For all humanity, the series that is going through the fourth season and can have up to a total of 7. And the recently released Calls, they once again place Apple TV + at the top of the audiovisual scene, having each won two awards. Emmy. Both have won the award in the category with jury that focus on motion design, animation, costume design, and interactive programming.
For all humanity and Calls, the curious series whose first trailer we saw in March, have managed to take an Emmy award for each. The first one, won in the category of Outstanding Innovation in Interactive Programming for the augmented reality application that Apple launched together with the program.
For All Mankind: Time Capsule allows viewers to uncover memories of astronauts Gordo and Tracy Stevens to bridge the decade-long gap between season one and season two. The excellent work in the series shows the power of an interactive and immersive story. In order to provide a unique experience to the audience. This creative team adopted a new technology that will inspire better and even higher quality use of augmented reality storytelling in the future.
For his part, Calls, won the Outstanding Movement Design Award for its unique narrative. As you know, this series focuses on a series of phone calls without a standard visual component. Use motion graphics to accentuate the content of phone calls surrounding a supernatural event.
The work of this motion design team it was innovative and original and it really conveyed the narrative like nothing ever seen. This Emmy-winning work encourages others to continue to raise the bar for movement design and raise awareness of art.
The awards will be presented at the 2021 Creative Arts Emmy Awards gala, which will take place in Los Angeles. Virtual and that will take place on the weekend of September 11 and 12.