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Emmys for tech unveiled

Arriflex Cameras will receive lifetime achievement award

The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences on Thursday announced the recipients of the 2002 Primetime Emmys for engineering and animation.

Each will be feted with an Emmy as part of the kudofest’s juried award sector — voted by the technology and convergence awards committee, the animation peer group and members of the performance peer group with voiceover credits, respectively.

Creators of the Digital Solution to Language Translation, Dubbing and Subtitling by TM Systems, Final Cut Pro and Boujou Automated Camera Tracker will each be feted with an Emmy for their innovative developments in film engineering.

Arriflex Cameras will receive a lifetime achievement award for its 50 years in the industry.

In the animation category, Pamela Segall Adlon (“King of the Hill”) and Peter Macon (“Animated Tales of the World”) will be rewarded for their voiceover talents.

In addition, production designer and animator Maciek Albrecht (HBO’s “Twas the Night”) and Andrey Zolotukhin (“Animated Tales of the World”) will take home statuettes for individual achievement in animation.

Engineering kudos will take place Wednesday at ATAS’ Leonard H. Goldenson Theater.

Animation winners will pick up their statuettes during the 2002 Primetime Creative Arts Awards held at L.A.’s Shrine Auditorium Sept. 14.

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