Imaginarium 2019 proudly welcomes writer, director, artist and SFX artist Terence Muncy as a Spotlighted Guest. Terence’s range of expertise in multiple spheres of creativity will be a great addition to our extensive programming! Attendees are going to enjoy meeting him and we are very excited to have Terence joining us this year! About Terence: Terence Muncy is an artist, director, writer and special effects artist originally from Harlan, Kentucky. Terence is the owner of Warbranch Productions and Black forest Studios in Indianapolis, Indiana. Some of the films that he has directed or been a part of include “The Shack” (2004) Short Film (Director, WriterRead More →

We are very proud to announce our preliminary list of films to be screened at Imaginarium 2016, as well as our screenplay finalists! See the full list and more information here on our film festival page and be sure to check back soon for more updates!  Read More →

Imaginarium is proud to welcome NY Times bestselling author and screenwriter Elizabeth Bevarly to our family of guests for 2015! An author of over 70 romance novels and novellas, Elizabeth brings a tremendous range of talent and experience to Imaginarium. We are very excited to have her participation in the nation’s premiere creative writing convention! About Elizabeth Bevarly:Elizabeth Bevarly is the New York Times best-selling, award-winning author of more than seventy novels and novellas. Her books have been translated into two dozen languages and published in three dozen countries, and she hopes to someday be as well-traveled herself. An honors graduate of the University ofRead More →

Imaginarium 2014 is proud to announce screenwriter Jeffrey Reddick as our latest Imaginator! It is a very special recognition to be named an Imaginator, all of whom will be featured in a spotlighted manner in the event programming. 2014 Imaginator   Jeffrey Reddick ScreenwriterAbout Jeffrey: Jeffrey Reddick got his start in the film industry by interning at New Line Cinema when he was 19. He worked at the studio for over 11 years. But Reddick shot to horror film fame with the creation of “Final Destination.” New Line Cinema released the original “Final Destination” in 2000 and the movie earned over $100 Million at theRead More →