new york - The Belgian television program Sorry voor alles received an Emmy on Monday in New York during the 45th International Emmy Awards Gala. The two Dutch contenders fell outside the prizes.
Sorry for everything won in the Non-Scripted Entertainment category. Designer Kamiel De Bruyne and presenter Adriaan Van den Hoof received the Emmy Award. The program is also a Dutch version that is presented by Jan Smit.
The Dutch photographer Robin de Puy was nominated in the Arts category for her Close Up documentary 'Robin de Puy- I owe it all myself'. In addition, the English mini-series Tokyo Trial by director Pieter Verhoeff also had the chance to win an Emmy. Both, however, could not redeem the nomination.
The International Emmy Award annually honors television productions in eleven categories made outside the United States.