Imagination Park Film “Spoken Word” has Been Accepted for the 2017 Short Film Corner at Festival de Cannes in France

Vancouver, BC – March 30, 2017 – Imagination Park Entertainment Inc. (CSE: IP) (OTC: IPNFF) (FRA: GMS1) (“Imagination Park” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it’s short film “Spoken Word” has been accepted for the 2017 Cannes Short Film Corner, available throughout the Festival de Cannes in the video library from May 22 to May 28, 2017.

“Spoken Word” will receive two accreditations at the Cannes Film Festival during the Short Film Corner and will be available at the Digital Film Library for all festival-goers to see. Imagination Park, as sole owner of the film, also plans to organize a private screening during the Cannes Film Festival for investors and industry personnel.

“Spoken Word” was produced by Gabriel Napora and Tim Marlowe of Imagination Park and Michelle Romano, directed by Ilan Srulovicz, an acclaimed actor, and stars Lance Reddick as an African-American judge in a moral conflict. Race, perception and consequence become the center point of three lives, as Judge Matthews realizes that he can no longer overlook his actions from the bench. Imagination Park plans to develop “Spoken Word” into a full-length feature film.

“Spoken Word” has already been awarded BEST FEATURE FILM from the Independent Cinema Foundation and Festival Academy and Spoken Word star, actor Lance Reddick, won the ICFFA award for BEST ACTOR.

Gabriel Napora, CEO of Imagination Park, states: “Getting into the Cannes Short Film Corner is an honour for us and once again shows Spoken Word is a respected film with deep themes and relevant and timely social value. We are very proud of what we’ve done and the exposure this film is getting.”

The official trailer for the film is available for viewing here:

The Company also wishes to announce that John Masters, interim CFO of the Company, has stepped down from his position. Imagination Park and Mr. Masters have mutually agreed to proceed with an executive search for a full-time CFO to assist the Company as it pursues the next phase of its business. The Company thanks Mr. Masters for his time and wishes him the best in his future endeavours.

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