Following the traditional closing red carpet, the winners were unveiled by the President of the Jury, the Swedish creator of The Bridge, Måns Mårlind.
The 60th Monte-Carlo Television Festival ended this Tuesday evening and revealed, during the closing ceremony, the winners of the Golden Nymphs 2021, decided by a jury chaired by the Swedish series creator, Måns Mårlind.
The prize for Best Series was awarded to the English It’s A Sin, by Russell T. Davis, who chronicles the AIDS crisis in the gay community in 1980s England. For his performance, Lydia West also won the award for Best Actress.
When it comes to television films, it’s Uncle frank, produced by Miramax and Amazon Studios, which won the timpani, also allowing the actor Paul bettany to win the award for Best Actor.
The Special Jury Prize went to the Finnish series Piece of My Heart.
Like every year, this 60th Monte-Carlo Television Festival concluded with a parade of stars from the red carpet of the Grimaldi Forum (notably Tchéky Karyo, Arnaud Ducret, Jimmy Jean-Louis, Miss France 2021, Jarry, Anny Duperey and even Helsinki from La Casa de Papel), all delighted to find a little taste of rediscovered freedom, after less confinement and a 2020 edition canceled by the pandemic: