The 28th Annual EMA Awards ceremony sponsored by Adobe Road Winery, took place on Tuesday, May 22, 2018, immediately following the conclusion of the EMA IMPACT Summit. Hosted by model and activist Amber Valletta, the event went to highlight environmental innovations. Through activism and conventions, the EMA encourages innovators and influencers to come together to educate, inspire, and create a plan to save our planet while improving the economy.
The world-renowned awards event recognized films, TV shows, documentaries, and new media that use creativity and storytelling to educate the public on our planet’s most critical issues and the solutions to them. This year’s EMA Award nominees included 20th Century Fox’s “Ferdinand”, Paramount Pictures’ “Downsizing,” and “Geostorm” from Warner Bros. Pictures, Skydance, and Electric Entertainment, as well as “The Good Place” and “The Blacklist” for NBCUniversal in the categories of television episodic comedy and television episodic drama, respectively. Furthermore, the EMA Awards showcased projects that have received an EMA Green Seal for sustainable production, a program that sets the standard for sustainability across the entertainment industry.
Jenna Dewan attended the event and looked flawless as always! Donning her signature bob hairstyle with a red hot lip, the starlet mentioned to People Magazine that she has started instilling ‘green habits’ in the household with her little one, Everly.
“She goes to a ‘fairy’ camp,” Dewan says with a laugh, “which sounds really ‘girly’ but it is actually very ‘Girl Scout-y.’ They go into the parks, and they learn all about how to be respectful to nature,” she told People. “She’ll tell me, ‘Mommy, you need to recycle that,’ or, ‘Be careful, don’t disrespect nature!’ ” adds the actress and dancer. “It starts young. She’s only 4 and she already has that instilled in her, so I think I’m doing something right.”
Amber Valletta (with special guest Pamela Adlon) and presenters including Lance Bass, Jenna Dewan, Ed Begley Jr., Jordana Brewster, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Francesca Eastwood, Frances Fisher, Leona Lewis, Wendie Malick, Sarah Olsen, Carter Jenkins, Madelaine Petsch, Perrey Reeves, Amy Smart, Constance Zimmer, and more were in attendance to celebrate commemorative efforts.