Fargo, Howards End and The Good Fight are among the nominations at the Golden Nymph Awards, which take place at the Monte-Carlo Television Festival.
The dramas are up for best long fiction series and drama series at the event on June 19. They are among 38 nominations from 18 countries across seven categories spanning fictions and news.
Laurent Puons, CEO of Monaco Mediax, organizers of the Monte-Carlo Television Festival said, “I am delighted that over the course of four years, the number of programmes registered for the Golden Nymphs competition has increased by 27%. This year, 18 countries are represented by the 38 nominated programmes, which is clear evidence of the diverse nature of international productions. In the Fiction category, Europe has clearly marked its territory, although the United States, Canada and Australia are still present. These nominees ensure we will have a great competition which will be judged by our renowned jury members when they convene in Monaco. This demonstrates once again that the Golden Nymphs are acknowledged as being one of the most prestigious awards in the world of international television productions”.
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Here is the full list of nominations.
Long Fiction Series:
Kästner And Little Tuesday – ARD (Germany) – Florian David Fitz
Sunshine Kings – Easy Tiger (Australia) – Anthony Lapagila, Melanie Lynskey
The Power of Silence – Televisió De Catalunya (Spain) – Joan Pera
Fargo – FX/MGM (U.S.) – Ewan McGregor, Carrie Coon
Raped: The Day The Abuse Became A Crime – Storia Television/Fontana/EuropaCorp (France)
Howards End – Playground Entertainment (UK) – Matthew MacFadyen, Hayley Atwell
Little Boy Blue – ITV Studios (UK) – Stephen Graham, Sinead Keenan
Drama TV Series:
Hotel Beau Sejour – De Mensen (Belgium) – Lynn Van Royen
Cardinal – Entertainment One (Canada) – Billy Campbell
Below The Surface – SAM Productions / Kanal 5 (Denmark) – Joahannes Lassen, Paprika Steen
The Money Heist – Vancouver Media (Spain)
The Good Fight – CBS TV Studios/Scott Free (U.S.) – Christine Baranski
The Frozen Dead – Gaumont (France) – Charles Berlin
Liar – Two Brothers (UK) – Ioan Gruffudd, Joanne Froggatt
Live Breaking News:
First Strike: Resorts World Manila Attack – GMA (Philippines)
Qatar Blockade – Al Jazeera English (Qatar)
Zimbabwe – BBC News (UK)
Grenfell Tower Fire – Sky News (UK)
MosulSOS – RT (Russia)
Special Prize Prince Rainier III:
Forest Blind – MBC Chungbuk (Korea)
A Plastic Whale – Sky News (UK)
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