Cannes – The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has announced the winners of the International Digital Emmy Awards at a ceremony attended by over 300 international executives from the television, broadband, and mobile industries, organised in partnership with Reed Midem and sponsored by the Bell Fund of Canada.

Australia’s dirtgirlworld… dig it all, a co-production in collaboration with mememe productions, dirtgirlworld productions and Screen Australia, a transmedia project featuring apps that kids can use in nature, won the Children & Young People category. In addition, Canada’s Guidestones has won the Fiction category while The Netherlands’ Entertainment Experience clinched the Non-Fiction category.

Guidestones’ Executive Producers Catherine Tait, Jonas Diamond and Jay Ferguson, said, “The creation of truly innovative storytelling is key to audiences embracing the Guidestones phenomenon and we are delighted with this extraordinary recognition from the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. We look forward to pushing the interactive envelope further in Season 2 of the show.”