Monte-Carlo Television Festival: 2021 winners

Honours go to actor Tcheky Karyo, It's a Sin and Uncle Frank at annual awards in Monaco.

Actor Tcheky Karyo (The Missing) has been honoured with the Crystal Nymph by H.S.H Prince Albert II of Monaco at the Monte-Carlo Television Festival.

British drama It’s a Sin won the Fiction category while actress Lydia West was recognised for her performance as Jill Baxter. Actor Paul Bettany was also awarded for his performance in US telemovie Uncle Frank.

There were also several winners in International news / doco you can check here.

This year there were no Aussie titles nominated.

Winners in bold:


Ana. All in.
Co-Production Between RTVE, Tornasol S.L., DeAPlaneta And ZDF Enterprises GmbH

It’s A Sin
RED Production Company For Channel 4 And HBO Max In Association With All3media International
United Kingdom

Line In The Sand
A Koda Communications Production For Keshet 12 (Israel) In Association With Keshet International

Made For Love
Paramount Television Studios
United States

Piece Of My Heart
Yle, Finnish Broadcasting Company

Roald & Beatrix, The Tail Of The Curious Mouse
Hartswood Films
United Kingdom

The Defender
Czech Television
Czech Republic

The Unbearable Lightness Of The Revolution
UFA Fiction

Uncle Frank
Miramax And Amazon Studios
United States

Special Prize Prince Rainier III

A World Without Meat
Hessischer Rundfunk

Amazonia : The Front Line
Winter Productions, France Télévisions

Starhaus Produktionen GmbH


The Baby Stealers
BBC World Service
United Kingdom

Prize of the Monaco Red Cross

Yemen: Coronavirus In A Warzone
United Kingdom

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