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September 25, 2020
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Dragos Stanomir Emmy award winner

Romania’s Dragos Stanomir won a Creative Arts Emmy in the “outstanding sound mixing for a TV miniseries” category at the gala that took place on Saturday evening in Los Angeles, for the “Hatfields & McCoys” miniseries produced by History Channel in collaboration with Castel Film, a miniseries shot in Romania. Stanomir won the category alongside Christian Cooke and Brad Zoern, hotnews.ro informs, quoting the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, the association that offers the Emmy awards. “It’s a very big surprise and I didn’t expect to win considering I competed against Americans, some of which had won Oscars. I didn’t expect that, but I was very happy,” Dragos Stanomir stated. He pointed out that such an award represents a recommendation for him and is helping the Romanian film industry “because it’s recognition of the value of Romanian film directors.”

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