23rd International Emmy Awards
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Date20 November 1995
LocationHilton Hotel
New York City, New York, U.S.
Hosted byPeter Ustinov
Television/radio coverage
NetworkNBC Super Channel
NBC Asia[1]
Produced byJonathan Hagey

The 23rd International Emmy Awards took place in 20 November 1995 at the Hilton Hotel in New York City, United States, and hosted by English actor Peter Ustinov.[2]


Nominations for the 1995 International Emmy Awards were announced in 1 November 1995, by International Council of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. The awards, which honor programs from broadcasters and independent producers around the world, was bestowed 20 November in New York.[3]


Arts documentary

Winner Country Network Result
Kenzaburo Oe’s Long Road to Fatherhood  Japan NHK Won
Bookmark  United Kingdom BBC Nominated
A Short Film About Loving  United Kingdom Channel 4 / WDR Nominated

Children & Young People

Winner Country Network Result
Wise Up  United Kingdom Channel 4 Won
Confissões de Adolescente  Brazil TV Cultura Nominated
Little Lord Fauntleroy  United Kingdom BBC Nominated


Winner Country Network Result
Contre l'oubli (tie)
Anne Frank Remembered
 United Kingdom
France 2
25 Bloody Years  United Kingdom BBC Two Nominated
Igor: Child of Chernobyl  United Kingdom Carlton Television Nominated

Drama Series

Winner Country Network Result
The Politician's Wife  United Kingdom Channel 4 Won
Cold Comfort Farm  United Kingdom BBC Nominated
Smile Through Your Tears: The Tale of Seijiro Shimada  Japan NHK Nominated

Performing Arts

Winner Country Network Result
The Planets  Canada Rhombus Media Won
Carmen  Sweden Sveriges Television Nominated
Toreador Ohe Bullfighter  Spain TVE Nominated

Popular Arts

Winner Country Network Result
Don't Forget Your Toothbrush  United Kingdom Channel 4 Won
Frontline  Australia Australian Broadcasting Corporation Nominated
This Hour Has 22 Minutes  Canada CBC Television Nominated


  1. ^ "International Emmy nominations unveiled". Variety. October 19, 1995.
  2. ^ "Britain to the fore in race for Emmys". heraldscotland.com/.
  3. ^ "International Emmy nominations unveiled". Variety.