Casting (Reality) – Queer Eye

Best Choreography (Variety/Reality) – World of Dance

Best Cinematography (Nonfiction) – Free Solo

Best Cinematography (Reality) – Life Below Zero

Best Costumes (Variety/Nonfiction/Reality) – RuPaul’s Drag Race

Best Directing (Variety Special) – Springsteen on Broadway

Best Directing (Documentary/Nonfiction) – Free Solo

Best Directing (Reality) – Queer Eye, “Black Girl Magic”

Best Hairstyling (Multi-camera) – RuPaul’s Drag Race, ” Reump: The Rusical

Best Interactive Program – NASA and SpaceX: The Interactive Demo-1 Launch

Best Creative Achievement in Interactive Media – Free Solo, “360”

Best Innovation in Interactive Programming – Artificial (Switch)/Wolves in the Walls: It’s All Over (Oculus Stone)

Best Lighting Design/Direction (Variety Series) – Saturday Night Live  – Host John Mulaney

Best Lighting Design/Direction (Variety Special) – Rent

Best Makeup (Multi-camera, Non-Prosthetic) – Saturday Night Live  – Host Adam Sandler

Best Motion Design – Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj

Best Music Composition (Documentary) – Free Solo

Best Music Direction – Fosse/Verdon – “Life is a Cabaret”

Best Music and Lyrics – Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, “Anti-depressants Are So Not a Big Deal”

Best Picture Editing (Variety) – Last Week Tonight – “The Wax and the Furious”

Best Picture Editing (Nonfiction) – Free Solo

Best Picture Editing (Structured Reality/Competition) – Queer Eye

Best Picture Editing (Unstructured Reality) – Saturday Night Live – Host: John Mulaney

Best Production Design (Variety Special) – Rent

Best Short Form Variety Series – Carpool Karaoke: The Series

Best Short Form Nonfiction/Reality – Creating Saturday Night Live

Best Sound Editing (Nonfiction) – Free Solo

Best Sound Mixing (Variety) – Aretha! A Grammy Celebration for the Queen of Soul

Best Sound Mixing (Nonfiction) –  Free Solo

Best Technical Direction/Camerawork/Video Control (Series) – Last Week Tonight with John Oliver – “ Psychics”

Best Technical Direction/Camerawork/Video Control (Special) – The Late Late Show Carpool Karaoke Primetime Special 2019

Best Narrator – David Attenborough, Our Planet

Best Character Voice-Over Performance – Seth MacFarlane, Family Guy

Best Writing (Variety Special) – Hannah Gadsby, Nanette

Best Writing (Nonfiction) – Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown – “Kenya”

The Creative Arts Emmys telecast airs Saturday, September 21st at on FXX and The 71st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards air Sunday, September 22nd at 8pm ET/5pm PT on Fox.



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