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Movies in the Park season ends with ‘Hunger Games 2: Catching Fire!’

Movies in the Park, the City’s free, outdoor movie series, concludes Saturday, Sept. 27, at Liberty Park, 1190 Cumberland Dr., Clarksville. ‘Hunger Games 2: Catching Fire,’ rated PG-13, will be shown at approximately 7:00...
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APSU presents “Big Men”

The Austin Peay State University Honors Program is partnering with the Nashville Film Festival, Nashville Public Television and Lipscomb University to bring documentaries on social issues to the middle Tennessee community this ...
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“Last Best Summer Ever” to film in Franklin

“I am really pleased ‘Last Best Summer Ever’ can take advantage of everything our state has to offer when it comes to providing a collaborative and creative environment for the film industry. “Tennessee’s natural beau...
by News Staff Ed.
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“Gone with the Wind” celebrates 75 years with nationwide screening

For years the film classic and Academy Award Winner Gone With Wind has popped up on TV's classic movie channel. It's a great watch on the small screen (even a huge TV is till small). This year, though, is the 75th anni...
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Riverfest 52 Hour Film Festival announces winners

The first-ever Riverfest 52 Hour Film Festival boasted 19 entries, and the results are in! Clarksville Parks & Recreation Department proudly announced the winners of the inaugural attraction, sponsored by CDE Lightband, at the...
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Inaugural Culture Fest lays claim to Nashville

In a few days days the inuagural Culture Fest Nashville, presented by Xfinity and sponsored by The Tennessee Tribune, kicks off with the legendary Third World taking the stage at the Nashville Farmers’ Market to deliver one o...
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“My Many Sons” now filming in Nashville

“My Many Sons,” began filming in Nashville this week. TNECD approved a $175,000 grant for the movie to film in Music City.
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