The Monte-Carlo Television Festival recently confirmed the nominees for this year's Golden Nymph Awards. A total of 18 programs from 12 countries have been officially selected to compete across the News & Documentaries and Fiction categories, including 3 Worldwide premieres, 7 International premieres and 2 French premieres. "Having a nomination for a Golden Nymph Award means true international recognition for a production. We have a really strong line-up this year and are extremely pleased to see so many programmes from all parts of the world," Laurent Puons, CEO of the Monte-Carlo Television Festival said. "The superb quality of the programming chosen for the 2023 Official Selection demonstrates just how our competition continues to grow in both size and global importance.”
The Monte-Carlo Television Festival welcomes producers and distributors looking to access international print and on-camera journalists to promote and support their sales to worldwide broadcasters. The 62nd edition of the event will see six Golden Nymph Awards presented in the Fiction Category, including Best Film, Best Series, Best Creation, Best Actress, Best Actor and the Jury Special Prize. The winners will receive their Awards at a glamourous Red-Carpet Ceremony at the Grimaldi Forum on the final evening of the Festival, on Tuesday 20 June
Three Golden Nymph Awards will be presented in the News & Documentaries category to Best News Program, Best Documentary and the Jury Special Prize. For the second year, the innovative award the Public Prize in partnership with BetaSeries, will give fans the opportunity to participate in the Festival as real jurors and enable them to reward a programme in competition within the Official Selection. All Official Selection entries within the Fiction category will be presented to the Festival’s attendees via public screenings in the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco.
The list of nominees for the 2023 Golden Nymph Awards includes "Chorus Girls" by Apple Tree Productions from Denmark, "Fence" by Wowow Inc & NHK Enterprises from Japan, "Le Colossee aux pieds d'argile" by Make It Happen Studio, Shoot Again Productions, En Coproduction Avec TF1 from France, "Miro" by Set Màgic Audiovisual & Televisió De Catalunya from Spain, "Poker Face" Produced By T-Street And MRC Television And Licensed By Paramount Global Content Distribution from USA, Ten Pound Poms by Eleven Film from Australia, The Seed by Odeon Fiction GmbH With Mia Film, Rein Film, ARD Degeto And NRK from Allemagne, Norvège, République Tchèque Germany, Norway, Czech Republic, The Warrant: Breaker's Law by Imagicomm Entertainment from the USA and Trust No One by Shenhar Productions from Israel.
Having a nomination for a Golden Nymph Award means true international recognition for a production. We have a really strong line-up this year and are extremely pleased to see so many programs from all parts of the world. The superb quality of the programming chosen for the 2023 Official Selection demonstrates just how our competition continues to grow in both size and global importance.” Laurent Puons CEO of the Monte-Carlo Television Festival