Two Emmy nominations for Dutch films

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9 October 2007, AMSTERDAM - Two Dutch TV films have been nominated this year for the International Emmy Awards, the most important American award for foreign TV programmes. The film Valse Wals (False Waltz) from director Mark de Cloe is nominated in the category for art programmes and Actor Pierre Bokma is nominated for his role in the TV film De Uitverkorene (the Chosen) directed by Theu Boermans.

9 October 2007

AMSTERDAM  - Two Dutch TV films have been nominated this year for the International Emmy Awards, the most important American award for foreign TV programmes. The film Valse Wals (False Waltz) from director Mark de Cloe is  nominated in the category for art programmes and Actor Pierre Bokma is nominated for his role in the TV film  De Uitverkorene (the Chosen) directed by Theu Boermans.

The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, the organisation that presents the annual Emmy Awards, announced this on its website on Monday.

The Netherlands has been doing well with the Emmy Awards these past few years. In 2006 the actress Maryam Hassouni was awarded best actress for her role in Offers (Sacrifices). Hans Liberg and Jean van de Velde were also awarded Emmies for their performances in "Liberg zaps himself" and an episode of All Stars, respectively.

The presentation of the Emmy Awards is to take place on 19 November in New York.

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