The American St. Nick and Omaha Beach: Honor and Sacrifice took home 3 Emmy Awards at the 39th annual Boston/New England Emmy Awards Dinner held on June 4th at the Westin/Copley Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts.
Tim Gray took home an Emmy for Outstanding Writer for a documentary film for the American St. Nick, while Omaha Beach: Honor and Sacrifice also took home an Emmy in the Outstanding Documentary category.
In addition, The American St. Nick film and composer Roger Cichy, along with editor Jim Karpeichik, took home an Emmy Award for in the music composition category.
Director of Photography Jim Karpeichik was also nominated this year for Emmy Awards in the categories of Documentary Photography and Editing.
In all, WWII Foundation/TGM films received 8 nominations this year in the Boston/New England chapter and 1 nomination for “Doolittle’s Raiders: A Final Toast” (Outstanding Documentary) in the Washington,DC/Capital Region Emmy Awards competition (winner announced on June 23rd).
The World War II Foundation/Tim Gray Media has produced 17 documentary films to date on the subject of World War II. The films rank in the top 5 of most requested programs nationally by PBS affiliates.
Actor Tom Selleck is narrating WWII Foundation/TGM’s latest film: Remember Pearl Harbor