The winners of the 29th Imagine: Wolf Children from Japan, Fin from Spain, Citadel from Ireland and the Belgium short Perfect Drug. Audience Favourite (and winner of the Silver Scream Award) was The Battery.Lees verder >>
Once again this year, Imagine received fantastic entries from all over the country for the Time Capsule Award competition – the award for the best alternative 30-second Imagine trailer. All 13 entries were just as diverse, colourful, surreal, atmospheric or imaginative as the festival itself.Lees verder >>
This year’s recipient of Imagine Film Festival’s Career Achievement Award is the Irish director Neil Jordan. The award will be presented to him on opening night. The following afternoon there will be a masterclass, followed by a screening of his latest film: Byzantium.Lees verder >>
The 29th Imagine Film Festival will close on Wednesday, April 17, with the Dutch premiere of THE GRANDMASTER by Wong Kar Wai (IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE). This visually stunning film is a martial arts drama as well as a tragic love story, starring Tony Leung and Zhang Ziyi. Earlier this year, THE GRANDMASTER opened the Berlin Film Festival.Lees verder >>
Together with distributor Cinéart, Imagine provides a taster for the festival by organising a preview tour of the fantasy thriller Byzantium by Neil Jordan (Interview with the Vampire, The Crying Game). From March 26 until April 7, the film will be shown in 17 film theatres, and then of course at the festival itself.Lees verder >>
The history of film is fraught with neurotic characters, but extra attention is given to the role of female neuroses. Canadian journalist Kier-La Janisse wrote a book about this, which inspired Imagine to a sidebar programme.Lees verder >>
Imagine will once again host its Night of Terror this year, as always in the majestic Pathé Tuschinski. This time there will be clowns, exorcisms, a cannibal family and the radical reboot of a horror classic.
The focus of Indian cinema has always been primarily inward, but over the last few years things seem to be changing. Time to explore the Indian genre films of 2013 in the sidebar programme BOLLYWOOD AND BEYOND.Lees verder >>
The Imagine 2013 programme is slowly taking shape. A few titles have been announced, mainly from the Anime and Martial Arts genres.Lees verder >>
For the Time Capsule Award 2013, the Imagine Film Festival is looking for creative people who can make an amazing trailer for the festival in just 30 seconds.Lees verder >>
The Imagine 2013 festival poster is here! The festival teamed up with Utrecht designer Nick Liefhebber. The result is a completely graphic poster that misleads the senses.Lees verder >>
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