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Spotlight Article
Date: 2013-04-15
Article Title: Nashville Film Festival To Host 44th Annual Event
Article: The Nashville Film Festival (NaFF) will kick off its annual event on April 18 at the Regal Green Hills Cinemas. This year, the festival will feature over 250 films from nearly
  50 countries ranging in categories from Narrative Feature, Documentary, Short Films, Music City, New Director, Special Presentations, Graveyard Shift, Tennessee First, World Cinema, and for the first time, a special Kurdish category has been added as part of the mini 3-day Celebration of Kurdish Film.
  Music City’s top international competition for independent, local, and student filmmakers promises to be the biggest and best festival yet, with more films than ever and an expected 26,000 attendees at the 8-day event.
  The 2013 Nashville Film Festival is presented by Nissan and brings the world to Nashville in weeklong celebration of film. Attended by filmmakers and industry insiders, and open to the public, NaFF screens more than 200 films from nearly 50 countries. NaFF celebrates the diversity of the human voice and vision by curating program segments to include Latino, Black, GLBT, Jewish and Kurdish films.
  Founded in 1969 by Mary Jane Coleman, it is one of the oldest (44-years) film festivals in the U.S. As an Academy Award Qualifying Event, NaFF draws filmmakers and celebrity guests to its red carpet at the Regal Green Hills Stadium 16. The Festival
  annually garners notice from the Associated Press, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal online, MovieMaker Magazine, Film Festival Today, IndieWire, Variety, Billboard, New York and Script Magazine. More information on each film and film stills are available at
  The Nashville Film Festival, like other major film festivals such as Sundance and Tribeca, is open to the public. Tickets can be purchased online at or at the NaFF Box Office in the downstairs lobby of Regal Green Hills Cinema, which opens April 17. Regular ticket price per film $12, college students and senior citizens with ID $8, and member prices from $4 to $7 off each ticket.