Panels and Events 

• Good luck getting a ticket to Saturday's star-studded "The Evolution of Women Behind the Camera," which gathers Beth Grant, Famke Janssen, Nicole Kidman and Carrie Preston to talk about their efforts crossing over from acting to producing and directing. In the event a spare seat is available, however, tickets are $25. 4:30 p.m. April 21, Green Hills

• This could be one of the best panels you see all week: The Nashville Civic Design Center's Gary Gaston leads a screening of "Design Your Neighborhood," a documentary charting a four-week project in which inner-city kids were given the opportunity to do just what the title says, joining in charrettes with architects, urban planners and other professionals. The post-film panel includes Gaston, Vice Mayor Diane Neighbors, architect Manuel Zeitlin, one of the workshop participants, and filmmaker Carolyn McDonald. Free. 2 p.m. April 21, Green Hills

• Following the Sunday screening of Charlie Louvin: Still Rattlin' the Devil's Cage, join filmmakers Blake Judd and Keith Neltner, singer-songwriter Jim Lauderdale, Louvin's manager Brett Steele and moderator and music journalist Peter Cooper as they discuss the late country great's life and legacy. The $12 ticket includes the screening and panel. 3:30 p.m. April 22, Green Hills

• So you just keep intruding upon the real-life events you're trying to record unobtrusively, eh? Dorothy Henckel from The Documentary Channel leads a discussion of how to minimize the uncertainty principle in "Tear Down That Wall! Secrets of the Invisible Lens." Free. Noon April 23, Liberty Party Tent

Delia Ephron, the journalist, best-selling author (How to Eat Like a Child) and screenwriter (You've Got Mail), hosts a one-on-one appearance and book signing. $15. 5:30 p.m. April 25, Green Hills

• Learn the secrets of song placement from the music supervisors who've given everything from Glee to The Shield their distinctive soundtracks. Evyen Klean (Hemingway & Gellhorn, Game Change), Tricia Holloway (Middle Men, Honey 2), PJ Bloom (Glee, American Horror Story), Wende Crowley (Easy A, Friends with Benefits), Jenee Deangelis (Cold Case) and Michael Freeman, music producer with Ogilvy & Mather, will offer two panels: the first open to the general public for $15, the second more intensive and open only to publishers and industry professionals for $45. First panel 1:30 p.m. April 24, Green Hills; second panel 10 a.m. April 25, Green Hills

• Wind down and rest your eyes at the Closing Night Party, with catering by Whole Foods and musical entertainment by The Brooklyn Brothers, whose film Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best screens 8 p.m. April 25. (We hear there may also be a surprise guest performing a signature tune.) Admission is $35 or free with a laminate. 9 p.m. April 26, W.O. Smith Music School, 1125 8th Ave. S.

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