Nashville Film Festival To Premiere 'Billy: The Early Years'
September 12, 2008 at 8:14 AM (PT)
The NASHVILLE FILM FESTIVAL will premiere the new movie "BILLY: The Early Years" on OCTOBER 2nd at the REGAL GREEN HILLS CINEMA in the of GREEN HILLS section of NASHVILLE. The RED CARPET festivities will begin at 6p (CT), and the film begins showing at 6:45p (CT). Tickets will go on sale WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th at www.nashvillefilmfestival.org.
"BILLY: The Early Years" is based on the early life of evangelist BILLY GRAHAM and stars ARMIE HAMMER as BILLY GRAHAM, STEFANIE BUTLER as RUTH BELL GRAHAM, KRISOFFER POLAHA as a young CHARLES TEMPLETON and MCA NASHVILLE artist JOSH TURNER as GEORGE BEVERLY SHEA. RCA/NASHVILLE's SARA EVANS sings the first single from the film's soundtrack, "Low," which was just released to Country radio.
The cast of the film is expected to walk the RED CARPET, along with EVANS, Director ROBBY BENSON and the film's Producer/soundtrack's Executive Producer, ANASTASIA BROWN. A post-screening reception will also be held at BISTRO 215, next to the theatre in GREEN HILLS.
For more info visit www.nashvillefilmfestival.org, and check out the movie's
official website at www.billytheearlyyears.com.