23rd Annual EMA Awards

Click here to see photos from the Green Carpet, Awards Show and Gala After Party!


 

Highlights from the 23rd Annual EMA Awards!

 


2013 EMA Award Winners

Feature Film: Promised Land
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Documentary Film: Gasland Part II 

 

Television Episodic Drama: “Chapter 9,” House of Cards

 

Television Episodic Comedy: “Mother Fracker,” Last Man Standing

Reality Television: “Gangs & Oil”, VICE

 

Children’s Television: “What’s the Deal With Fracking?” Nick News With Linda Ellerbee

 

Digital Content: Overview
(See video below)

 


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2013 EMA Award Honorees:

Matt Damon – EMA Board of Directors Ongoing Commitment Award

Bill McKibben – EMA Lifetime Achievement Award

Anna Getty – EMA Green Parent Award

Hayden Panettiere - EMA Futures Award

Screen Actors Guild Awards® – Green Production Award

 

2013 EMA Nominees

FEATURE FILM
The East
The Guilt Trip
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Promised Land
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DOCUMENTARY FILM
Gasland Part II
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Greedy Lying Bastards
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Harmony:
A New Way of Looking at Our World
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TELEVISION EPISODIC DRAMA
Castle
“Cloudy with a Chance of Murder”
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Dallas
“The Furious and the Fast”
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House of Cards,
Chapter 9
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TELEVISION EPISODIC COMEDY
Last Man Standing
“Mother Fracker”
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Modern Family
“When a Tree Falls”
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Portlandia
“Off the Grid”
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REALITY TELEVISION
Real Time With Bill Maher,
Episode 1110
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Shark Tank,
Episode 415
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VICE,
“Gangs & Oil”
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CHILDREN’S TELEVISION
Eco Company
“The Big Green Bus”
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Nick News With Linda Ellerbee
“What’s the Deal With Fracking?”
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Tree Fu Tom
“Tom’s Big Mess”
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In partnership with TakePart.com, the EMA Digital Content Nominees

 

 

 

 


2013 Sponsors


Thanks to Our Participating Restaurants and Chefs!


EMA Awards Gala Menu

 

AN CATERING / TIATO BY HOUSE OF AN
Helene An, Executive Chef

An’s Famous Garlic Noodles
Farmer’s Market Vegetable Rice Paper Rolls
Vegetable Tartar over Zucchini

 

BORDER GRILL RESTAURANTS, TRUCK & CATERING
Mary Sue Milliken & Susan Feniger, Co-Chef/Owners

Mushroom Empanadas, Chipotle Crema
Arroz con Leche, Dulce de Leche, Candied Almonds

 

CAULFIELD’S BAR AND DINING ROOM
Stephen Kalt, Executive Chef

Nantucket Bay Scallop Crudo, Grapefruit & Pickled Fennel

 

THE CHURCHILL
Michael Bryant, Executive Chef

 Spiced Diver Scallops, with Frisee, Bacon, Lima Beans, and Black Garlic Hollandaise
Roasted Cauliflower, with English Peas and Harissa

 

FLORES
Angela Hernandez & Rob Lawson, Executive Chefs

“Fish & Chips”
Homemade Malt Vinegar Chips with Bacalao Espuma

 

HUNGRY CAT
David Lentz, Executive Chef/Owner

Chicken Fried Quail, offered with Grits, Smoked Tomato, Garlic & Chili Butter

 

THE MUDDY LEEK
Whitney Flood, Chef & Owner

 Squid Ink Pasta Salad, featuring Monterey Squid with Kimchi and Fresh Ricotta
Braised Leeks and Carrots, with Cardamom Butter and Crispy Farro

 

PACE
Sandy Gendel, Head Chef/Owner

Grilled Pizza
House Smoked Local White Bass


REAL FOOD DAILY
Ann Gentry, Founder

 Kimchi Make Roll – Jade Pearl Rice, Miso Horseradish Kimchi, Avocado, Roasted Asparagus,Red Pepper, Scallions, Sesame Seeds topped with Sweet Miso Sauce and Macro Greens   gf • nf  • organic

Kung Pao Skewer – Marinated Tempeh, Broccoli, Red Pepper with Spicy Ginger Garlic Sauce, topped with Cilantro and Toasted Cashew Crumble   gf • organic

 Chia Chocolate Pudding – Chia Seeds soaked in Pomegranate Juice atop Chocolate Pudding nf • gf • organic

 Pumpkin Cupcake – Iced with a Spiced, Caramel, Maple Buttercream  nf • organic

 

SCHAFFER’S GENUINE FOODS
Kathleen & Charlie Schaffer, Owners

              Warm Beet Falafel, with Hempseed Tahini, Honey Harissa, and Apple Herb Salad

 

SCHULZIES BREAD PUDDING
Sarah Schulz, Owner/Executive Chef

Celestial Chocolate Chunk * Millie Vanillie Bean
Caramel Charisma * Essential Earl Grey * Blissed Out Blueberry
Sauces:  Caramel * Wild Whiskey * Radical Raspberry
Toppings:  Blueberries * Mini Chocolate Chips * Sea Salt * Heath Bar

 

SIDECAR DOUGHNUTS & COFFEE
Brooke Desprez, Chef

 Apple Pie with Tillamook Cheddar – Cake doughnut made with fresh Anna apples from the owner’s very own backyard garden; topped with crumbled, homemade piecrust and a wedge of Tillamook Cheddar cheese

 Cornbread with Sorghum Brown Butter Glaze – Cake doughnut made with Bob’s non-GMO Red Mill Corn Flour and local Sorgum

Huckleberry – Cake doughnut made with fresh, seasonally foraged Oregon huckleberries

 Valrhona Chocolate with Jacobsen Sea Salt – Raised doughnut with French Valrhona Chocolate glaze and sprinkled with Jacobsen Sea Salt

 

SUSAN FENIGER’S STREET
Susan Feniger, Chef/Owner
Kajsa Alger, Executive Chef/Partner

Baby Beet Poppers, filled with Goat Cheese, Basil, and Pickled Peppers served over a Corn Chowder

 

2009 Hess Collection Mount Veeder 19 Block Mountain Cuvée
2011 Hess Select Central Coast Pinot Noir
2010 Hess Collection Mount Veeder Cabernet Sauvignon
2012 Hess Select North Coast Sauvignon Blanc
2012 Hess Collection Napa Valley Chardonnay

 

 Clover
Eel River Brewing Company
Health-Ade Kombucha
Magnifico Giornata
Pasión de Mujer
Pasquini Espresso Company
VeeV Spirits

 


 
What’s Green About the 23rd Annual EMA Awards

We strive to make our annual Awards as environmentally friendly and low impact as possible. This year we are re-committing to our ZERO WASTE vision with a robust program that includes recycling, composting and food donation. Most importantly, there are no trashcans!

The 2013 EMA Awards gala will have a recycling system with color coded bins for paper, plastic, foil, glass, and cardboard. All food will be served on compostable bamboo plates using utensils made of cornstarch.

Likewise, the 23rd Annual EMA Awards will be a plastic-water-bottle-free event. This year’s décor will feature items that were both upcycled and recycled from previous events.

In order to minimize paper waste, all Awards show script edits were made digitally.

In an effort to minimize food waste, all leftover food will be donated to the Greater West Hollywood Food Coalition. Likewise, the chef stations will be serving food that when possible is local, sustainable and organic.

In addition to zero waste, many celebrities in attendance will be wearing eco-friendly designs.

The Awards are sponsored by Toyota and Lexus who will transport presenters to the event in alternative-fuel vehicles.


 

Click here to read more about the EMA Awards.