Brazilian powerhouse TV Globo nabbed a record five noms Monday for the 38th Intl. Emmy Awards.
Unveiled at Mipcom by the Intl. Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, noms spanned 15 countries, including Argentina, Thailand, Israel and Japan.
Globo will compete in arts programming, with “All My Life”; performance, with Lilia Cabral (“Seize the Day”); kidvid, with “Do-Re-Mi Factory”; docu, with “Kuarup: The Lost Soul Will Return”; and mini for “Sound and Fury.”
In the drama series slot, Japan’s “Clouds Over Hill” and Argentina’s “Epitafios” will compete against Denmark’s “The Killing II” and the U.K’s “The Street.”
Performance noms included Bob Hoskins for ITV’s “The Street” and Helena Bonham Carter for Carnival Film and Television’s “Enid.” “Saturday Night Live” creator Lorne Michaels will receive the founder’s award, while Simon Cowell will receive the directorate nod.
Winners will be announced Nov. 22 at the Hilton New York.