Spotlighting the creative filmmakers behind this year’s standout Emmy nominees
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Television and film continue to play a large role in keeping us connected, as well as providing an avenue for more creative and innovative storytelling than ever before. We are inspired by the dedication of those crafting the stories, including editors, visual effects artists, directors, animators, and many more. From notable comedy and late-night shows such as Saturday Night Live, Conan, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and Late Night With Seth Meyers to projects like Foundation, Love, Death + Robots, Cheer, and I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson, we are delighted that our Creative Cloud tools are able to help filmmakers bring their stories to the small screen.
As we continue to see more remote collaboration, we’re excited to see what the future holds for post-production professionals who have more freedom and flexibility to work, using collaborative workflows such as Frame.io.
Amazon Prime’s Lucy and Desi, nominated for a staggering 6 awards including “Outstanding Directing for a Documentary/Nonfiction Program” and “Outstanding Picture Editing for a Nonfiction Program,” was created during the height of the pandemic. Editor Robert Martinez noted that during that time, “Frame.io quickly became an essential element for collaboration since we couldn't always meet in person.” We’re thrilled that Frame.io and other Creative Cloud tools remain a valuable resource for remote post-production teams who can now stay connected across the globe.
Today, we celebrate the hard work and commitment that went into the nominated projects this year. Congrats to all the filmmakers!