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Welcome to Shelbyville: The Panel Discussion

Published on May 23, 2011 By Joe Pagetta

Part of the NPT co-presented ITVS Community Cinema Nashville series, we screened the Independent Lens documentary “Welcome to Shelbyville” last week at the downtown Nashville Public Library. The film examines a community, 60 miles from Nashville, struggling in an economic downtown with a burgeoning immigrant population. A panel discussion followed with director Kim Snyder and […]

NPT Invites You to Shelbyville

Published on May 13, 2011 By Joe Pagetta

The Nashville Public Television and national PBS broadcast of Welcome to Shelbyville is just around the corner (Tuesday, May 24 at 9:00 p.m.) But tomorrow, at the Nashville Downtown Public Library, NPT viewers can get a more personal experience with the film. Join NPT and ITVS Community Cinema Nashville at 2:30pm for a free reception, […]

Screenings and Civil War Songs and More: an Amazing May at NPT

Published on May 4, 2011 By Joe Pagetta

There’s always plenty going on here at NPT, both on and off-air, but May is particularly busy with screenings and special broadcasts. Here’s a quick round-up: May could easily be called “Freedom Riders Month” with the many events going on to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the historic rides. In addition to the national American […]

Announcing the 2010/11 ITVS Community Cinema Series at Nashville Public Library

Published on September 16, 2010 By Joe Pagetta

We’re proud to announce the 2010/11 season of ITVS Community Cinema in Nashville. Now in its third year in Nashville,  Community Cinema returns with nine compelling documentaries from this year’s lineup on Independent Lens, followed by engaging panel discussions and Q&A sessions.  The free screening series begins in Nashville on October 30 with Reel Injun: […]