Rose d'Or 2019 Winners announced!

The Rose d’Or Awards define the gold standard of achievement in entertainment programming. The 58th edition took place in London on Sunday 1 December 2019.

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This edition rewarded one programme in each of 10 categories, with “The Greenaway Alphabet", produced by Beeld TV in coproduction with NTR winning in the Arts Category.

The miniseries “She Composes Like A Man” by IMZ Member SVT - Swedish Television + Peiling FIlm & TV was among the finalists in the Arts Category. This production was presented at a Market Screening at Avant Première 2019. Further, IMZ Members BBC Studios also made it into the final round with “David Bowie: Finding Fame”.

And last but not least, “Dance or Die” by Witfilm in coproduction with NTR was also among the finalists in the Arts Category after having won the dancescreen 2019 Social Movers Award.

All in all, the IMZ sends its most sincere congratulations to all winners and finalists in the 10 categories!

The awards were first given out in 1961 in Montreux, Switzerland, where the annual award ceremony remained for 40 years. Berlin has been home to the Rose d’Or for the past three years. Recent winners include The Crown, Gogglebox and The Graham Norton Show. Past recipients of Rose d’Or Special Awards include Joanna Lumley, Angela Lansbury, James Corden, Jan Böhmermann and John Cleese.



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