Royal Roots Communications Network Limited, last week, with My Mom & I, garnered four nominations when the nominees for the 50th edition of the Monte Carlo International Television Festival were released.
The nominations were in Best Television Drama, International Producer, Debbie and Greg Odutayo; Best Actor, Gbenga Windapo; while the duo of Ufuoma Ejenobor and Aramide Okegbenro were both nominated for best actress.
The winners in each category will be announced at the Festivalâ€™s prestigious Golden Nymph Award ceremony on
Thursday 10th June 2010. An international jury representing all creative aspects of television will select the winners and in each category, four Gold Nymphs will be awarded to the Best International Producer, Best European Producer, Best Actor and Best Actress.
Speaking to our correspondent, Greg Odutayo, Executive Producer of Royal Roots Communications Network Limited, noted that the recent nominations are a further attestation to the top class quality of companyâ€™s productions, adding that his outfit will continue to push out jobs that can compete with like productions from any part of the world.
â€œOf course, we give God the glory. It is a further attestation to the high quality of our productions. International best practice has always been our watchword. We go to great extent to ensure that we our works can hold their own against any other production from any part of the world,â€ said Greg Odutayo.
â€œThis goes to show that it was not a flash in the pan when Edge of Paradise first was nominated during the 47th edition of the same awards. But then, it is also a challenge to us. It means we canâ€™t afford a drop in standard. We must continue to improve,â€ he concluded.
The festival has continued to be the foremost and serious creative event covering all genres of television programming like no other of its kind worldwide. The award ceremony comes up between 6th and 10th of June, 2010.