Nashville Film Festival Adds Music-centric Flicks

naffThe Nashville Film Festival (NaFF) will offer numerous music-related flicks when it takes place April 18-25 at Regal Green Hills Cinema. Several of these pictures fall under the Tennessee First feature film category, including:

Music City USA (Director: Chris McDaniel) – A behind the scenes look at the artists, entertainers, and musicians that put the music in Music City. A resilient city filled with creativity and heart.

Nashville 2012 (Director: Jace Freeman) – From underground wrestlers and street musicians to environmental activists and empowered immigrants, this accumulation of gritty narratives combine for an intimate portrait of a city.

Sleepy LaBeef Rides Again (Director: Dave Pomeroy) Explore the fascinating world of “The Human Jukebox,” roots artist Sleepy LaBeef.

Two: The Story of Roman & Nyro (Director: Heather Winters) – The journey of songwriter Desmond Child and his lifelong partner Curtis Shaw, and how they met Angela Whittaker, the woman who would carry their twin sons, Roman and Nyro, into the world.

On the Graveyard Shift line up is: East Nashville Tonight (A Work in Progress) (Directors: Brad Barnes and Todd Barnes) — Starring Elizabeth Cook.

As previously reported, here is a list of other music-centric films at NaFF. See the complete schedule at nashvillefilmfestival.org.

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