Partying Monaco Style: Celebrating 50 Years Of The Monte-Carlo Television Festival

The Golden Nymph turns silver
and translucent for the night.
(Photo © 2010 by Bryan Reesman.)

This year the Monte-Carlo Television Festival celebrated its 50th anniversary, and on top of their ever-extravagant closing night party, they held a special bash at the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort to toast their long-running success.

There’s nothing quite like a party in Monaco, and this one included plenty of food and drink, live entertainment (a dance group with live singers and a roaming violinist as well as the New Orleans-style Vitamine Jazz Band) and celebrities socializing.

Since I already took photos of actors during the daytime, I focused my lens on the overall event. It was quite a magical evening.

Can I have ice sculptures for my next birthday?




Among the throng.
(Photo © 2010 by Bryan Reesman.)

Pop go the paparazzi.
(Photo © 2010 by Bryan Reesman.)

Chatting with Scott Wolf about life, not the business.
(Photo © 2010 by Bryan Reesman.)

This fetching violinist roamed the crowd.
(Photo © 2010 by Bryan Reesman.)

New Orleans style jazz in Monte-Carlo.
(Photo © 2010 by Bryan Reesman.)

Everyone should have a large ice sculpture at their 50th birthday party.
(Photo © 2010 by Bryan Reesman.)

A clear pool with a taste of the beach.
(Photo © 2010 by Bryan Reesman.)

Decadent desserts.
(Photo © 2010 by Bryan Reesman.)



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