3-day PUSH film festival starts Friday in Bristol

BRISTOL, TN/VA – The Birthplace of Country Music Museum is proud to be a venue for the 2nd annual PUSH! Film Festival, presented by Believe in Bristol. PUSH! is a competitive, 3-day celebration of the cinematic and visual arts.

PUSH Film Festival tickets & passes are available online! PUSH! Film Festival will be held Oct. 21-23, 2016 in Historic Downtown Bristol.

Courtesy of Believe in Bristol
Courtesy of Believe in Bristol

Believe: The Movie filmed in Bristol will premiere during the festival as well as writer and director Bobby Farrelly of There’s Something About Mary, Dumb and Dumber, & Shallow Hal! Weekend Passes are $50 until 10/20, $60 beginning 10/21.

Single event & day pass tickets are available at www.pushfilmfest.com/attend/tickets or 276-644-9700.

Director/producer Bobby Farrelly (There’s Something About Mary, Dumb and Dumber) will be part of the opening night events.

In addition to a diverse variety of curated films, the film festival will host a juried competition that devotes categories to Best Tennessee Films and Best Virginia Films (shot in the two states or made by a filmmaker from Tennessee or Virginia), as well as Best Short and Best Feature (open to all films—local, national, and international). This year PUSH! will also be recognizing an Audience Award.

PUSH! will also offer exciting parties and gatherings, along with a variety of educational opportunities for filmmakers and audience members of all ages. Films and workshops will be held across several venues including the museum, the historic, art-deco Paramount Bristol, and the Bristol Public Library.

Click here to read more and purchase tickets.

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