Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards: Complete Winners List

The Television Academy has announced the winners for the 69th Los Angeles area Emmy Awards.

Kcet crushed the competition with ten wins, placing just above other multiple winners Kvea (eight wins), Kmex (seven wins), NBC4 (five wins), Spectrum SportsNet (five wins), KTLA5 (three wins), and PBS SoCal (two wins).

Bob Miller, the recently retired “Voice of the Kings”, was the recipient of the Governors Award.

Variety’s “Actors on Actors” on PBS was nominated for best entertainment programming at the Television Academy’s 69th Los Angeles area Emmy Awards, but did not win. The series previously won the category in 2015 and 2016.

The winners of this year’s L.A. Area Emmy Awards were announced Saturday night at the TV Academy’s newly renovated Wolf Theatre at the Saban Media Center in North Hollywood.

The complete winners list can be viewed below.

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.Bill W.. Interview with Co-Director Dan Carracino

.Bill W.. is a powerful documentary about the iconic founding father of Alcoholics Anonymous, William Wilson. Dan Carracino and Kevin Hanlon direct this eye-opening piece on fighting alcoholism.

I sat down with Carracino to get details on how he and Hanlon created the documentary, the obstacles they faced, and the decisions they made. Take a look at my interview, and then watch .Bill W.. It.s in limited release right now so check your local theaters.

Here.s more info on .Bill W.. (To read my review of "Bill W.," click here):

A feature length documentary about Bill Wilson, the co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous.

Bill W. tells the story of William G. Wilson, co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous, a man included in Time Magazine's "100 Persons of the 20th Century." Interviews, recreations, and rare archival material reveal how Bill Wilson, a hopeless drunk near death from his alcoholism, found a way
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Why You Have to See "Bill W." -- New Documentary About Alcoholics Anonymous Founder. Read My Review!

William G. Wilson, the iconic driving force behind Alcoholics Anonymous, is the subject of the new documentary .Bill W.. from directors Kevin Hanlon and Dan Carracino. It.s a fitting homage to a man who went to great lengths to help fellow alcoholics.

.Bill W.. would have been a tawdry and salacious look at Wilson.s life if not for the caring, well-researched work by the filmmakers. Talks of his infidelity, experimentation with LSD, and depression helped shape Wilson as a respectable albeit flawed hero.

Told in a chronological fashion, .Bill W.. covers the life and times of Wilson. In 1999, he was named one of Time Magazine.s Top 20 Heroes and Icons of the 20th Century for his work as A.A..s co-founder. What made him start the 12 Step recovery of the program?

Born William Griffith Wilson in 1895 in East Dorset, Vermont, Wilson grew up to be a determined young man,
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Review: 'Bill W.' Draws You Into The Trials And The Triumphs Of Alcoholics Anonymous

Bill W.” tells the story of the largely unsung hero William G. Wilson, the co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous, an organization that has saved the lives of thousands and thousands of people. The documentary, by directing and producing team Kevin Hanlon and Dan Carracino, is an effort to tell a relatively unknown story about a man who has been a guiding light for many other relative unknowns. The title stands in the tradition of A.A., where members are granted absolute anonymity, both to protect them from the stigma of alcoholism and to shelter the organization from potential media hounds. Even as his organization grew to include tens of thousands of members, Wilson’s identity was not revealed to the public until his death in 1971: many recovering alcoholics knew their savior only as “Bill.”

Wilson was an alcoholic himself, a Wall Street employee and self-proclaimed lush who switched from using
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Bill W. Movie Review

Bill W. Movie Review
Title: Bill W. Directors: Kevin Hanlon and Dan Carracino Starring: Blake J. Evans, Chris Gates, Dennis Lowell, Julia Schell, Tim Intravia A documentary about the man who clawed his own way out of drunkenness and then forged a path for countless others to follow by co-founding Alcoholics Anonymous, “Bill W.” benefits from the plainly fascinating nature of its subject — a man of contradictions and consistent struggles, who lived a life of sacrifice and service and yet always seemed racked with doubt over whether it was quite enough. Borrowing liberally from moving and articulate personal correspondence as well as audio recordings of insightful speeches, the movie overcomes a bit of [ Read More ]
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