Jean-Marc Vallée nominated for an Emmy

Art 13 July, 2017
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    “Big Little Lies”

    Marc-André Lemieux

    Thursday, 13 July, 2017 12:23

    Thursday, 13 July, 2017 12:23

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    Jean-Marc Vallée has scored his first nomination at the Primetime Emmy Awards. The quebec filmmaker is one of the finalists in the prize for Best director of a miniseries or a tv movie to Big Little Lies.

    Featuring Reese Witherspoon, and Nicole Kidman, the event series HBO has picked up a total of 16 nominations at the prestigious gala, which rewards each year the best of the small screen in the United States. Saturday Night Live and Westworld open the way with 22 mentions each.

    The province of Quebec in force

    A finalist for the award of Best mini-series, Big Little Lies has also enabled other Quebecers illustrate during the unveiling of the finalists, starting with Yves Bélanger (cinematography), Maxime Lahaie (editing image), Sylvain Lebel (picture editing), Véronique Barbe (editing image) and Louis Gignac (sound mixing).

    Interestingly, the principal stars of Big Little Lies to monopolize the categories of interpretation. Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Shailene Woodley, Laura Dern, and Alexander Skarsgard all have a reason to smile today.

    The winners will be announced on 17 September during a ceremony on television will be hosted by Stephen Colbert, which will be presented live on CBS.