Imaginarium 2019 Award Winners Announced

by Nyctophilia

Imaginarium 2019 Award Winners Announced! Film Festival and Imadjinn Awards announced on October 12th, at the Imaginarium 2019 Awards Banquet! Congratulations to all of the award winners!

2019 Imaginarium Convention Independent Film Festival Award Winners

Best Feature Film:
“My Soul To Keep”

Best Feature Film Runner-up:
“One Must Fall”

Best Short Film:
“Return To Dust”

Best Short Film Runner-up:
“Little Dreamer”

Best Directing:
“Angel”

Best Editing:
“Once Bitten”

Best Cinematography:
“My Soul To Keep”

Best Sound:
“My Soul To Keep”

Best Character Development:
“Re: Inc.”

Best Plot:
“A Horse A Piece”

Best Screenplay:
“Dante Falls”

Best Documentary:
“Jumpin’ Johnny”

Best Documentary Runner-up:
“Umbilicus Desidero”

Best Web Series:
The Devil’s A Lie”

Best Web Series Runner-up:
“Recovery Unplugged: episode 3”

Best Music Video:
“Midnight Mind”

Best Music Video Runner-up:
“Kiss Me Malibu”

Non-Produced Screenplay Awards – Recognized as Film Festival and Imadjinn Awards

Best non-produced Screenplay Long Format
The Coldest Horizon by Jeffrey Howe winner
The Devil’s a Lie by Thomas Moore 1st runner up
The Hand of God by Tony and Sarah Gardiner 2nd runner up

Best Non-produced Screenplays Short Format
Sand Mermaids by J.L. Mulvihill winner
Hickory (& Me) by Jeffrey Morin 1st runner up
Parallels by Scott Nelson 2nd runner up

2019 Imadjinn Award Winners

Best Anthology
Fantastic Tales of Terror, Eugene Johnson

Best Children’s Book
You Are You!, Jen Selinsky

Best Historical Fiction Novel
Sweet Love at Honey Landing, Linda Ellen

Best Horror Novel
The Mourner’s Cradle: A Widow’s Journey, Tommy B. Smith

Best Fantasy Novel
Fey West, Michael J. Allen

Best Literary Fiction Novel
She’s Not Broken, Kelsey Day

Best Mystery Novel
DARK HORSE: A Folly Beach Mystery, Bill Noel

Best Non-Fiction Book
Light at the End of the Tunnel, A Memoir, Sallyanne Monti

Best Paranormal Romance Novel
Quinn, D. B. Reynolds

Best Romance Novel
Cowboy On Her Porch, Pam Mantovani

Best Science Fiction Novel
Storm Forged, Patrick Dugan

Best Short Story
The Hairy Man, William Alan Webb

Best Short Story Collection (single author)
Now You Sea God: A Josh Katzen Collection, T. Lee Harris

Best Thriller Novel
Exodus, Mick Williams

Best Urban Fantasy Novel
Blood Ghast Blues, Jake Bible

Best Young Adult Novel
Just One Summer, Lynn Stevens

ABOUT IMAGINARIUM

The Imaginarium Convention made its debut in 2014 and is now heading into its 6th year with a central focus on providing creative writers and other creative talents educational, networking, professional, and mentoring opportunities. In 2019, The Writer Magazine named the Imaginarium Convention the best writing conference in Kentucky and the 2nd best writing conference in the Southeast USA.

The Imaginarium Convention welcomes all genres and levels of experience. Imaginarium maintains an inclusive, welcoming environment that brings together the vibrant atmosphere of a convention with the content-rich nature of a major writers conference. Three days filled with over 130 panels and workshops provide creative individuals of all levels of skill and experience an abundance to choose from to develop skill-sets further on their professional and artistic journeys.

Spotlighting and raising awareness of talented creative individuals is another area of emphasis for the Imaginarium Convention. Our juried Imadjinn Literary Awards given at our annual awards banquet are one way in which we recognize and celebrate top level talent. Another way is through our Imadjinn Book Fair and Expo, which showcases a large number of creative professionals to the public throughout the convention weekend.

In supporting creative writing in all forms, The Imaginarium Convention embraces Game Development and Film/TV production, including programming content in each of these areas, a weekend-long gaming room, and an independent film festival with juried awards.

More recently, The Imaginarium Convention has begun to develop the Imaginarium Initiative, to help facilitate support and educational opportunities for communities in need. Our first target area for this program will be the Eastern Kentucky region.

A positive event that provides a wide range of support and beneficial elements to a diverse array of attendees, Imaginarium is dedicated to continue growing and expanding what we can offer to those pursuing a creative path.

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