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Nashville Film Festival 15-22

Nashville Film Festival

Movies in Cool Springs are on hold this week!

The 2010 Nashville Film Festival is going on April 15-22 at the Green Hills Regal Cinema.

Sponsors include Southwest Airlines, Whole Foods Market, Nissan,Regal Cinemas,Chipotle Green Hills, Frothy Monkey, Bacon and Caviar, Loews Vanderbilt Hotel, Hutton Hotel, Hampton Inn Green Hills, Homewood Suites Downtown Nashville and Hilton Garden Inn Nashville Vanderbilt.

Among the many panel discussions and workshops scheduled for the 2010 Nashville Film Festival (NaFF), are opportunities for festival-goers to get inside the minds of some of film and television’s top directors and music composers.

Nashville Film Festival is a cultural arts institution that inspires, educates, and entertains through an annual celebration of the art of motion pictures, year-round events, and community outreach.

Founded in 1969, a milestone reached by only three other film festivals in the country, by Mary Jane Coleman as the Sinking Creek Film Celebration, Nashville Film Festival (NaFF) is hosted at the Regal Green Hills Stadium 16 in Nashville, Tennessee.

Since 2004, the festival has doubled attendance to 23,000 – screening more than 250 films from 48 nations around the globe. 2010 will mark the 41st year for the Nashville Film Festival.

Films are running all day long through Thursday.

Check the schedule and purchase tickets online easily and enjoy the Nashville Film Festival, while supporting:

Art – Since 1969, NaFF has enriched, enhanced, and exposed the city to a rich diversity of thoughts, ideas, and beliefs expressed through the artistry of cinema.
Tradition – NaFF has cemented its role in the city – and in the na­tion – as a cultural arts institution.
Economic Impact – NaFF is an important force in linking the city’s music industry to the world’s film industry, creating new partnerships and fostering relationships that economically favor the city. Additionally, spending in the surrounding businesses during the time of the festi­val creates new jobs.
Growth – Through NaFF’s At-Risk Youth program, the city’s children meet mentors, learn new skills, develop confidence, and become valuable members of our community as a whole – spreading positive messages with their enhanced voices.
Partnership – NaFF partners with more than 80 other arts, cultural, and service organizations helping area not-for-profits reach new audiences with their messages.
Pride – NaFF provides a unique event that welcomes leaders in the film industry who may not be otherwise familiar with Nashville. In fact, more than 90% of the industry guests who attend the festival arrive in Nashville for the first time – but most likely not the last.