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  • Welcome to the official Film/Art Gallery collection of the vintage original Nashville posters, where we provide a substantial choice of artwork for one of cinema's ultimate films.

    Nashville is an American satirical musical ensemble comedy-drama film released in 1975. Directed by Robert Altman, the film follows various people involved within the country and gospel music businesses in Nashville, Tennessee, over a five-day period, leading up to a gala concert for a populist outsider running for President.

    The movie is usually noted for its scope. It contains 24 main characters, an hour's worth of musical numbers, and multiple storylines. Its large ensemble cast includes David Arkin, Barbara Baxley, Ned Beatty, Karen Black, Ronee Blakley, Timothy Brown, and more.

    The screenplay for Nashville was written by Altman's frequent collaborator, Joan Tewkesbury, based partly on her experiences as an outsider visiting the town and observing its local music industry. Several incidents she experienced appear within the finished film, though Altman improvised numerous additional scenes and storylines during filming. The film was shot on location in Nashville in 1974.

    Nashville was released by Paramount Pictures during the summer of 1975 and opened to largely positive reviews. It garnered numerous accolades, including five Academy Award nominations, winning for Best Original Song for Carradine's track "I'm Easy". The film was also nominated for 11 Golden Globe Awards, the most number of nominations received by one film.

    Selected for preservation within USA National Film Registry in 1992, it's now considered Altman's master work of art, and one among the best films of all time.

    Film/Art Gallery's movie posters are original prints and film poster collectibles. These are original Nashville movie posters. We don't carry reproductions or reprints of any kind.