Hungarian cinematographer Marcell Rév has been nominated for an Emmy Award thanks to his work in the HBO TV Series Euphoria. Rév appeared on the list of potential recipients of the 73rd Emmy Award, which was shared by the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (IATAS), magyar.film.hu reports.
It is for the Euphoria episode titled “Trouble Don’t Last Always” which Rév, Director of Photography, is on the line to be awarded for “Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (One Hour).” The last time a Hungarian was nominated was in 2019, when Gera Marina ended up winning the International Emmy Award of best female lead actress thanks to her work in Eternal Winter.
Other nominations come from various episodes of Bridgerton, Lovecraft Country, Perry Mason, The Crown, The Mandalorian, and The Umbrella Academy.
Marcell Rév is known internationally for his work in Jupiter’s Moon, Assassination Nation, and Malcolm & Marie, and he was most recently invited by the American Film Institute to vote on Academy Awards. He has also worked on many Hungarian-produced films like Balaton Method, Kodály Method, and The Story of My Wife.
The Emmy is the most prestigious television award, provided by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. The ceremony is being planned for September 19.
Featured photo illustration via euphoria’s Youtube channel