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International Emmy nominations unveiled

Nominations for the 1995 Intl. Emmy Awards were announced Nov. 1 by the Intl. Council of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. The awards, which honor programs from broadcasters and independent producers around the world, will be bestowed Nov. 20 in New York. The nominees are as follows:


“Cold Comfort Farm” (U.K.), BBC Television, Thames Television.

“The Politician’s Wife” (U.K.), the Producers Prods, for Channel Pour.

“Smile Through Your Tears: The Tale of Seijiro Shimada” (Japan), NHK.


“Anne Frank Remembered” (U.K.), the Jon Blair Film Company, in association with the BBC and the Disney Channel.

“Lest We Forget” (Contre L’Oubli) (France), Taxi Prods, for France 2.

“The Dead (Twenty-Five Bloody Years)” (U.K.), BBC Television.

“Igor – Child of Chernobyl” (U.K.), Zenith North Production for Carlton Television.


“Bookmark: Sex, Lies and Jerzy Kosinski” (U.K.), BBC Television.

“Kenzaburo Oe’s Long Road to Fatherhood” (Japan), NHK.

“A Short Film About Loving” (U.K.), WDR Germany and Channel Four.


“Don’t Forget Your Toothbrush (II)” (U.K.), Ginger Prods, for Channel Four.

“Frontline: The Siege” (Australia), Frontline Television Prods, in association with the Australian Broadcasting Corp.

“This Hour Has 22 Minutes” (Canada), Salter Films Intl. with Telefilm Canada and the Nova Scotia Film Development Corp.


“Carmen” (Sweden), Sveriges Television.

“The Planets” (Canada), Rhombus Media.

‘Toreador Ohe Bullfighter)” (Spain), TVE.


“Confessions of an Adolescent: First Kiss” (Brazil), Centro Paulista de Radio e TV Educativas.

“Little Lord Fauntieroy” (U.K.), BBC Television.

“Wise Up” (U.K.), Carlton U.K. Prods, for Channel Four.

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