Knoxville’s first film festival will begin on Thursday Sept. 19 and go through Sunday Sept. 22.
The films will be split into 20 different blocks as well as an opening film on Thursday night. Tickets can be purchased for each block individually or a festival pass can be bought for $75 which grants access to every film.
There will also be a student film competition that viewers can purchase tickets to see. The judges range from a Scripps Networks director to a film studies professor from the University.
In 2004, Keith McDaniel hosted the first Secret City Film Festival, which grew in size and popularity over the next eight years until McDaniel decided to move the event to Knoxville where he partnered with Regal Entertainment Group.
The festival film schedule is listed below:
Thursday, September 19th:
Short Term 12.
Friday, September 20th:
The Things My Father Never Taught me
Trust, Greed, Bullets & Bourbon
Nuts N Bolts
On The Train
Fear and Loathing in Apartment B
Mama Needs a Ride
The One Who Loves You
The Race That Eats its Young.
Shoot The Moon
Red River Moon
The Children Next Door
Where’s The Fair?
CRACKERJACK The Movie
Good People Go To Hell, Saved People Go To Heaven
Saturday, September 21st:
Where We Started
Simple As That
Character Face: A Clown Fantasy
Granny’s Got Game
Dreams of the Wayward
Pui Chan: Kung Fu Pioneer
Mile High Pie
CowJews and Indians
7-Day Shootout Filmmaking Competition Film Screenings.
Sunday, September 22nd:
The Roosters-Series 1
Noah’s Arc: The Rebirth of a Jazz Singer
The Possum Drop
Losing Our Sons
Battle Cry of Freedom Student Filmmaking Competition Film Screenings
Light Me Up
For more information on the Knoxville Film Festival visit their website at http://www.knoxvillefilmfestival.com
Edited by Jessica Carr