The Nashville Film Festival is one of the longest-running film festivals in the country, celebrating its 50th year in 2019. 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.
At Regal Hollywood Stadium 27 & RPX during the Nashville Film Festival you have the chance see the best in World Cinema, American Indies, documentaries, and numerous short form programs by veteran masters, upcoming directors, and first-time filmmakers. Films screened in the past include 13 Assassins, (500) Days of Summer, Cyrus, Terri, Buck, Nowhere Boy, Project Nim, and Academy Award nominees I Am Love, Ajami, and Dogtooth. It is more than a festival, but an experience for all who appreciate the art of film.
Full schedule of films will be released in early September. Stay tuned!
This year, during the Nashville Film Festival, will be the Creator's Conference happening October 4 & 5. The conference includes robust tracks for filmmakers, screenwriters, musicians, and all kinds of creators. This is the place to discover the insights from top Hollywood producers and industry executives on what is happening in the film business.
The schedule has not been announced. Stay tuned!
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