The Franklin International Indie Film Festival will take place at Williamson County Performing Arts Center at Academy Park in Franklin November 1-4.
During the four-day film festival, 81 films from 14 countries will be screened. The festival will also host four interactive industry panels and two camera workshops. This event is truly international as films will be shown from Sweden, Norway, Iceland, South Korea, China, Japan, France, UK, New Zealand Canada and the U.S.
Quoted from the Performing Arts Center, “WCPR is proud to present the 2018 FIIFF (Franklin International Indie Film Festival). As many know, Franklin is a place where stars often collide with a friendly crowd. For our community of Filmmakers, Film workers, Television and New Media makers, FIIFF brings together collaborators as well as the industry influencers of today. The festival includes film blocks, some with talkbacks with filmmakers resent to discuss their projects, as well as discussion panels and workshops to provide honest answers about the craft and to assist TN filmmakers on their journey. There is something for everyone here at the festival, so we look forward to seeing you at the movies!”
There will be an opening gala on Thursday, Nov 1 with small bites and musical entertainment by Scott Ducjai jazz band. On Sunday, Nov 4, the festival will feature faith based films. To see the complete schedule and to purchase your ticket, visit the Franklin Film Festival website here.