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November 30, 2021

Three Romanian film makers, nominated for Emmy 2012 awards

Romanian film makers Serban Porupca, Adina Bucur and Dragos Stanomir were nominated to Primetime Emmy 2012 awards, for their miniseries “Hatfields & McCoys”, produced by History Channel TV in cooperation with Castel Film and filmed in Romania, according to Mediafax.Based on Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, the association which awards the prizes Primetime Emmy, Serban Porupca was nominated under the category “best artistic direction for a TV miniseries” (together with John Vertrees, Derek Hill and Sally Black), Adina Bucur was nominated for the category “best costumes for a TV miniseries” (together with Karri Hutchinson) and Dragos Stanomir was nominated for the category “best sound mixing”.16 nominations were awarded to “Hatfields & McCoys” miniseries, including categories “best TV miniseries”, “best actor in a TV miniseries (Kevin Costner and Bill Paxton), “best actress in a secondary role within a TV miniseries (Mare Winningham) and “best actor in a secondary role within a TV miniseries (Tom Berenger). This miniseries was also nominated for categories “best director”, “best script”, “best casting”, “best mounting”, “best hairdressing”, “best makeup”, “best soundtrack” and “best sound mixing”.The script is produced by History Channel and it is fully filmed in Romania at Castel Film. The TV series was successful in USA where the first episode, broadcast by History Channel on May 28 (Memorial Day) had an audience of 13.9 million spectators. “Hatfields and McCoys” depicts the rivalry between families Hatfields and McCoys during the first years after the end of the Civil War in USA.The film shooting for this TV miniseries took place in 2011, mostly at Castel Film Romania but also in localities from Arges and Brasov counties and they took 13 weeks, during which Kevin Costner was in Romania.

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