Imagine (2012 film)
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|Directed by||Andrzej Jakimowski|
|Produced by||François d'Artemare
|Written by||Andrzej Jakimowski|
Alexandra Maria Lara,
|Distributed by||Zjednoczenie Artystów i Rzemieslników,
Film and Music Entertainment,
Polish Film Institute,
Centre National de la Cinématographie (CNC),
Instituto do Cinema e do Audiovisual (ICA),
Filmes do Tejo (II)
A blind teacher breaks the rules to help a female student rediscover the pleasures of life.
- Edward Hogg as Ian
- Alexandra Maria Lara as Eva
- João Vaz as José
- Melchior Derouet as Serrano
- Francis Frappat as Doctor
- João Lagarto as Brother Humberto
Imagine was released in:
- Polish Film Awards (2014)
- Guillaume LeBras and Jacek Hamela were nominated and won the Eagle award for the Best Sound.
- Seattle International Film Festival (2013)
- Edward Hogg was nominated for a Golden Space Needle Award for Best Actor at the Seattle International Film Festival n 2013.
- Warsaw International Film Festival (2012)
- Andrzej Jakimowski was nominated and won the Audience Award for Feature Film.
- Andrzej Jakimowski was nominated and won the Best Director award.
- Andrzej Jakimowski was nominated for the Grand Prix award.
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