San Francisco —Dolby Laboratories, Inc. announced that its short animated film Silent won two Daytime Emmy Awards at the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences’ Daytime Creative Arts Emmys ceremony, held on 24  April, in Los Angeles, California. Created in conjunction with Moonbot Studios and CAA Marketing, a division of leading entertainment and sports agency Creative Artists Agency (CAA), Silent represents the evolution of film technology from the silent-film era to the present day. The three-minute film celebrates how storytellers, inventors, and technology work together to create magic in the cinema.

Silent won a Daytime Creative Arts Emmy in the following two categories − Outstanding Special Class Animated Program (Executive Producers: William Joyce and Vince Voron; Producers: Lampton Enochs, Trish Farnsworth-Smith, and Angus McGilpin) and Outstanding Directing in an Animated Program (Directors: Limbert Fabian and Brandon Oldenburg).

The Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards recognise outstanding achievement in all fields of daytime television production and are presented to individuals and programmes in recognition of technical achievements, outstanding animated programs, online content, and guest acting.

“We’re elated that Silent was recognised so richly by the Academy, and we celebrate this achievement with our partners at Moonbot Studios and CAA Marketing,” said Vince Voron, Vice President and Executive Creative Director, Dolby Laboratories.