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Nashville Film Festival Announces First Six Films

Nashville Film Festival Announces First Six Films

The Nashville Film Festival revealed the first six films participating in the 2015 edition of the festival.

Radius-TWC’s “Adult Beginners,” Roadside Attractions’ “Love & Mercy” and A24’s “Slow West” will screen as part of the Special Presentations program while “Country: Portraits of an American Sound” and “How Sweet the Sound – The Blind Boys of Alabama” will have their world premieres in the Music Films/Music City section.

Also screening in the Music Films/Music City section is “Made in Japan,” a documentary about Japanese country music star Tomi Fujiyama.

The Nashville Film Festival will take place April 16-25 at the Regal Green Hills Cinema.

READ MORE: Toronto Review: Brian Wilson Portrait ‘Love & Mercy’ Isn’t Your Average Biopic

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