Hawaii Film Blog

Monday, September 12, 2005

Local SFX Expert Wins Emmy

One of the many stunning Emmy-award winning special effects in "Lost"'s pilot episode

In Sunday's
Creative Arts Emmys ceremony, Hawaii's own Archie Ahuna, special effects supervisor extraordinaire, along with 8 of his colleagues, won Emmys for their spectacular visual work on "Lost"'s pilot.

Other "Lost" wins include casting, single-camera picture editing, and music composition (dramatic underscore). In total, the hit ABC series garnered 4 awards, tying "Desperate Housewives" and beat only by HBO's "The Life & Death of Peter Sellers" (6 awards) and "Deadwood" (6 awards).

There will be a delayed broadcast of the Creative Arts Emmys ceremony on Sat, 9/7 at 7pm on E! Make sure to also watch the Primetime Emmys Telecast on Sunday, 9/18 on CBS at 8/7c to see how the rest of "Lost"'s nominees will fare.

>> "Lost" Gets 12 Emmy Noms
>> Hawaii Responds to "Lost" Noms
>> Archie Ahuna, SFX Emmy Nominee

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