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‘The twelve’ wins prize for best screenplay at Canneseries

The One-series “The twelve” Wednesday on the Canneséries festival the prize for ‘best screenplay’ award. The Spanish series ‘the Perfect life’ has the award for best series in the wait dragged.

The Canneséries festival, in 2018 for the first time, was organized, ran from 5 to 10 april in the South of france, Cannes. The festival awards the best series of all over the world. The screenwriters Bert Van Dael and Sanne Nuyens, who had previously been for Beau Séjour made, took the prize.

The twelve, a production of Eyeworks Film & TV Drama, is about a volksjury in a assisenproces. Twelve citizens, called as jurors of a celebrated murder case. They have to decide on the guilt or innocence of a respected principal who is accused of two murders. Among others, Johan Heldenbergh, Lynn Van Royen, Maaike Cafmeyer, and Maaike Neuville play in the ten-part series, which at the earliest this autumn on One is broadcast.

The twelve , together with nine other sequences selected for the official competition, including the VTM-series Studio Tarara, Magnus (Norway), The outbreak (Russia) and The feed (Great Britain).

The grand prize, however, was poached by the series of the Perfect Life, a series about the lives of three Spanish in their thirties. The series also won a prize for the three hoofdrolspeelsters. “Culture is a bridge of empathy, to fight against hatred, intolerance, machismo”, said the Spanish actress and scenariste Leticia Dolera when they the price received.

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