Nashville, TN (March 23, 2009)–JamSync’s documentary short, I Came to Nashville, opened March 13th at the Gatlinburg Screenfest in Gatlinburg, TN and will screen next at On Location: Memphis in late April.
The subjects of the documentary include a rock musician from Manchester, England, hit songwriter Geoff Thurman, and Stone Crossing, a musical group that embraces diversity in membership as well as music.
According to director/editor K. K. Proffitt, “We wanted to show artists in Nashville who come here seeking their fortune in the music business. Many people realize that there’s much more to Nashville than country music, but the mainstream media often ignores this.”
I Came to Nashville will screen at On Location: Memphis, which runs fro April 23 through 26, where it will be shown along with Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison.
JamSync opened in 1997 on Music Row as Nashville’s first studio purpose-built for surround sound. Today the facility offers video production and post production as well as audio post production, encoding and DVD authoring.