PRESUMED GUILTY Receives Three Emmy Nominations

The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) announced the nominations for the 32nd Annual News and Documentary Emmys this morning which included three nomination for the Mexican film Presunto culpable / Presumed Guilty (pictured) that was broadcasted in the US as part of the PBS' POV series.  The film directed by Roberto Hernández and Geoffrey Smith was nominated in the following categories: Best Documentary, Outstanding Investigative Journalism (Long Form), and Outstanding Research. Additionally, the documentary feature Mónica &; David by Cuban-American filmmaker Ali Codina was also nominated in the Outstanding Informational Programming (Long Form) category; War Don Don, produced and edited by Cuban-American filmmaker Francisco Bello was nominated for Best Editing and Outstanding Continuing Coverage of a News Story (Long Form); and Nicolás Entel's Pecados de mi padre / Sins of My Father snatched a nomination as Outstanding Music & Sound. The winners will be announced at a ceremony on September 26th in New York City.