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International Emmy Awards 2023: A Complete Look At The Winners

The 2023 International Emmy Awards unveiled its winners during a glamorous ceremony held in New York on Monday (local time). This year, the nominations showcased a diverse array of 56 contenders from 20 countries competing across 14 categories. Renowned figures like comedian Vir Das and actors such as Martin Freeman and Karla Souza claimed esteemed accolades for their exceptional contributions.

Here's a breakdown of the winners across various categories:

Best Performance by an Actor:

Gustavo Bassani in "Iosi, El Espia Arrepentido" (Argentina)
Martin Freeman in "The Responder" (United Kingdom) - WINNER
Jonas Karlsson in "Nattryttarna [Riding in Darkness]" (Sweden)
Jim Sarbh in "Rocket Boys" (India)

Best Performance by an Actress:

Connie Nielsen in "Drommeren - Karen Blixen Bliver Til" (Denmark)
Billie Piper in "I Hate Suzie Too" (United Kingdom)
Shefali Shah in "Delhi Crime - Season 2" (India)
Karla Souza in "La Caida [Dive]" (Mexico) - WINNER


"Derry Girls - Season 3" (United Kingdom) - WINNER (TIE)
"El Encargado [The Boss]" (Argentina)
"Le Flambeau - Season 2 [La Flamme]" (France)
"Vir Das: Landing" (India) - WINNER (TIE)


"Dossie Chapeco - O Jogo Por Tras Da Tragedia" (Brazil)
"Mariupol: The People's Story" (United Kingdom) - WINNER
"Nazijager - Reise In Die Finsternis [Nazi Hunter - Journey Into Darkness]" (Germany)
"Witness - Serigne vs. The EU" (Qatar)

Drama Series:

"Extraordinary Attorney Woo" (South Korea)
"Iosi, El Espia Arrepentido" (Argentina)
"The Devil's Hour" (United Kingdom)
"The Empress" (Germany) - WINNER

Non-Scripted Entertainment:

"A Ponte - The Bridge Brasil" (Brazil) - WINNER
"Hotel du Temps: Dalida [The Time Hotel: Dalida]" (France)
"Love by A.I." (Japan)
"The Great British Bake Off - Season 13" (United Kingdom)

Short-Form Series

A Very Ordinary World from France emerged as the winner.
Other nominees included Lynchings from Brazil, Man vs. Bee from the United Kingdom, and The Mandela Project from South Africa.

Sports Documentary

Harley & Katya from Australia secured the victory.
Nominees also included 30 Dias Para Ganar from Mexico, Alexia. Labor Omnia Vincit from Spain, and Two Sides from South Africa.


The award went to Yargi [Family Secrets] from Turkey.
Other contenders included Cara e Coragem and Pantanal from Brazil, and Para Sempre [Forever] from Portugal.

TV Movie/Mini-Series

La Caida [Dive] from Mexico emerged as the winner.
Other nominees were Chaeboljib Maknaeadeul [Reborn Rich] from South Korea, Infiniti from France, and Life and Death in the Warehouse from the United Kingdom.

Kids: Animation

The Smeds and The Smoos from the United Kingdom won in this category.
Other contenders included Menino Maluquinho [The Nutty Boy] from Brazil, Moominvalley - Season 3 from Finland, and Rilakkuma's Theme Park Adventure from Japan.

Kids: Factual

Built To Survive from Australia claimed the victory.
Nominees also included Quintal TV - Season 2 [Yard TV] from Brazil, Takalani Sesame - Season 13 from South Africa, and Triff... Anne Frank [Meet... Anne Frank] from Germany.

Kids: Live-Action

Heartbreak High from Australia grabbed the award.
Other nominees were Gudetama: An Eggcellent Adventure from Japan, Kol Od Balevav [Memory Forest] from Israel, and Tierra Incognita from Argentina.

Arts Programming

The award went to Buffy Sainte-Marie, Eagle Vision / White Pine Pictures from Canada.
Other contenders included Art Is Our Voice, NHK from Japan, Los Tigres Del Norte: Historias Que Contar, Prime Video / Filmadora from Mexico, and Music Under the Swastika, The Maestro and the Cellist of Auschwitz, 3B-Produktion GmbH / Deutsche Welle from Germany.

The awards ceremony recognized remarkable productions across various genres, celebrating exceptional talent and diverse storytelling from around the globe.

(With AI Inputs)

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