Best Original Song and VER Best Cinematography Award Announced
Thursday, April 20, 2017

The Nashville Film Festival announces the nominees for Best Original Song and nominees for VER Best Cinematography Award. Nominees for theVER Best Cinematography Award were selected from American films and the winner will receive a $10,000 prize package from VERThe nominated songs were written and recorded specifically for 2017 Nashville Film Festival feature length films.

This year’s winners will be announced at an award ceremony on Friday, April 28th at Regal Hollywood 27. The 48th Nashville Film Festival will take place April 20-29.
Nominees for Best Original Song:

From AUGIE, “This is How I Look at You,”
Written by Julian Raymond, performed by Keith Carradine

From BOOMTOWN, “Heart’s Too Heavy,”
Written and performed by John Moreland

From DOG YEARS, “To Get Here,”
Written by Diane Warren, performed by Willie Nelson

From DOG YEARS, “Yet to Come,”
Written by Jamie Floyd and John Martin, performed by Stranger Friends

Written and performed by Beril Guceri

Nominees for the VER Best Cinematography Award:

BOMB CITY – Director: Jameson Brooks; Cinematograper: Jake Wilganowski

BOOMTOWN – Director: Sabyn Mayfield; Cinematograper: David Newbert

WE’VE FORGOTTEN MORE THAN WE EVER KNEW – Director: Thomas Woodrow; Cinematographer: Shabier Kirchner