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Nashville Film Festival Preview at The Arts Company

Coming Attractions


In two weeks, the 41st Nashville Film Festival opens with a promising biopic about the young John Lennon (Sam Taylor-Wood’s Nowhere Boy) and closes with a visit from Entourage star Adrian Grenier and his playful doc Teenage Paparazzo. In between — well, if you want the first look, show up at the downtown Arts Company during First Saturday for a sneak peek of trailers and clips, housed for the night in a “Trailer Park Drive-In” replete with a popcorn machine and theater candy. The festival’s artistic staff will be on hand to answer questions such as “Where will Adrian Grenier be staying?” and “Do they enforce restraining orders at film festivals?” (They can also direct you to the online ticketing system at, where you should buy your advance tickets, like, now.) And since you’re already here for the preview, stop by and snatch a Triscuit off the table at the reception for painter April Street, whose annual show of new work (this year entitled “Souvenirs from Spinning”) continues through April 24.
Sat., April 3, 6-9 p.m., 2010

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