The Nashville Film Festival continues its lineup for the ten-day festival, running May 10 to 19, 2018, with the announcement of 48 additional feature films
NAME OF FILM: AFTER LOUIE
DIRECTOR(S): Vincent Gagliostro
STARRING: Alan Cumming, Zachary Booth, Sarita Choudhury
GENRE: Drama Film
SYNOPSIS: Sam (Alan Cumming) is an artist and activist from ACT UP who lived through the early years of HIV/AIDS struggling with survivor’s guilt. He’s bewildered by the younger generation of gay men until he meets the seductive Braeden (Zachary Booth KEEP THE LIGHTS ON) at a bar late one night. Their pants quickly come down and eventually so does Sam’s guard. An intergenerational relationship blossoms between them—reawakening Sam’s artistic soul and reviving his wilted heart.
NewFest, announced the full 2017 lineup featuring more than 140 LGBT narrative features, documentaries, episodic series and shorts.
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