Nashville Film Festival Offers Musical Movies

The Nashville Film Festival, which opens April 16, is showcasing a variety of musically-themed movies, including the classic, Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison.

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The festival runs from April 16 through April 23 at the Regal Green Hills Cinema in Nashville. In addition to Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison, showing Sunday, April 19, the festival features Rock Prophecies, described as “a backstage pass into the eccentric world of rock ’n’ roll,” American Harmony, which focuses on the International Championship of Barbershop Singing, America’s Lost Band and several others. Plus, Noble Things, an action film starring Lee Ann Womack, will make its Southeastern U.S. premiere at the festival, April 18. For the complete schedule and ticket information, visit nashvillefilmfestival.org.

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