2011 Emmy Nominations for Outstanding Main Title Design on ArtOfTheTitle.com


2011 Emmy Nominations for Outstanding Main Title Design on ArtOfTheTitle.com. Full credits page here (work in progress).

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17 Comments

Kosby Fu

Which one do you like? 

Ryan

Ya! tough call. I love Boardwalk Empire, Game of Thrones & Rubicon. If I had to decide, I’d say Game of Thrones with Boardwalk a close second.

Renato Marques

Rubicon is my favorite.

Kevin

Rubicon for the win.

Anonymous

Seriously, how does the crediting for these things work?Plenty of names missing in the credits for some of those pieces.

I’m for Game of Thrones.

Crenick

Boardwalk Empire!

Guest

I believe they are only allowed to list up to four people per nomination. Unfortunate since we know it is a team that makes the work we do come alive but something to do with nomination system.

Justin Cone

That’s right: The Emmy’s only allow 4 credits per entry. 

We’re working on a full credits page, but right now it only includes IF’s entries:

http://motionographer.com/2011-emmy-nominations-credits-page/

Art of the Title

This is what we have for Any Human Heart.

Art Director: Hugo Moss
Design and Animation: Paul McDonnell
Animation: J.G. Wilson
Music: Dan Jones
Commissioned by: Carnival Films for Channel 4 (UK)

Eng_99

That’s a pretty small list!

Art of the Title

It’s a small company.

Thepandarabbit

game of thrones!

Ruoyu

theo buy me dinner.. 

Ruoyu

theo buy me dinner.. 

Sean Wehrli

Kind of disheartening, the official credit slots for these emmy nominations don’t allow for a producer credit, so companies gave producers the design credit that should have gone to the designer.  If you compare the credits on Art of the Title to the official Emmy credits, they don’t match.  A producer literally took the title credit of designer.  Not surprising though, I often witness artist on the bottom doing majority of the work, only to have their credit taken by the people with the money and power.

Sean Wehrli

Kind of disheartening, the official credit slots for these emmy nominations don’t allow for a producer credit, so companies gave producers the design credit that should have gone to the designer.  If you compare the credits on Art of the Title to the official Emmy credits, they don’t match.  A producer literally took the title credit of designer.  Not surprising though, I often witness artist on the bottom doing majority of the work, only to have their credit taken by the people with the money and power.

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