The Best of the Film Industry Found in Nashville

Nashville is known as the Music City, but they still have plenty of great choices in the film category. Here are some of the best of the film industry you will find in the city.

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The Best of the Film Industry Found in Nashville

Posted by Gary Ashton RE/MAX Advantage on Friday, October 12th, 2018 at 2:49pm.

Film Events in Nashville

After moving to Nashville, it's important to find the right places for your family. Whether you love going to the theater with the kids or you need a good place for a date night, the many movie theaters provide a great place for fun. Movies are popular and a great activity on a rainy day or any other day. Many theaters are found throughout the Nashville area including:

The Best Film Screening and Critique Locations in Nashville

Nashville is known as the Music City, but they still have plenty of great choices in the film category. Here are some of the best of the film industry you will find in the city.

Kogonada

Kogonada is known as the best film criticism in the Nashville area. It comes from filmmaker Ernie Park and his supercuts. These supercuts help to make the audience look at films a little different.

The Light and Sound Machine, Third Man Records

Known as the best film series in Nashville, this is a classic on 16mm and screened by Jack White. The event is held monthly and many other screenings are a part of the year-round experience.

Stoker

The best Nashville film example includes a stylish hothouse thriller with plenty of fun for mainstream audiences. The film industry took the spotlight of the city with Stoker and helped to attract Park Cha-wook to the area. The film industry is growing in Nashville and this film was a huge part of it.

Lipscomb's HumanDocs

Another great screening series curated by Ted Parks, the Limscomb's HumanDocs screening series provides a number of documentaries. Last year, The Waiting Room was a part of this screening series and many new choices will be a part of the new season.

International Lens, Vanderbilt

This is the best free movie program in the area with many great choices. The Sarratt Cinema on campus holds free weekly screenings of indie and foreign films. Many faculty speakers will also be in attendance.

If you enjoy film, these are some of the top choices in the industry found in Nashville. Many other choices from mainstream movie theaters to private screenings are held within the Music City every year. Even though most people relocated to Nashville for music, there are plenty of other entertainment options found here, including many film choices.

The Best Movie Theaters in Nashville

Movies in Nashville TN

Davidson County

  • Hickory 8 - 901 Bell Road
  • Bell Forge 10 - 5400 Bell Forge Lane
  • Bellevue Cinema 12 - 7741 Highway 70 South
  • Bellevue 8 - 120 Belle Forest Circle
  • Green Hills 16 - 3815 Green Hills Village Drive
  • Belcourt Theatre - 2102 Belcourt Avenue
  • Opry Mills 20 & IMAX - 570 Opry Mills Drive
  • Wynnsong 10 - 721 Myatt Drive
  • Hollywood 27 - 719 Thompson Lane

Dickson County

  • Roxy 10 Movie Theater - 646 Highway 46 South

Maury County

  • Shadybrook 12 Cinemas - 1907 Shadybrook Street

Montgomery County

  • Governor's Square 10 - 2801 Wilma Rudolph Blvd.

Robertson County

  • Cinema 1 (Carmike) - 718 S. Main Street

Rutherford County

  • Wynnsong 16 - 2626 Cason Square Blvd
  • Premiere 6 Theater - 810 Northwest Broad
  • Malco Roxy Cinema - 100 Movie Row

Williamson County

  • Thoroughbred 20 - 633 Frazier Drive

Sumner County

  • Rivergate 8 - 800 Rivergate Parkway
  • Gallatin Cinema - 1035 Greensboro Drive
  • Palace Theater - 146 N Water Ave
  • Indian Lake 10 - 120 Indian Lake Blvd
  • Streets of Indian Lake Stadium 16 - 300 Indian Lake Blvd.

Wilson County

  • Roxy 10 Movie Theater - 200 Legends Drive
  • Providence Stadium 14 - 401 South Mt. Juliet Rd.

The Best Outdoor Movie Locations in Nashville

Movies in the Park - Image Credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/waferboard/6041360282/The summer season brings along with it plenty of festivals, events and outdoor fun. Movies in the Park are a part of the Nashville scene and you can find them at a two different places. Here's a look at both places for outdoor movie enjoyment this summer.

Grassy Knoll Movie Nights

The Grassy Knoll Movie Nights kicked off in April and will be held once a month through October. The movies start at sundown, but the evening starts at 7pm. There are all kinds of fun including food and drinks from local businesses, along with plenty of interesting games before the movie starts.

The movies are shown next to Bongo Java East (108 South 11th Street) on the grassy area.

The cost is $5 for adults or $4 with a canned good for Second Harvest. Kids 12 and under get in for just $1 and the movie is always announced two weeks before the date.

Movies in the Park

Another place you can enjoy Movies in the Park is Elmington Park. This choice will provide plenty of fun on Thursday nights in June. Food Vendors will be on hand including Ben & Jerry's, Moosehead Kettlecorn, Bacon Nation Food Truck, Pizza Perfect and more.

The movies are geared towards all ages and provide the perfect way to enjoy fun as a family. This is a free event held every Thursday evening in June and the park is found at 3531 West End Avenue in Nashville.

If you want to enjoy outdoor movie fun, all of these ongoing events provide something special in Nashville. You can bring the entire family and enjoy fun, food and a cool movie together.

 

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