Date: 6/25/18 Time In: 1:01 pm Time Out: 1:28 pm Lessons #6-8 This journal entry has been a long time coming... Read More >>
While Tennessee is largely known in the art and entertainment world for its notable music scenes (particularly in hotspots like Nashville and Memphis), Tennessee also affords a surprisingly popular backdrop for local, regional and major film productions, thanks in part to a diversity of natural and urban scenery and generous incentives by the state. Tennessee has provided shooting sites for such films as Cast Away, Walk the Line, Country Strong, October Sky, and The Green Mile, among many others, as well as for popular television series like 'Nashville.'
The people you see featured on this page are all filmmakers and film professionals who have demonstrated a commitment to the highest quality standards as students/graduates of the Film Connection Film Institute in Tennessee. These talented people have all been mentored and trained on the set and in real production companies by some of the top filmmakers in our industry, and each is highly qualified for any professional film services you might happen to have. Please consult their professional websites for more information on the services they offer.
If you would like more information on a one-on-one film apprenticeship with the Film Connection Film Institute, click here.
Latest Blog Entries from Tennessee Film Connection Students
Blog 11 Session #11 1/24/18 10:00a.m. – 6:30p.m. Today we did a recreation of a scene from the film Brigsby Bear... Read More >>
I am a little late to the blog game. The first couple of weeks were kind of slow so I didn't feel the need to post about them but I will still review! I have learned so much the past couple months and I have absolutely loved this program... Read More >>
Blog 10 Session #10 1/10/17 11:00am – 3:30pm The day’s lesson with Buck and fellow RRFC student Paige consisted of an in-depth lesson on the basics of the Adobe CC Suite (i... Read More >>
Blog 9 Session #9 3:00pm – 7:30pm 1/3/18 For the first two hours of the day was a lesson on basic lighting... Read More >>