61st Monte-Carlo Television Festival Opening Ceremony

Festival Honorary President, HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco, is a star-studded event at the Grimaldi Forum, followed by a fascinating red carpet featuring world-renowned acting and creative talent from many parts. The long-awaited 61st Monte-Carlo Television Festival has been officially announced in the world.

The judges of this year’s Golden Nymph Award were introduced on stage. American actor and producer Neal McDonough chairs Fiction Julie, British producer Richard Fee, television host Adriana Karembe, French actress Josephine Jobert, and CEO of Studio Canal. It is made up of Anna Marsh, Serbian actor Darko Peric, and Dana Stern, the founder of Jesus Studios in France. Dr. Jill Tiefenthaler, CEO of National Geographic, is President of Documentary and News Julie, French presenter journalist Marie Anju Casarta, German producer director Tristan Citrosek, and Norwegian director Ton. Development of Jehessenschey and the Czech television Radomir Šofr.

Created to recognize brilliant and extraordinary talent, HSH Princess Charlene presented French actor Theo Christine (Space War, Scum, The Supremes) with the first international golden nymph for the most promising talent.

The capacity audience for Salle des Princes is produced by MGM International TV Productions and co-produced with Peacock, Viaplay, MBC Group and Stan, MGM. Based on Alex Skallow’s hugely successful novel, Last Light was directed by Dennie Gordon (Jack Ryan), Matthew Fox (Lost), Joanne Frogat (Downton Abbey), Tom Wlaschiha (Game of Thrones), Alice Ross (Trace), Taylor will appear Fay (Judge Linder), all attended the special screening.

In his speech, HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco said: Its content is constantly evolving, integrating technological developments that have changed the way images are consumed, especially digital platforms. “

Laurent Puons, CEO of the Monte-Carlo Television Festival, added: “In the golden age of content, our festival has undoubtedly become a major force in celebrating every aspect of the world’s television business. Incredible programs and talents, both in front of and behind the camera. With our lineup, we look forward to offering exciting editions in the next five days. “ 61st Monte-Carlo Television Festival Opening Ceremony

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