‘SAVING BANKSY’: Good Documentary on Street Art but it Lacks Female Perspective

By Shelly Winifred Barger SAVING BANKSY, a documentary that screened last week as part of the Nashville Film Festival, delivers insightful dialogue that challenges attitudes around the interplay of art and ownership. Street art is a fantastic vehicle that explodes…

‘Live from New York!’: Laughs … and Saturday Night Live

By Gregory Crofton Not often are you lucky enough to see John Prine at a film festival, but that happened at the sold-out “Live from New York!” at the Nashville Film Festival. Prine, a singer-songwriter known for hits like “Sam…

‘In My Father’s House’ Wraps an Absentee Father in a Layer of Hip-Hop

By Gregory Crofton The Hip-Hop artist Che “Rhymefest” Smith bounded down onto the floor of the movie theater and told the projectionist to turn it up. The music playing over the end credits of the film got louder. Mic in…

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