Bluegrass Plays Huge Part in San Diego's First Music Film Festival!

Image635495518997600722The Point Music Film Festival is a new San Diego-based, music only film festival set to debut on November 8th, 2014. The festival was created to celebrate the world of music and documentary films.

The mission is to support today’s best independent filmmakers, while enhancing the diversity of San Diego’s cultural landscape. The Festival will premiere 10 films with live music at the 10th Avenue Arts Center in downtown San Diego during the city’s Beer Week, providing an intimate gathering for fans and creators.

Billed as San Diego’s first "music only" film festival, the Point Music Film Festival will feature 10 films, including bluegrass favorites such as “Making History with Pioneers of Bluegrass,” “The Tao of Bluegrass,” and “Mandolin in B: The Herschel Sizemore Story” plus country music’s “Heartworn Highways” as well as the highly acclaimed documentary about John Lennon, “Rubber Soul” and more.

Festival goers will be treated to performances from 6 musical groups including headliner James Reams & The Barnstormers featuring legendary fiddler, Blaine Sprouse.

Further information is available on the festival website. Tickets can be purchased online through Brown Paper Tickets. For questions contact the event coordinators at pointmusicfest@gmail.com.

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