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Three Nymphes d'or at the Festival de Monte Carlo

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23 June 2017
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The winners of the Golden Nymphs and Special Awards were unveiled on 21st of June at the 57th Monte Carlo Festival. France 2 is pleased to have obtained 3 awards for the following categories:

A reward in the news category:

 - Best TV report: "Mosul: flee at all costs" - signed by Arnaud Comte and Stéphane Guillemot

At the award ceremony, Arnaud Comte and Stéphane Guillemot recalled on stage the memory of their confreres who had died in Iraq and the need to pursue this demanding craft in spite of everything.

An award in the long fiction program category:

- Best long fiction program - "Do not abandon me"

Samia Sassi (Inès), Marc Lavoine (Adrien), Sami Bouajila (Sami), Tassadit Mandi (Fatima), Sofia Lessafre (Yasmina).

Directed by Xavier Durringer, screenplay, adaptation, dialogues: Francoise Charpiat and Aude Marcle, director of literature: Clémentine Vaudaux, producer: Joey Faré, executive producer: Sophie Barrat, Scarlett Production, with the participation of France Télévisions, France 2: Sophie Exbrayat, director of the fiction unit France 2: Fanny Rondeau

An award in the TV series comedy category:

- Best actor for a comedy TV series: Michel Jonasz in "Lebowitz vs. Lebowitz"

Cécile Rebboah (Nadia Benesch), Nicolas Grandhomme (David Moncey), Michèle Moretti (Mouna Lebowitz), Philippe Paimblanc (Roland Lebowitz), Caroline Anglade (Irene Lebowitz), Michel Jonasz

Series created by: Jacques Bastier, Nathalie Suhard, Laurent Burtin, directed by: Frédéric Berthe and Christophe Barraud, written by Laurent Burtin, Nathalie Suhard, Jacques Bastier, Lucile Brandi, Isabel Sebastian and Pascal Perbet, produced by Clémentine Dabadie and Thomas Viguier, a Ryoan and Chabraque Productions coproduction, in co-production with BE FILMS - RTBF and with the participation of RTS with the participation of France Télévisions of the CNC of PROCIREP and ANGOA, program advisor France 2 Carole Le Berre and director Of Fiction France 2 Fanny Rondeau.

It should be noted that a prize in the price category of the international TV audience was awarded to the series "Love, glory and beauty" as the best telenovela - soap opera.

The Monte-Carlo Television Festival took place from 16 to 20 June 2017. This annual event celebrates television's excellence and offers producers and distributors who wish to reach a large population of press and press journalists. Audiovisual, business and public relations opportunities to promote and support their sales to broadcasters around the world.

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