International Emmy® Kids Awards winners

22 February, 2015 by Press Release

The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has announced the winners of the 3rd International Emmy® Kids Awards.

Winning programs from Chile, France, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands and the United Kingdom are: Polseres Vermelles (The Red Band Society) (Kids: Series); Wild Kids (Kids: Non-Scripted Entertainment); Mike The Knight (Kids: Pre-School); Con Que Suenas? (What’s Your Dream? Season 2), (Kids: Factual); Jungle Bunch to the Rescue (Kids: Animation) and Alles Mag (Anything Goes), (Kids: TV-Movie/Mini-Series).


“There is great responsibility associated with creating content for children, and tonight’s winning programs demonstrate the high standard of quality the world has every right to expect,” said International Academy President, Bruce L. Paisner.

The Emmy® statues were presented on stage by a distinguished cast including: Emma Kenney (Shameless), Evan Roe (Madam Secretary), Brennan Clost (The Next Step). Ashley Aufderheide (The Slap) co-presenting with Hasbro’s Twilight Sparkle, Swedish kids programming host Doreen Mansson, German pre-school character Die Maus from WDR’s The Show with The Mouse and actress Marie Nasemann from WDR’s new kids series Armin’s Secret.

Over 250 international industry executives attended the event, held at Pier 60 at Chelsea Piers, in New York City.

The International Emmy® Kids Awards presenting partners are: Shaw Rocket Fund, Hasbro Studios, SVT/DRTV, TV Kids, WDR mediagroup, Junior@MipTV and Ernst & Young.


Kids: Series

Polseres Vermelles (The Red Band Society)
Televisió de Catalunya / Castelao Pictures
Executive Producers: Susanna Jiménez, Conxa Orea, Sandra Fernández, Julio Fernández, Carlos Fernández, Pau Freixas, Albert Espinosa
Director: Pau Freixas
Writers: Albert Espinosa, Ivan Mercade, Pau Freixas

The Red Band Society is a story of friendship, overcoming obstacles and the will to live.

Kids: Non-Scripted Entertainment

Wild Kids
Jarowskij Enterprises / SVT – Sveriges Television
Executive Producer: Lisa Andrae, Anna Hallberg
Producer: Magnus Larsson
Director: Magnus Larsson
Principal Cast: Rickard Olsson (Host)

Ten Swedish children travel to the deep forests of Dalecarlia to compete in ‘Wild Kids.' They are divided into two teams, The Bears and The Lions, and from now on, it’s a fierce battle to win the competition. At stake is a trip to Africa where a treasure awaits.

Kids: Preschool

Mike The Knight
HIT Entertainment / Nelvana Limited
United Kingdom
Executive Producers: Marion Edwards, Colin Bohm, Irene Weibel
Producers: Denise Green, Jane Sobol, Jamie Piekarz
Director: Charles E. Bastien
Writers: Marc Seal (Head Writer), Tom Stevenson, Laura Beaumont, Paul Larson
Principal Cast: Trek Buccino, Erin Pitt, Alyson Court, Martin Roach, Andrew Sabiston, Nissae Isen, Matteo Bragoli, Beth Chalmers, Teresa Gallagher, Bob Golding

For Mike and his sister Evie, growing up in the Kingdom of Glendragon is an exciting, magical experience. They encounter trolls and Vikings, use trebuchets and enchantments and discover new characters and fresh locations – creating even more challenges for them to overcome

Kids: Factual

Con Que Suenas? (What's Your Dream?) Season 2
Mi Chica Producciones / CNTV / TVN
Executive Producer: Paula Gomez Vera
Producer: Francisca Urrutia
Director: Paula Gomez Vera
Writers: Carla Higueras, Juan Andres Condon

What’s Your Dream? is a documentary series which shows the contrasts and diversity of Chile through the lives of 7 to 13 year-old children from diverse locations in the country.

Kids: Animation

The Jungle Bunch to the Rescue
TAT Productions / Master Films
Executive Producer: Jean-François Tosti
Producer: Jean-François Tosti
Director: David Alaux
Writers: Jean-François Tosti, Eric Tosti, David Alaux, Julien Fournet

If there’s a problem or an injustice in the jungle, no worry: pull the signal of the Jungle Bunch and they will rush to the rescue! It is impossible to get bored with these heroes, always ready for adventure. On top of that, their relationships are endless sources of comedy!

Kids: TV Movie/Mini-Series

Alles mag (Anything Goes)
Producers: Joram Willink, Piet-Harm Sterk
Director: Steven Wouterlood
Writers: Maarten van Voornveld, Chiel van der Wolf, Steven Wouterlood
Principal Cast: Lars Jennissen, Indy Aponno, Patrick Stoof, Ricky Koole, Rosa Reuten, Bert Hana

After moving to Amsterdam, Tygo gives a class talk about Carnival. What starts as a general explanation of the festival, turns into a personal poignant account. Although his father always says that anything goes with Carnival, his father also shows him that even with Carnival, one can go too far.