All My Children Wins Creative Arts Emmy!
2007 was a challenging year for the crew; there were several storylines which took place outside, making it tough because of weather conditions. The first mostly outdoor storyline was the culmination of the Satin Slayer storyline, followed by the search for Jenny. The directors and camera operators shot a lot of exterior scenes at the Chandler mansion and in fields as the search took place. Perhaps the most challenging, though, was the Bomb Shelter storyline with Zach and Greenlee.
For a month, there were outdoor shoots as the cast joined in the search for any sign that Zach and Greenlee were alive. Meanwhile, the crew had to create an underground room where Zach and Greenlee could potentially survive the cold weather. With no outside light allowed inside, the challenge was also how to light the room because it was not supposed to have any electricity.
Soaps.com congratulates the AMC crew for their hard work and dedication!
Fans, don't forget about the 35th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, broadcast on June 20th. During the show, I'll be blogging live about our favorite actors and actresses and Soaps.com will have a crew of reporters on the red carpet ready to bring you behind the scenes scoop on all the goings on in Los Angeles!
For a complete list of Creative Arts Award Winners, click here.
Soaps.com would like to congratulates the crew of All My Children for winning a Creative Arts Emmy at the 35th Annual Creative Arts & Entertainment Daytime Emmy Awards! The awards were presented in New York at Lincoln Center.
The AMC crew took home the awards for Outstanding Achievement in Technical Direction/Electronic Camera/Video Control for a Drama Series.