Success by Monaco Streaming Film Festival

The Monaco Streaming Film Festival celebrated the second edition with the best streaming content and the content providers and creators who make it all happen.

If the pandemic did nothing else, it opened the world to the already thriving world of video-on-demand content. With a long blockade day and night, many of us become TV enthusiasts, exchanging skinny for our new favorite shows with friends on weekly Zoom calls, not only making streaming content more interesting, but also more. Opened the door to an innovative world.

Under these circumstances, the Monaco Streaming Film Festival was born. By presenting their knowledge and experience in video-on-demand (VOD) film and media production, this unique event leveraged streaming technology to create new forms and outlets for expression.

This year’s festival held from the 31stst May to 2ndnd At the Grimaldi Forum in June, we were able to bring together players in this dynamic arena for a series of face-to-face and virtual screening, conference and networking opportunities.

Among the attendees were actress Victoria Smarfit, director John Diary, actor Jeff Fahey, producer and choreographer Michael Flatley, international human rights lawyer Cherie Blair, and writer producer Bill McDonald. There was.

To conclude the festival, the 2022 Streamy Awards and Gala Dinner were held on the 3rd.rd At Meridian Plaza Beach Hotel in June. The evening began with a cocktail and canapé event, with celebrities answering questions from journalists and posing for the camera, allowing guests to pay homage to entertainment industry celebrities on a spectacular evening.

Director, writer and producer James Cameron was awarded the Leg Grandy Innovation Awards annually for world leaders in media and technology who “boldly and brilliantly contributed to development.”

Other famous faces were also praised, including Patricia Arquette, who won the Best Actress Award, Mark Wahlberg, who won the Best Documentary Series, and Jeff Fahey, who won the Humanitarian Award.

New Zealand dairy documentary, milkingReceived the Best Documentary Award, the most advanced award Arabian camelThe first movie created by a non-fungible token.

People in the streaming world were also recognized, including Gavin Bridge, who won the Streaming Journalist Award, and Derrick Achon, who won the Streaming Music Award.

Finally, Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson were awarded the Best Film Award for the latest in the ever-popular James Bond series. I have no time to die.. This was particularly devastating due to the involvement of Christian and Geoffrey Moore, the sons of former Bond actor Sir Roger Moore.

For more images of MSFF, click on the gallery below …

Photo courtesy of MSFF

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