The 60th edition of the Monte-Carlo Television Festival ended yesterday. With the program of many stars, but also laughter, tears, and essential series. Take a look back at the best moments of this anniversary edition.
The 60th edition of the Monte-Carlo Television Festival ended yesterday in Monaco at the end of a closing ceremony which notably rewarded the British punch series It’s a Sin, broadcast in France on Canal + last March.
Marked by the presence of many stars of the small and big screen, including Audrey Fleurot, Arnaud Ducret, JoeyStarr, Tchéky Karyo, Déborah François, Héloïse Martin, Fabienne Carat, or even some of the actors of the soap operas Tomorrow belongs to us, Here everything begins , and Plus belle la vie, this 2021 edition will have been rich in laughter, tears, and series of all kinds.
Moments that we invite you to find in this best-of video, in which the stars present from June 18 to 22 in Monte-Carlo reveal to us the last series they devoured. And savor the happiness of finding the public and the festivals after a gloomy year, marked by the coronavirus epidemic and several periods of confinement.
Frame and Editing: Constance Mathews.