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The Wild & Scenic Film Festival

The Wild & Scenic Film Festival

The Harpeth River Watershed Association (HRWA) is hosting the first ever Wild & Scenic Film Festival in Nashville, TN. This film festival sits apart from the hundreds of festivals around the world. It inspires environmental activism and will motivate you to go out and make a difference in your community and the world.

Rental Screening: MOSAIC

Rental Screening: MOSAIC

Although a successful lawyer with a beautiful family, Ruth Anderson is preoccupied by her own ambitions to notice or care. The career driven realist clashes with her creative idealist daughter, Mara. There is consistent disagreement between the two and it becomes increasingly clear that a pattern of disconnection prevails in the family. When the wise and present Judge Rohi visits Ruth, he advises and offers resolution to her problems. Presented with an opportunity at reconciliation and the chance to surrender her most prized possession- her control, Ruth ops to take her own path and the real problems ensue. MOSAIC is a collection of emotions- pieces of a broken family, with broken pasts, struggling to mend broken hearts.

Nashville Jewish Film Festival 2016

Nashville Jewish Film Festival 2016

The Nashville Jewish Film Festival (NJFF) is a program of the Gordon Jewish Community Center (GJCC). In 2016 the NJFF will celebrate its 16th year of bringing educational, entertaining and thought-provoking Jewish-themed films to the Nashville community.

NJFF: TO LIFE!

NJFF: TO LIFE!

Opening Night! Ruth (Hannelore Elsner) and Jonas (Max Riemelt) are of different generations and life experiences, who both find themselves at a crossroads, without a home and suffering from romantic loss. Through shared parallels and camaraderie, and the lusty Yiddish music of yesteryear, this pair finds a new sense of  purpose and can defiantly toast l’chaim in the face of adversity.

NJFF: FEVER AT DAWN

NJFF: FEVER AT DAWN

Holocaust survivor Miklós is in Sweden, to receive treatment at the Larbro Hospital.  He is sentenced to death again when he is diagnosed with tuberculosis, and his doctors inform him that he has six months to live. But Miklós decides to wage war on his own fate.  He writes 117 letters to 117 Hungarian girls, all of whom are being treated in Swedish refuge camps, with the aim of eventually choosing a wife from among them.

Light and Sound Machine: TONY CONRAD, 1940-2016

Light and Sound Machine: TONY CONRAD, 1940-2016

Light and Sound Machine is a monthly screening series of marginalized cinema, both new and repertory, co-presented by the Belcourt Theatre and Third Man Records in Third Man Record’s Blue Room.

This Week (click showtimes to purchase)

Friday

THE BEATLES: EIGHT DAYS A WEEK: Introduction from Jen Gunderman, assistant professor of musicology at Vanderbilt University's Blair School of Music (6:30pm)
THE DRESSMAKERHUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLETHE BEATLES: EIGHT DAYS A WEEKHONEYTRAPOPERATION AVALANCHEWHITE GIRLLAST HOUSE ON DEAD END STREET

Saturday

WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORYHUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLETHE PRODUCERSTHE BEATLES: EIGHT DAYS A WEEKTHE DRESSMAKERHONEYTRAPOPERATION AVALANCHEWHITE GIRLLAST HOUSE ON DEAD END STREET

Sunday

HUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLETHE PRODUCERSTHE BEATLES: EIGHT DAYS A WEEKTHE DRESSMAKERWILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORYHONEYTRAPOPERATION AVALANCHEWHITE GIRL

Monday

THE BEATLES: EIGHT DAYS A WEEKTHE DRESSMAKERHUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLEOPERATION AVALANCHEPINK FLOYD: LIVE AT POMPEIIWHITE GIRL

Tuesday

THE BEATLES: EIGHT DAYS A WEEKTHE DRESSMAKEROPERATION AVALANCHEThe Wild & Scenic Film FestivalWHITE GIRL

Wednesday

THE DRESSMAKERHUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLETHE BEATLES: EIGHT DAYS A WEEKOPERATION AVALANCHEVIDEODROMEWHITE GIRL

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