The 58th Grimme Award was awarded on August 26. Among others, Bjarne Madel and Nicholas Ovcharek were honored. Anke Engelke was also honored.
For most celebrities, Marle may not necessarily be the center of the world. However, on August 26, the German television scene looked at the city in North Rhine-Westphalia, which has a population of just under 90 thousand. The Grimme Institute based there awarded this year’s Grimme Award on Friday.
German-speaking stars came to receive their awards. Among others, Anke Engelk (56), Bjarne Middle (54), Daniel Donskoy (32), Louise Heyer (37), Kurt Cromer (47), Torsten Stratter (55) and Nicholas Ovcharek (51) walked the red carpet.
The rating is left to the viewer.
A few weeks ago, the Institute announced 16 productions that will receive prizes in the categories of “Fiction”, “Media and Culture”, “Entertainment” and “Children and Youth”. The winners of the “Entertainment” contest are “Friday Night Jews” with Donskoy, the contest program of Joko Winterscheidt (43) “Who is stealing the show from me?” and an episode of “Chez Krömer” with Torsten Sträter as a guest, in which Kurt Krömer and the comedian talk about how they deal with their depression.
Cromer had never talked about it publicly before. After the broadcast, he said, he noticed how many people were affected. “For the first time in my life, I feel like I’ve done something really meaningful.” He deplored that many people are looking for a place in treatment but are not getting it at the moment.
In the “Imagination” competition, the Sky Original “The Ibiza Affair” – which talks about the Austrian political scandal in 2019 – was awarded Ofczarek. In the jury’s justification, the “exciting acting performance, clever screenplay adaptation, brilliant camera and last but not least lavish staging” were praised. At the awards ceremony, the actor explained, “I can only explain what’s there. And that was very good because it didn’t count as well. The rating is up to the viewer. I think that’s very important.”
There were also two awards for the girls – for his directorial debut “Sörensen hat Angst”, in which he also plays, and for the television movie “Geliefert”. Girls avoid “Sörensen” to the smallest detail […] All the usual tricks of this kind” and to find “his own language of acting and portrayal”, as stated in the justification.
“Intelligent and incorruptible monitoring powers”
In addition, the film “The Mopes” with Nora Cherner (41 years old) received the audience award from the Marl group, and the film “Ona Primavera” received the student jury award. Meanwhile, Engelke was awarded a special honor by the German Association for Adult Education (DVV). “With her clever observational abilities, Anke Engelke shows us that we have sometimes adjusted ourselves very correctly in a very comfortable situation – in everyday matters as well as in relation to social related matters,” Told by DVV President Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer (60).
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German Association for Adult Education (DVV) (vhs_dachverband) August 26, 2022
A total of 19 awards were awarded. Moderator Joe Shock (41) moderated the evening of the 58th Grimme Award Ceremony.