Hungarian cinematographer Marcell Rév has won an Emmy award for his work on HBO’s hit series Euphoria.
While the Primetime Emmys are still a week ahead, the Creative Arts Emmys were handed out last weekend for the 74th time in Los Angeles, California.
Rév triumphed in the “Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (One Hour) category” for the Euphoria episode “The Theater And Its Double”. The cinematographer was also nominated last year for his work on the series’ episode entitled “Trouble Don’t Last Always”. This year, he managed to come out on top against cinematographers working on series like Squid Game and Loki.
The so-called “creative Emmys” are presented for outstanding artistic and technical achievement in various television genres, guest appearances in weekly series, and outstanding work in the animated, reality, and documentary categories.
This year’s winners included Peter Jackson’s The Beatles: Get Back docuseries, the Pepsi Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show, and Barack Obama, who became the first-ever U.S. president to win a competitive Emmy, thanks to his work narrating Netflix’s Our Great National Parks.
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