Lost In Oz: Extended Adventure wins three Emmy awards


Lost In Oz: Extended Adventure has won three awards at the 44th Annual Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards held on 30 April.

They are: outstanding children’s animated programme, outstanding sound-mixing – animation and outstanding sound editing and animation.

It was also nominated for Outstanding Writing in an Animated Program and Outstanding Casting for an Animated Series/Special.

Renowned character development and animation studio Flaunt Productions has contributed to the three-time Daytime Emmy Award-winning Lost In Oz: Extended Adventure. It has been produced by Amazon Studios and The Bureau of Magic.

The series is an animated reimagining of L. Frank Baum’s extraordinary universe of Oz. Flaunt Productions, art director Stephen Donnelly led an international team in designing the universe, creating hundreds of pre-production conceptual sketches that fleshed out the show’s many environments and characters.

Donnelly said, “I’m exceptionally proud of the part I played in bringing this new Oz to life. I hand-picked an amazing team who could realise the vision I developed with The Bureau of Magic. It was a symbiotic relationship where writing and design influenced each other, resulting in a show bursting with invention.”

Lost In Oz: Extended Adventure was developed and produced by Bureau of Magic’s Mark Warshaw, Darin Mark, Jared Mark and Abram Makowka, and Amazon Studios’ Monica Dennis.