Monte-Carlo Television Festival Awards 2014: 54th Annual Winners

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The winners of the 54th Annual Monte-Carlo Television Festival Awards have been announced. The 2014 Monte-Carlo Television Festival Awards “an international festival and competition focusing on productions for television, founded 1961 and based in Monaco.

The full listing of the 2014 Monte-Carlo Television Festival Awards winners:

Best television film:Take Good Care of Him (Germany)
Best actor in a television film: Klaus Maria Brandauer, Blank (Austria)
Best actress in a television film: Julia Koschitz, Take Good Care of Him (Germany)

Best miniseries:Top of the Lake (UK/Australia)
Best actor in a miniseries: Elisabeth Moss, Top of the Lake (UK/Australia)
Best actress in a miniseries: Peter Mullan, Top of the Lake (UK/Australia)

Best international comedy series:Lilyhammer (Norway)
Best European comedy series:Episodes (UK)
Best actor in a comedy series: Steven Van Zandt, Lilyhammer (Norway)
Best actress in a comedy series: Julie Bowen, Modern Family (USA)

Best international drama series:Hostages (Israel)
Best European drama series:The Bridge (Sweden)
Best actor in a drama series: Ayelet Zurer, Hostages (Israel)
Best actress in a drama series: Kim Bodnia, The Bridge (Sweden)

Best news documentary: Correspondent ‘Identity and Exile’, Al Jazeera English (Qatar)
Best current affairs documentary:Twin Sisters, Moment Film (Norway)
Best TV news story: Central African Republic ‘Victims of Rape’, Sky News (UK)
Best 24-hour news program: Ukraine Unrest: ‘Shooting In Independence Square’, CNN (USA)

International TV audience award fordrama:NCIS (USA)
International TV audience award forcomedy:Modern Family (USA)
International TV audience award fortelenovela:The Bold & The Beautiful (USA)

Prince Rainier III Special Prize:Deadly Depths (Germany)
Monaco Red Cross Prize:Battlefield Tokyo (Japan)

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