|14th International Emmy Awards|
The 14th International Emmy Awards took place on November 25, 1986, in New York City, United States. The awards were presented in ceremony by the International Council of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
The winners of the 14th International Emmy Awards were announced on November 25, 1986, in New York City.
Shadowlands, a television film, written by William Nicholson, directed by Norman Stone and produced by David M. Thompson for BBC Wales, won the International Emmy for drama.
Chasing a Rainbow: The Life of Josephine Baker, documentary produced by Britain's Channel Four about black American singer/dancer Josephine Baker (1906-1974), who emigrated to France where she was a major artist from 1927 until her death, won in the documentary category. The International Emmy for performing arts went to Bejart's Kabuki Ballet produced by NHK.
The Kids of Debrassi Street: Griff Gets a Hand, produced by CBC, won in the children's category.
Herbert Schmertz, vice president of Mobil Oil Corp., received the Directorate Award, and Donald L. Taffner, president of D. L. Taffner Ltd. of New York, received the Founders Award.