Open Ears Concerts presents a special screening of the documentary film FOLK (http://www.folkdocumentary.com). An audience favorite at the Nashville Film Festival, the film follows three singer-songwriters, ages 30 to 60, as they navigate the quirky sub-culture of American folk. A musical tradition that once saw the likes of Woody Guthrie and Bob Dylan reach stardom, folk today rarely breaks into the mainstream. Instead, folk is heard at house concerts — where a new breed of mini music moguls roll back the furniture and host their favorite artists for a crowd of 20 or 30 friends; at jammed, 24/7 folk conferences — where would-be stars trade social networking tips by day and gig at night down long corridors of hotel rooms turned into micro-clubs seating 5 or 6 people; and in tiny bars and the occasional festival, set well back along the blue highways of America. FOLK is a verite character study which is part music documentary and part road trip movie — a multi-layered examination of these three artists at dramatically different points in their lives, each faced with the same challenge of how to be heard in the 21st-century version of this distinctly American art form. Featuring: Hilary Adamson of The Flyin’ A’s, Dirk Hamilton, and the trio of John Elliott, Raina Rose and Anthony da Costa. Director Sara Terry and some of the featured musicians will be in attendance for a Q&A session following the screening.