Draw The Curtains: It’s Closing Night At 2010 Nashville Film Festival

Eight days, dozens of movies, endless Vitamin Waters and a more than a few disturbing dreams later, we’re at the final stretch of the 2010 Nashville Film Festival. If you’re a latecomer, you still have a chance to catch some of the festival’s best offerings thus far, with screenings of all the award-winning films and several back-by-popular-demand films today. And don’t fret if you set your heart on attending a film that’s sold out – There’s a “rush” line for every sold out film, and you can usually score tickets via rush about 10-15 minutes before each film.

12:30pm – Impact of Music Winner: For Once In My Life
2:30pm – Best in New Directors: One Too Many Mornings
2:30pm – Grand Jury Prize Best Narrative: Hipsters
2:30pm – Back by Popular Demand: Black, White & Blues
2:30pm – Special Screening of Festival Best Sellers
4:45pm – Grand Jury Prize Best Documentary: Racing Dreams
5:00pm – Tennessee Award Winner Feature & Short: The Colonel’s Bride & 5 Dollars
5:00pm – Back By Popular Demand: The Concert
5:15pm – Award Winning Shorts

Closing night will also feature a handful of prime-time film premieres, wrapping up the festival with screenings of The Good Heart (5:30pm, featuring Brian Cox, Paul Dano), Cyrus (7pm, featuring John C. Reilly, Jonah Hill), Robert Churchwell: The Jackie Robinson of Journalism (7pm) and Teenage Paparazzo (7:30pm, directed by Adrian Grenier). Preceding Teenage Paparazzo is Brad Paisley’s directoral debut, a short film titled When Mom’s Away. And if that’s not enough film fest-ing for you, hit up the closing night party at the Cannery Ballroom afterward ($35).
The full day’s schedule can be found here.

Photo by Shelley Justiss/NaFF.