Monday, September 21, 2009

Emmy Award for Andrew Davies

Andrew Davies's adaptation of the Charles Dickens novel Little Dorrit won seven awards at the American Emmy awards last night, including the prize for Outstanding Miniseries and Outstanding Writing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Dramatic Special.

The winners of the Outstanding Drama Series and Outstanding Comedy Series awards were the same as last year - Mad Men and 30 Rock, respectively.

Update: From Wales Online, Guild member Andrew Davies on winning the award:
“Winning an Emmy is very important as it means people really take notice,” said Davies, whose previous credits include Pride And Prejudice, Tipping The Velvet and Bleak House.

“It’s good for the reputation of British drama and all the people who work in the industry.”

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