Grammy Nominee Linda Chorney’s hit docudrama When I Sing will be screening at the Franklin International Indie Film Festival on Friday November 2, 2018 from 8-11 PM CDT.
When I Sing by Grammy Nominee Linda Chorney is BASED ON A TRUE STORY : Funny, irreverent, heartfelt, and real, with Linda Chorney playing herself, this is the story of a singer-songwriter’s wild ride toward finally being “almost famous” after thirty years of gigging on the road. Will being the first truly independent musician nominated for a Grammy be her big break — or break her?
Tennessee Women In Film and Media (TWIFM) is the
Organizer of FRANKLIN INTERNATIONAL INDIE FILM FESTIVAL
Tennessee Women in Film and Media is a public non-profit organizations dedicated to promoting equal opportunities in the film, television and all screen based media, encouraging creative projects, expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. We champion the work of local filmmakers as welln. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, we are happy to represent. Founded in 2015, TWIFM focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all people working in the entertainment community.
Get your tickets to the screening of the Award Winning docudrama When I Sing by Grammy Nominee Linda Chorney on Eventbrite here:
The official website for When I Sing may be found at http://www.WhenISing.com
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