'Game Of Thrones' wins 10 Creative Arts Emmys

Screen | 9/15/2019 | Staff
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HBO came away with 25 awards – just ahead of Netflix’s 23 – from the weekend’s two ceremonies for the Creative Arts Emmy Awards, precursors to next weekend’s main Emmys awards night.

HBO’s Game Of Thrones was the big winner among individual series, taking a total of 10 awards over the two ceremonies, held on Saturday (September 14) and Sunday (15) at the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles. The series’ haul included awards for stunt coordination, fantasy/sci-fi costumes, special visual effects, and sound editing.

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