UK productions dominated the mini-series category of the 40th Monte Carlo Television Festival (Feb 17-23) with the BBC's Warriors walking away with the top award and Channel Four's Kid In The Corner scooping three of the four remaining prizes.

Peter Kosminky's Warriors - which focuses on a group of British UN peacekeepers in Bosnia and is distributed worldwide by the UK's Itel - was awarded the Golden Nymph for the best programme in its category.

Kid In The Corner picked up Golden Nymphs for best director (Tony Marchant), best actor (Douglas Henshall) and best script (Billie Eltrhingham).

Balzac, produced by France's GMT Productions, took the remaining best actress Golden Nymph for Italian actress Virna Lisa's performance.

Meanwhile the Golden Nymph for best TV movie went to Germany's Bonhoeffer (Agent of Grace), produced by NFP Teleart, while the best director award in that category went to Sweden's Daniel Alfredson for SVT's Dodsklockan (Call Of Death).

Italian production Vola Sciusciu (The Savior of San Nicola), produced by Rai/Lux Vide, won best actor for Lino Banfi, while best actress went to Rola Brady for Ireland's A Love Divided, produced by Parallel Films. The Golden Nymph for best script in the TV movie category went to Theo Hakola for France's La Fille Preferee (The Favourite Daughter) which is sold worldwide by M6 DA.