Presented by Arts Build and Tennessee Entertainment Commission
Hundreds of movies have been filmed in Tennessee or dealt with Tennessee subject matter—thousands if you count Elvis movies—and who better than Joe Bob Briggs to separate the crap from the crapola and tell you:
• Why Nashville still hates Robert Altman even though he’s dead.
• Why you should never make a movie about Andrew Johnson.
• Why 50 percent of all country music movies feature Ferlin Husky.
• And, why we don’t care about the Battle of Franklin.
Using hundreds of stills and clips from the history of the Volunteer State—and telling us what Tennesseans volunteered for in the first place—Joe Bob delivers the third in his ongoing Chattanooga Film Festival series of presentations about the dark underbelly of southern film.