The Man in the High Castle has scored four nominations at the 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. Frank Spotnitz and the talented members of the creative team behind the show went on to create a vast world based on Philip K. Dick’s work. The ambitious scope of the series has been celebrated and recognized by critics and audiences, and was named the most streamed program ever at Amazon Prime.
Drew Boughton – Production Designer of the show – has been nominated for Outstanding Production Design For A Narrative Contemporary Or Fantasy Program for the episode The New World alongside Art Director Linda King, and Set Decorator, Brenda Meyers-Ballard.
Likewise, the show got a nomination for Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series, noting James Hawkinson’s work as the cinematographer for The New World. The Academy also recognized the talents of Patrick Clair, Paul Kim, Jose Limon, and Raoul Marks; the crew received a nomination for Outstanding Main Title Design.
Additionally, Curt Miller, Jeff Baksinski, Terry Hutcheson, Sean Tompkins, Dan Kruse, Christina Murguia, Nate Overstrom, and Jim Hawkins received a nomination for Outstanding Special Visual Effects also for the episode The New World.
Congratulations to all the members of our talented crew. The 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards will be broadcast on ABC on Sunday, September 18th at 7PM EST, and the Creative Arts Emmy Awards Show will be broadcast September 17, 2016 at 8:00PM ET / PT on FXX.