Mon Ange, Muriel Robin’s new miniseries for TF1, and La Vengeance au Triple Galop, for Canal +, were notably awarded.
The verdict fell on Saturday night at La Rochelle. The winners of the 2021 TV Fiction Festival was unveiled by Guillaume de Tonquédec and his jury. And the big winner of the evening is called My angel, which won the Best Series Award (52 minutes), with Muriel Robin and Marilou Berry.
The Best Comedy, prize awarded for the first time in La Rochelle, was awarded to Vengeance at the Triple Gallop (to see on Canal + on October 4), the delirious soap of Alex Lutz and Arthur Sanigou, with Audrey Lamy.
Triple gallop revenge, a thoroughbred crime by Alex Lutz [critique]
The award for Best 26-Minute Series went to season 2 of Stalk, for the France TV Slash platform, which also won the award for Best Music for Paul sabin. The prize for the Best series of less than 20 minutes crowned the Arte series, Patience my love.
The trophy for Best Screenplay went to Eléonore Bauer and Guillaume Labbé for To insanity (M6), who also crowns Marie gillain for the award for Best Female Performance. The Best Male Performance goes to Vincent Deniard for What are we going to do with Jacques? (Arte).
Rodolphe Tissot was crowned Best Director for Cleves (Arte), which also allows Louisiane Gouverneur to win the Young Hope Adami Trophy. That of Young Male Hope Adami crowned Moncef Farfar, Yassine Chorfa, and Abdelmadjid Guemri for Nobody’s Child (France 2).
In the rest of the list, it should be noted that the prize for Best European Fiction was awarded to You Don’t Die Among Friends (Germany) while the prize for Best foreign French-speaking fiction crowns After (Quebec).