Commentary: Beware of the ‘history lesson’

As most writers will attest, truth is stranger than fiction — always. That was certainly evident last week during the Nashville Film Festival. More

Festival is a sort of homecoming for Nashville filmmaker

In For Memories’ Sake, Ashley Maynor reveals the rather extraordinary life of a seemingly ordinary Nashville housewife and grandmother, Angela Singer More

On DVD: Gang film packs punch with gritty scenes

Crips and Bloods: Made in America gives a disturbing look at a conflict that’s raged over three decades in South Central Los Angeles and claimed more than 15,000 lives. More

‘Makeout with Violence’ takes top festival awards

Makeout with Violence, a locally produced and directed work that merges a love story with a psychological drama plus plenty of gore, took the top jury prizes at the 40th Nashville Film Festival (NaFF), which concluded Thursday.   More

Dad tells 'Graham's Story' of autism

This documentary by Erik Linthorst chronicles his investigation and research to determine whether his son is indeed autistic; it debuts at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Nashville Film Festival. More

NaFF rolling out red carpet for notable, noteworthy

The 2009 edition of the Nashville Film Festival (NaFF) gets underway in earnest this weekend at the Regal Green Hills Cinema, with red carpet events, world premiere screenings and parties marking the 40th anniversary. More
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