AFI Alumni Win Big at the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards

Congratulations to all the AFI Conservatory alumni winners and nominees of the 2012 Primetime Emmy Awards!
 
AMERICAN HORROR STORY
Bradley Buecker (AFI Class of 2003), Co-Executive Producer
Dante Di Loreto (AFI Class of 1991), Executive Producer
Brad Falchuk (AFI Class of 1996), Executive Producer
Outstanding Miniseries or Movie (Nominee)
 
Juan Ruiz Anchia (AFI Class of 1979), Cinematographer
Outstanding Main Title Design (Nominee)
 
AMERICAN MASTERS
“Johnny Carson: King Of Late Night”
Mark Catalena (AFI Class of 1994), Editor
Outstanding Picture Editing For Nonfiction Programming (Nominee)
 
CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM
“Palestinian Chicken”
Steven A. Rasch (AFI Class of 1988), Editor
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing For A Comedy Series (Winner)
 
HAVE YOU HEARD FROM JOHANNESBURG
Connie Field (AFI Class of 1997), Producer
Exceptional Merit In Documentary Filmmaking (Winner)
 
HOMELAND
Gideon Raff (AFI Class of 2003), Executive Producer
Outstanding Drama Series (Winner)

“Pilot”
Gideon Raff (AFI Class of 2003), Screenwriter
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series (Winner)
 
HOT IN CLEVELAND
“God And Football”
Mark Dashnaw (AFI Class of 1999), Editor
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing For A Comedy Series (Nominee)
 
MAD MEN
“The Phantom”
Christopher Manley (AFI Class of 1994), Cinematographer
Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series (Nominee)
 
“Far Away Places”
Chris Gay (AFI Class of 2006), Editor
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing For A Drama Series (Nominee)
 
MODERN FAMILY
“Election Day”
Steven A. Rasch (AFI Class of 1988), Editor
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing For A Comedy Series (Nominee)
 
VEEP
Allison Jones (AFI Class of 1981), Casting Director
Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series (Nominee)
 
THE VOICE
Lee Metzger (AFI Class of 2000), Executive Producer
Outstanding Reality Program (Nominee)

http://www.emmys.com/nominations

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