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Imagine magazine honors movie and TV industry

At the Imaginnaire gala, Cindy Lentol and Andria Blackman, both of Canton.

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Carol Patton, publisher of Boston-based Imagine magazine - it tracks film, TV, and new media in the Northeast - hosted the mag’s annual awards this week, and honorees at the “Imaginnaire’’ Award Gala at Splash included actress-writer Marianne Leone Cooper, Joe Maiella of the Massachusetts Production Coalition, Dan Bérubé, cofounder of Final Cut Pro User Group, animator Jenn Tran, and the one and only TV cowboy Rex Trailer.

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