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Tournees Festival to screen contemporary French films at APSU

Austin Peay State University has been selected to participate in the French American Cultural Exchange (FACE) French film grant program, the Tournées Festival, for the 2009-10 academic year. This grant provides an opportunity ...
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NaFF to showcase 70 feature films, world premieres

NASHVILLE, TN: The Southeast premiere of director Shane Dax Taylor’s “Provinces of Night,” starring Kris Kristofferson, Val Kilmer, Dwight Yoakam, Hilary Duff and Reece Thompson, is one of the highlights of th...
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Tennessee welcomes SEUS-Japan annual meeting

The annual joint meeting of the Southeast U.S./Japan Association and the Japan-U.S. Southeast Association is held annually with locations alternating between Japan and the southeastern United States. In 2010, the State of Tenne...
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Senator Bob Corker schedules Town Hall meetings

Tennessee's junior senator has scheduled a series of town hall meetings across the state. Sen. Bob Corker will present a slide show on federal spending trends and take questions from the audience at each meeting.
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ETI Precision Corporation to house manufacturing plant in Smith County

Elmet Technologies has announced they will locate a manufacturing plant in Smith County. ETI, a branch of Elmet, will locate a 58,000 square-foot manufacturing facility in Gordonsville, Tenn.
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Filmhouse seeks extras for weekend filming

Tennessee film production company, Filmhouse, issues a weekend casting call for extras. Filmhouse needs unpaid extras for their current feature film project, ‘Deadline.’ The Saturday filming will take place in Santa...
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Legal Aid Society opens 2011 fundraiser campaign

The Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands recently held the kickoff luncheon for its annual Campaign for Equal Justice.
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