Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown Is Nominated for 7 Emmy Awards

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Parts Unknown does more than raise the standard for travel programming, it gives viewers a taste of the cinematic and content quality that they are missing on most programs across all categories today.

— Samantha Shankman

After winning its first two Emmy Awards last year, Anthony Bourdain’s CNN series Parts Unknown is up for another seven Emmys in 2014.

Last year the program won two Emmys for best information series and outstanding cinematography for nonfiction programming for season one’s  trip to Myanmar. This year the program made it into two more nomination categories: sound editing and picture editing.

Parts Unknown is the only travel programming amongst its competitors in each category, which include Vice on HBO, PBS documentaries and History Channel specials.

The program just wrapped up season three in which Bourdain and the ZPZ Productions crew traveled to Las Vegas, Brazil, northern Thailand, Mexico, and Russia.

Below are the categories for which Parts Unknown is nominated:

>> Outstanding Writing for Nonfiction Programming
Anthony Bourdain, as Writer

>> Outstanding Cinematography For Nonfiction Programming

Morgan Fallon, as Director of Photography

>> Outstanding Cinematography For Nonfiction Programming
Todd Liebler, as Director of Photography
Zach Zamboni, as Director of Photography

>> Outstanding Informational Series Or Special
Anthony Bourdain, as Executive Producer
Chris Collins, as Executive Producer
Lydia Tenaglia, as Executive Producer
Sandra Zweig, as Executive Producer
Nick Brigden, as Producer
Michael Steed, as Producer
Tom Vitale, as Producer

>> Outstanding Picture Editing For Nonfiction Programming
Nick Brigden, as Editor

>> Outstanding Sound Editing For Nonfiction Programming (Single Or Multi-Camera)
Benny Mouthon, as Sound Editor
Hunter Gross, as Sound Editor

>> Outstanding Sound Mixing For Nonfiction Programming
Brian Bracken, as Re-Recording Mixer

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