With her appearance in multiple features at the 2017 Edition of the Nashville Film Festival, Rebecca Lines could be looked upon with passionate fervour. This bonafide indie darling is currently in Nashville promoting her films which will see her essay an array of richly diverse characters of note. In “Ain’t No Light But Justice”, she stars as a down and out woman who is trying her utmost to keep a roof over her family’s heads. The dramedy “Millenium Girl” will see Rebecca play a frantic woman trying to survive the infamous Y2K bug scare. “The Sacred Disease” is yet another film where she tackles anxieties as a mother trying to help her daughter cope with an epileptic like disease. Rebecca also can be seen in “The Wilkinson Family Band” as a prostitute who offers some sage advice to a confused teen. Amazingly, Rebecca also 4 projects chosen by the Nashville Filmmakers Guild to screen “In The Spotlight”
It sure looks like Nashville is in for a whole lotta loving for the vivacious Rebecca who this week should be commended as a screen siren. It’s a rare thing to have an actress be the enchanting figure of numerous films and Rebecca is set to intrigue audiences with her warm radiance. At previous film festivals, she’s been dazzling it up in the comedy “Paternity Leave” and enticed us on the web series “Johnny Dynamo” as the seductive ADA Gwen Frazier. The undeniable passion for her craft has certainly translated into some of the most wonderfully magnetic moments onscreen.
The rise of Rebecca Lines is a moment to savour and Nashville as well the world receives her with open arms.