Guidestones, dirtgirlworld earn International Emmys


The Canadian web series Guidestones has followed up its Canadian winning ways by picking up the international Emmy for best fiction digital program.

The Canadian-Australian dirtgirlworld also won the international Emmy for best kids and young people digital program.

Guidestones, from 3 o’clock TV and iThentic, earlier won for best web series at the Canadian Screen Awards, the Banff Rockie Awards and the Digi Awards.

“The creation of truly innovative storytelling is key to audiences embracing the Guidestones phenomenon and we are delighted with this extraordinary recognition from the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences,” said the web series executive producers Catherine Tait, Jonas Diamond and Jay Ferguson in a joint statement.

The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, which handed out the international Emmys for digital programs at MIPTV in Cannes, also honuored dirtgirlworlddig it all, a transmedia project from mememe productions, dirtgirlworld productions and Screen Australia.

The dirtgirlworld TV series is co-produced by mememe productions and Decode Enterprises.