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Indonesian Movie Awards

Indonesian Movie Awards
Country of origin  Indonesia
No. of seasons 5
Broadcast
Original channel RCTI
Original airing 2007
External links
Website

Indonesian Movie Awards (IMA) is the appreciation for cinema person/production works that began in 2007. These awards are made because the result of FFI 2006 was quite disappointing for the Masyarakat Film Indonesia (MFI) (En: Film Society of Indonesia). But the IMA made not to compete with FFI. IMA exists to give appreciation to the best film cast, because they have the talent and achievements. IMA each year will always be present with the new format and different from FFI. If the FFI trophy that given is called Piala Citra. On IMA, the trophy given is called Piala Layar Emas. Winner in this event consists of Favorite and Best. Where the Best winner for the category selected by a jury. While the category of Favorite winner is selected by the public.

IMA 2007

On IMA 2007 that held in Tennis Indoor Senayan, Jakarta on Saturday 12 May was presented by four presenters at the same time. There are Nirina Zubir, Luna Maya, Aming and Ringgo Agus Rahman. In This year, film Denias (Senandung diatas awan) won as the favorite movie chosen by public.

IMA 2008

Indonesian Movie Awards 2008 is the second time held in Plenary Hall, Jakarta Convention Center (JCC), Friday, 28 March 2008. The event was presented by four presenters, there are Nirina Zubir, Choky Sitohang, Wulan Guritno and Ringgo Agus Rahman. In This year, film Nagabonar Jadi 2 won as the favorite movie chosen by public.

IMA 2009

Indonesian Movie Awards (IMA) 2009 is the third time held in Tennis Indoor, Senayan, Jakarta, Saturday, 16 May 2009, after held two times in 2007 and 2008. From 42 film that register to compete on IMA 2009, only 16 films that entered into the nomination. The event was presented by Luna Maya, Raffi Ahmad and Ruben Onsu. In This year, film Laskar Pelangi won as the favorite movie chosen by public.

IMA 2010

Indonesian Movie Awards (IMA) 2010 was held for the fourth time in Jakarta, Wednesday, May 5, 2010, after held three times in 2007, 2008 and 2009. There are a total of 15 categories contested, 8 Best Categories and 7 Favorite Categories. In This year, film Ketika Cinta Bertasbih 2 won as the favorite movie chosen by public.

IMA 2011

Indonesia Movie Awards (IMA) 2011 is the fifth time held in Tennis Indoor Senayan, Jakarta on Tuesday, 10 May 2011 with the hosts Okky Lukman and Choky Sitohang. In This year, film 3 Hati 2 Dunia 1 Cinta won as the favorite movie chosen by public.

Most Nominated

Until now, the movie 7 Hati 7 Cinta 7 Wanita is the only film that gets nominated for a total of more than 15 nominations, which is sixteen. Behind, four other movies struggling with eleven nominations. Here is a film that gets more than five nominees (films sorted by year of release and the alphabet).

Most Awards

The only films that get awards over a total of five is Mendadak Dangdut. Laskar Pelangi and Perempuan Berkalung Sorban re-compete with five awards. Here is a movie that gets at least two awards (films sorted by year of release and the alphabet).

External links

  • Situs Resmi
  • ‘Mendadak Dangdut’ Berjaya di Indonesia Movie Awards
  • 'DENIAS' Film Favorit Indonesia Movie Awards 2007
  • Didi Petet: 'EKSKUL' Takkan Ikut 'Indonesia Movie Awards 2007'
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