An Israeli television mini-series Memory Forest, produced by the Kan Public Broadcast channel, is nominated for the Emmy Awards in the Kids Live Action category, to be announced in a New York ceremony in November.
Memory Forest, created by Chen Kleiman and directed by Roman Shumunov, is a drama series about Israeli teens during their school trip to Nazi death camps in Poland, which places an emphasis on how Israelis continue to keep the memory of the Holocaust alive.
The series is competing against productions from Japan, Guatemala and Australia.
Another Israeli production is also up for the prestigious television award. Documentarian and journalist Itai Anghel's film about the Russian invasion of Ukraine titled Last Stop before Kyiv is competing in the News and Documentary category, whose winners will be announced on Thursday during an awards ceremony in New York.