Anastasia Brown (independent film and television producer and music supervisor, Format Entertainment) and Ken Levitan (founder and co-president, Vector Management) have been added in part to the Nashville Film Festival (NaFF) board of directors. This ahead of the 10-day festival fast approaching from April 16-25.
Additional new directors include Natasha Corrieri (customer service specialist, ServisFirst Bank), Steven Gaydos (executive editor, Variety Magazine), and Dawn Solér (senior vice president of music, ABC Television).
“These new board members raise the optics of our festival internationally,” said Ted Crockett, NaFF executive director. “With their help, we will continue to create one of the most exciting film festivals in the world. Our goal is to draw more film production to our state and help make deals for our festival’s stand-out filmmakers. Nashville is not only Music City – it is also Movie City. Each of these individuals possesses a deep professional background and passionate commitment to intelligent film and entertainment.”
Current NaFF Directors are: Kelly Frey (board president), of Frost Brown Todd; Taryn Anderson (board vice president), Flood Bumstead, McCready & McCarthy; Cynthia Tyler (board secretary), Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities; Stephanie Mundy Self (board treasurer); Shannon Casey, CAA; Yuri Cunza, Nashville Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce; Bob Jackson, Ground Zero Post; Tyler Middleton, Graffam Middleton; Brandyn Payne, Sitel World Corporation; Bob Rains, Tennessee Film Entertainment & Music Commission; Courtney Ross, Nashville Chamber of Commerce; Jim Scherer, Whizbang; Ana Schwager, Southwest Airlines; and Bret Wolcott, TV Producer.
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