NashFilm Honored by MovieMaker Magazine
NashFilm Named “50 Best” Festivals by MovieMaker Magazine
The Nashville Film Festival has been named among the “50 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee in 2020” by MovieMaker magazine. Editors evaluated hundreds of film festivals based on a broad mix of criteria (focused on benefits to filmmakers) including high-quality networking opportunities, social activities, pitch sessions, competitions and travel and lodging support. Every film festival has its own unique character that ties directly back to the community it serves and NashFilm is honored to be recognized among the very best.
Entry deadlines for filmmakers and screenwriters extend through June 26, 2020, so there is still time left to be part of the 51st Nashville Film Festival celebration from October 1-7, 2020.
About the Nashville Film Festival
The Nashville Film Festival (NashFilm) is a globally-recognized non-profit organization and cultural event presenting the best in world cinema, American independent films and documentaries by veteran masters, up-and-coming directors, and first-time filmmakers. NashFilm discovers, elevates, and honors filmmakers, screenwriters and music makers from Tennessee and around the world while engaging, connecting and strengthening the Nashville community. With Academy Award® qualifying status, the Nashville Film Festival celebrates innovation, music and the many voices of the human spirit through the art of film. Originally founded in 1969, the Nashville Film Festival is one of the first film festivals in the United States and will present its 51st annual festival October 1-7, 2020.