June 22nd, and it’s another milestone for the Montecarlo Television Festival. After the shift of the 60th birthday due to the health emergency linked to the Covid-19 infection, in a still troubled and difficult situation, the team gave to all the people in attendance (as of press or as a guest) a week of carefree in the world of the best tv series, without ever forgetting the period we were living in and the security measures required.
International guests attended the five-day festival from the Opening Ceremony to the Awards Ceremony; from Emily in Paris stars Lucas Bravo and Ashley Park to the Monegasque Ferrari drive Charles Leclerc (with girlfriend Charlotte Sine, daughter of the GM of the Société des Bains de Mer); from Money Heist stars Jaime Lorente and Darko Peric to a now so familiar Zoom press conference with The Good Doctor Dr. Morgan Reznick aka Fiona Gubelmann.
Looking forward to publishing our interviews in the coming months (based on the broadcast of the television series) here is the list of winners and, once again, HAPPY 60TH BIRTHDAY MONTECARLO TELEVISION FESTIVAL!!!!! Till the next year, and the year after that, and the year after…
Best Movie and Best Creation: Uncle Frank (USA)
Best Series: It’s a Sin (UK)
Best Actress: Lydia West (It’s a Sin, UK)
Best Actor: Paul Bettany (Uncle Frank, USA)
Jury Special Prize: Piece of My Heart (Finland)
Prince Rainier III Special Prize: Now (Germany)
PeaceJam Prize: Bella da Morire (Italy)
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