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Film: A Guide To The 2016 Nashville Film Festival

The Nashville Film Festival completed it's full slate of films for the 2016 season with additions of Kirtsen Johnson's, Cameraperson and Ben Wheatley's, High-Rise, staring Tom Hiddleston and Jeremy Irons. The 47th Nashville Film Festival runs April 14-23.

This year's highlights include:
271 Films
99 Feature Films
172 Shorts
42 Countries
62 Features in Competition
48 World/North American/US Premieres

Special Presentations
American Epic/United Kingdom, USA (Director: Bernard MacMahon)
Born in Bristol/USA (Director: Chusy)
High-Rise/United Kingdom (Director: Ben Wheatley)
Hunt for the Wilderpeople/New Zealand (Director: Taika Waititi)
Little Men/USA (Director: Ira Sachs)
The Lobster/Greece, United Kingdom, Ireland (Director: Yorgos Lanthimos)
Louder than Bombs/Norway, France, Denmark (Director: Joachim Trier)
Love & Friendship/Ireland, Netherlands (Director: Whit Stillman)
Morris from America/USA, Germany (Director: Chad Hartigan)
Sing Street/Ireland (Director: John Carney)
Smokey & the Bandit/USA (Director: Hal Needham)
A Tale of Love and Darkness/Israel (Director: Natalie Portman)
Weiner/USA (Director: Josh Kriegman, Elyse Steinberg)
Spectrum
April and the Extraordinary World/France (Director: Christian Desmares, Franck Ekinci)
A Blossom of Love in Gannan/China (Director: Liqiang Gao)
Cameraperson/USA (Kirsten Johnson)
Cemetery of Splendor/Thailand (Director: Apichatpong Weerasethakul)
Chevalier/Greece (Director: Athina Rachel Tsangari)
Dheepan/France (Director: Jacques Audiard)
He Hated Pigeons/Canada (Director: Ingrid Veninger)
Hearing Implant/China (Director: Junliang Fang)
Lo and Behold, Reveries in a Connected World/USA (Director: Werner Herzog)
A Noble Spirit/China (Director: Yue Miao)
Presenting Princess Shaw/Israel (Director: Ido Haar)
Promise/China (Director: Lin Sheng, Yong Li)
Sunset Song/United Kingdom, Ireland (Director: Terence Davies)
Tickled/New Zealand, USA (Director: David Farrier, Dylan Reeve)
Bridgestone Narrative Competition
Before the Sun Explodes/USA (Director: Debra Eisenstadt)
collective:unconscious/USA (Directors: Lily Baldwin, Frances Bodomo, Daniel Patrick Carbone, Josephine Decker, Lauren Wolkstein)
Demimonde/Hungary (Director: Attila Szász)
Fireworkers/USA (Director: Christina Bennett Lind)
Five Nights in Maine/USA (Director: Maris Curran)
Free in Deed/USA (Director: Jake Mahaffy)
The Great & the Small/USA (Director: Dusty Bias)
Hunky Dory/USA (Director: Michael Curtis Johnson)
I Promise You Anarchy/Mexico (Director: Julio Hernández Cordón)
It Had to Be You/USA (Director: Sasha Gordon)
The Lure/Poland (Director: Agnieszka Smoczynska)
Magallanes/Peru, Argentina, Chile (Director: Salvador del Solar)
Neptune/USA (Director: Derek Kimball)
Song of Songs/Ukraine (Director: Eva Neymann)
The Alchemist's Cookbook/USA (Director: Joel Potrykus)
Documentary Competition
Accidental Courtesy: Daryl David, Race & America/USA (Director: Matt Ornstein)
The Bad Kids/USA (Directors: Keith Fulton, Lou Pepe)
The Bandit/USA (Director: Jesse Moss)
Chicken People/USA (Director: Nicole Lucas Haimes)
Holy Hell/USA (Director: Will Allen)
Hooligan Sparrow/USA (Director: Nanfu Wang)
Learning to See/USA (Director: Jake Oelman)
Mother's Wish/Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Portugal (Director: Joonas Berghäll)
Oriented/United Kingdom, Israel (Director: Jake Witzenfeld)
SEED: The Untold Story/USA (Directors: Taggart Siegel, Jon Betz)
The Seer: A Portrait of Wendell Berry/USA (Director: Laura Dunn)
Thank You, Del: The Story of the Del Close Marathon/USA (Director: Todd Bieber)
To the Moon and Back/USA (Director: Susan Morgan Cooper)
Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru/USA (Director: Joe Berlinger)
When Two Worlds Collide/Peru (Directors: Heidi Brandenburg, Mathew Orzel)
A Good American/Austria (Director: Friedrich Moser)
New Directors Competition
The 4th/USA (Director: Andre Hyland)
Banana/Italy (Director: Andrea Jublin)
The Elk/France (Director: Etienne Labroue)
The Fits/USA (Director: Anna Rose Holmer)
Spa Night/USA (Director: Andrew Ahn)
Tamago/Japan (Director: Koji Hirano)
Transpecos/USA (Director: Greg Kwedar)
The Violators/United Kingdom (Director: Helen Walsh)
To Keep the Light/USA (Director: Erica Fae)
Music Films/Music City Competition
Artist & Repertoire/United Kingdom (Director: Matthew Jones)
Colin Hay - Waiting for My Real Life/USA (Directors: Nate Gowtham, Aaron Faulls)
A Fat Wreck/USA (Director: Shaun Colón)
Honky Tonk Heaven/USA (Directors: Brenda Greene Mitchell, Sam Wainwright Douglas)
SHU-DE!/USA (Director: Michael Faulkner)
Sidemen: Long Road to Glory/USA (Director: Scott Rosenbaum)
A Song For You: The Austin City Limits Story/USA (Director: Keith Maitland)
Syl Johnson: Any Way the Wind Blows/USA (Director: Rob Hatch-Miller)
What Would Beethoven Do?/USA (Director: Jonathan Keijser)
Tennessee First Competition
The Dust Storm/USA (Directors: Ryan Lacen, Anthony Baldino)
Josephine/USA (Director: Rory Feek)
Mom Jovi/USA (Director: Rachel Lambert)
The Polar Bear Club/USA (Director: Brett Price)
Soul/USA (Director: James King)
What's the Matter with Gerald?/USA (Director: Matt Riddlehoover)

Graveyard Shift Competition
Be My Cat: A Film for Anne/Romania (Director: Adrian Tofei)
A Beginner's Guide To Snuff/USA (Director: Mitchell Altieri)
Curtain/USA (Director: Jaron Henrie-McCrea)
The Eyes of My Mother/USA (Director: Nicolas Pesce)
Inside Scarlett/USA (Director: Carter Mays)
The Lure/Poland (Director: Agnieszka Smoczynska)
Maskoun/Lebanon (Directors: Sharif Abdunnur, Krystle Houiess)
Baskin/Turkey, USA (Director: Can Evrenol)
Community Cinema
24|7|365: The Evolution of Emergency Medicine/USA (Director: Dave Thomas)
Broke* - 5 Years Later/USA (Director: Will Gray)
No Greater Love/USA (Director: Justin Roberts)
No Matter Where/USA (Director: Kevin Johnson)
Peace Officer/USA (Director: Brad Barber, Scott Christopherson)
Saving Banksy/USA (Director: Colin Day)

Check Out Our Interview with Director Michael Faulkner on his newest Music Documentary, 
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