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Who Won The Monaco Charity Film Festival and other Monaco news

While we are waiting for results of the Monaco Grand Prix we put an update of the most interesting pieces of news.

Lights, Camera, Compassion: Who Won The Monaco Charity Film Festival?

The Monaco Charity Film Festival, now in its 19th edition, is an annual celebration of cinema and compassion held in the heart of Monaco, Monte Carlo, this year at the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort on May 13th, fast on the heels of the Historic Grand Prix. The festival is not just about showcasing outstanding films with great stories but also about making a meaningful impact on the lives of underprivileged children worldwide.

Through the magic of filmmaking, the aim is to raise awareness, inspire action, and contribute to the well-being of children who deserve every chance to thrive and succeed.

Nobu Monte Carlo Reopens with Fresh Renovations, a New Head Chef & Delights that Will Surprise

Nobu Monte Carlo
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Nestled in the heart of Monte Carlo, Nobu Monte Carlo reopened its doors on May 10th after a highly anticipated renovation. This iconic restaurant, known for its blend of Japanese and Peruvian cuisine, is poised to begin a new chapter in its storied history.

The recent renovations at Nobu Monte Carlo have transformed the restaurant into an even more luxurious and immersive dining destination. The redesign draws inspiration from natural tones and traditional Japanese patterns, capturing the essence of Monte Carlo’s opulence. The interior now features fine materials such as natural oak, rich fabrics, and bespoke prints. Soft lighting and natural wood panels create an inviting atmosphere, while panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea enhance the overall experience.

Morgan Freeman to be Awarded at the 63rd Monte-Carlo Television Festival

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The Monte-Carlo Television Festival recently unveiled its star-studded program of events. Morgan Freeman will be presented with the Crystal Nymph award and Olivier Marchal will be recipient of the Honorary Nymph, stated Laurent Puons, CEO, and Cécile Menoni, Executive Director of the Monte-Carlo Television Festival on 6 May.

The Festivaltaking place between 14-18 June 2024will open with the world premiere screening of The Gray House’ on Friday 14 June at the Grimaldi Forum at 7:00 p.m. The first episode of the limited series will be broadcast following the Opening Ceremony. Executive producers Morgan Freeman (The Shawshank Redemption, Million Dollar Baby, Invictus), Leslie Greif (Hatfields & McCoys) and Lori McCreary (Madam Secretary), as well as actors Mary-Louise Parker (Weeds, The West Wing), Daisy Head (Harlots), Amethyst Davis (Kindred) and Ben Vereen (Roots) will all be in attendance.

Turner: Sublime Legacy exhibition at the Grimaldi Forum

Grimaldi Forum

The Grimaldi Forum recently unveiled its big summer exhibition, taking place in collaboration with the Tate, from Saturday 6 July until Sunday 1 September 2024. “Turner, the Sublime Legacy” will putting the renowned English Romantic painter in dialogue with contemporary artists.

Last year, the Claude Monet exhibition brought 120,000 visitors to the Grimaldi Forum. This year, Joseph Mallord William Turner’s pioneering landscapes and explorations of light is quickly becoming one of Monaco’s most-anticipated summer events. The 80 or so pieces were assembled under the direction of Elizabeth Brooke, curator and project leader at the Tate and were displayed in 2021 at the National Museum of Fine Arts of Quebec.

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