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2011 Nashville Film Festival Announces Opening and Closing Films

By Indiewire Staff | Indiewire March 17, 2011 at 4:12AM

The 2011 Nashville Film Festival will open with the Southeastern U.S. Premiere of Shane Dax Taylor's "Bloodworth," an adaptation of W. Earl Brown's novel "Provinces of Night," and close with Azazel Jacobs' "Terri."
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The 2011 Nashville Film Festival will open with the Southeastern U.S. Premiere of Shane Dax Taylor's "Bloodworth," an adaptation of W. Earl Brown's novel "Provinces of Night," and close with Azazel Jacobs' "Terri."

NaFF has also added several additions to the Special Presentations category, including Monte Hellman's "Road to Nowhere," James Marsh's "Project Nim," Richard Ayode's "Submarine" and Justin Chadwick's "The First Grader." The festival will also feature the Tennessee premiere of Ola Simonsson and Johannes Stjärne Nilsson's "The Sound of Noise" in the World Cinema category. Finally, Laura Crosta's "SING: The Hotel Café Tour Documentary" and the world premiere of "Wish Me Away" will round out the Music Films/Music City Competition.

The festival will continue to add more information regarding panels, jurors and music showcases over the next couple weeks. NaFF takes place April 14-21 at the Regal Green Hills Cinemas in Tennessee.

To view the additions and special presentations click here.

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