Imagine Magazine honors local film and TV crowd

Boston Globe
January 14, 2015

Boston’s Imagine Magazine honored movie and media types at Tuesday’s “Imaginnaire” Awards Gala. Actress Erica McDermott, who’ll next appear in the much-anticipated Whitey Bulger biopic, emceed the celebration at the Hard Rock Cafe. Honorees included Ben Fowlie, founder of the Camden International Film Festival; Massachusetts Film Office boss Lisa Strout; CBS Boston’s Ro Dooley Webster; and New England filmmaker Tom DeNucci, who’s written and directed two films in the last three years, with another film, “Almost Mercy,” in post-production. (His “Self Storage” has an underwhelming

5 percent audience rating on Rotten Tomatoes.) DeNucci also appeared in the Showtime series “Brotherhood,” and alongside Peter Facinelli in “Loosies.” “I think my parents were more excited than I was [about the award],” DeNucci said. Imagine Magazine has held its “Imaginnaire” bash for seven years.

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