Dutch children’s series Kabam! Wins an Emmy | Movies and TV shows

Dutch children's series Kabam!  Wins an Emmy |  Movies and TV shows

Dutch production Kabam! van IJswater’s films have won awards at the International Emmy Awards. These awards are given to the best television programs produced outside the United States.

The prestigious awards were presented for the fiftieth time on Monday evening (US time). This young children’s drama series is nominated in the Kids: Live-Action category.

Pediatric fear is central to the KRO-NCRV series. In ten short stories, each time a different student from Teacher Mo’s class (Idris Nabil) comes along with a fear of his own. The series wants to show that “everyone is afraid sometimes”, and that a solution can often be found.

Kabam! Directed by Elisabeth Heismans. The series had competition from productions from Singapore, Australia and Mexico. The ceremony was held at the Hilton Midtown Hotel in New York.

Holland has received a statuette several times in the past during the International Emmy Awards. Including the movie pocket knifeActors Pierre Boukma and Martin Hegemans, actresses Bianca Kriegsman and Maryam Hassouni, and a TV show. Great donor offer awarded. Peter R. de Vries received the award in 2008 for his reporting on the disappearance of Natalie Holloway.

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