“Uncle Frank” and “It’s a Sin” Dominate the Realm of Fiction – Deadline


Uncle Franck and It’s a sin were the big winners tonight as the Monte-Carlo Television Festival unveiled the Golden Nymphs for its 60th annual event during a ceremony at the Grimaldi Forum Monaco.

Paul Bettany won Best Actor for Miramax and Amazon Uncle Franck, which also won the trophies for Best Picture and Best Creation, and Lydia West won Best Actress for UK It’s a sin, winner of the prize for the best series. The show comes from
RED production company for Channel 4 and HBO Max in association with All3media International.

Monte-Carlo Television Festival

The only other winner in the Fiction genre is the Italian Piece of my heart, which won the Special Jury Prize. News prices have gone ITV News: Inside the United States Capitol, Diagnosis: COVID-19, Nobel Citizen and Die in Divroce.

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Check out the full list of winners, chosen from 27 nominated programs from 14 countries, below.

The 2021 Crystal Nymph Award, awarded to an actor to celebrate an exceptional work, was presented to Tchéky Karyo (Baptiste, The Missing) by the honorary president of the festival, Prince Albert II of Monaco.

“This 60th Monte-Carlo Television Festival was a successful edition not only because of the remarkable and diverse talents who have joined us from all over the world but also in view of the exceptional circumstances of the health crisis that surrounds its organization,” said Prince Albert. .

Here are the winners of the 60th Monte-Carlo Television Festival:


Best film
Uncle Frank (United States)

Best series
It’s a sin (UK)

Best creation
Uncle Frank (United States)

Best actress
Lydia West, It’s a sin (UK)

Best actor
Paul Bettany, Uncle Frank (United States)

Special Jury Prize
Piece of my heart (Italy)


Better media coverage
ITV News: Inside US Capitol (United Kingdom)

Best News Documentary
The diagnosis: COVID-19 (Portugal)

Best Documentary Film
Nobel Citizen (Switzerland)

Special Jury Prize
Dying in Divorce (UK-Norway-Germany-Turkey)

Now (Germany)

Baby Thieves (UK)
Yemen: Coronavirus in war zone (United Kingdom)
Bella da Moirre (Italy)


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