Nashville Film Festival
April 14-23, 2016
Regal Green Hills Cinema
The Nashville Film Festival is one of the longest-running film festivals in the country, celebrating its 47th year in 2016. This year, guests come to view more than 270 films from 42 countries, including 48 World/North American/US Premieres. Festival-goers enjoy a plethora of works from documentaries and narrative features to animated and experimental shorts. Panels and workshops are also offered for those looking to enrich their knowledge beyond the screen.
What to See
Features and Shorts, Narratives and Documentaries, Special Presentations, and more can be seen during the Nashville Film Festival. See the full schedule.
For more information about the festival head to: nashvillefilmfestival.org
Purchase tickets online now. Pending availability, tickets can also be purchased at the NaFF box office at Regal Green Hills Cinemas starting Wednesday April 13th.
Nashville Writers Conference - April 20-22
New this year, and during the Nashville Film Festival, will be the Nashville Writers Conference happening April 20-22. This conference is built around the screenwriter, offering an uncensored, writer-focused glimpse into the real Hollywood. Some of the best from the business will be there offering their secrets, too! People like Jeb Stuart who wrote Die Hard and The Fugitive, Max Borenstein writer of Godzilla (2014), Andrea Berloff who adapted Straight Outta Compton, and more. This is the perfect opportunity for those with the dream to have their name next to "written by" when the credits roll. Check out more.
The Nashville Film Festival is one of only 17 festivals worldwide where the winners of the Short Documentary, Short Narrative, and Short Animation competitions automatically qualify for Academy Award consideration.
The Nashville Film Festival, named one of the top five in the U.S. by Brooks Institute, has become one of the premier showcases for the best new work of American and international filmmakers.
In addition to the many films about music and the Music Films in Music City awards, NaFF presents showcases, workshops, and other events where Nashville songwriters and artists come together with film professionals from Hollywood and around the world to promote collaboration.