Canadian Film Wins Best Film Award at the Monte Carlo Film Festival

19 19th The Monte Carlo Comedy Film Festival was considered a “great success” and was awarded the industry’s highest award, ending with a star-worthy gala dinner.

Glamor was full of laughter, not just at the age of Monte Carlo Comedy Film Festival to be held from 25thth Up to 30th April at the Grimaldi Forum.

Founder and creator Ezio Greggio officially launched the event with the moving and ambitious words, “This Monte Carlo Film Festival brings a message of laughter, hope and peace to the world.”

The annual film festival, sponsored by Prince Albert II and the Italian Embassy, ​​will show a variety of films with one basic requirement to make people laugh. Comedy, a genre that is often overlooked at other film festivals, is at the heart of the event, giving it a friendly flare while preserving the structure and prestige of a “normal” film festival.

The festival will feature major feature-length competitions, premier classes, master classes, press conferences, roundtables, and awards ceremony gala events in front of 2,000 guests.

This year’s jury, consisting of President Paul Haggis, Tom Reeve, Clara Ponsotto, and Pier Paolo Pasol, did the difficult task of choosing the best of each category.After all, the Best Film Award went to a Canadian movie babysitterSteve Laplante also won the Best Actor Award.

The best director went to Dani de la Orden in Spain Mama OpapaAlso, a movie that saw the best actress go to its star, Miren Ibarguren.

Odd Magnus Williamson Wins Best Screenwriter for the Movie Nothing to laugh And the audience award went to an Italian movie breath Director Alessio Lauria.

The best comedy short film went to a Kenyan movie A guide to eating out in Nairobi Directed by Hugh Milton.

The movie Legend Award was presented at the Awards Gala event to director Paul Hagis, the chief judge of Paul Hagis, an Italian actress who has over 100 credits in her name and is considered a treasure in her home country. Millions of dollars babyAlso a person who has been honored.

Finally, the Italian film rising stars Ludovica Martino and Lorenzo Zurzolo won the Special Next Generation Award for the best performers under the age of 30.

Among the people who attended the night were showman Piero Chambretti, journalist Cesar Buonamichi, former Juventus soccer player Andrea Barzagli, television host Alessandro Cattellan, and a charming Turkish actor. There was model Kang Yaman.

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