The Kingsport Renaissance Center is conveniently located on E. Center Street. Visitors may easily access the facility from I-181 (I-26) by taking exit 4 (old exit 51), Wilcox Drive, and proceeding 3.1 miles to Center Street. At E. Center Street take a left and the facility will be on your right as you top the hill.
Kingsport Public Library
400 Broad Street, Kingsport, TN. 37660
Kingsport Higher Ed Center
300 W. Market St.
Kingsport, TN 37660-4222
1901 Meadowview Parkway
Kingsport, Tennessee 37660 USA
Pellissippi State Community College
Hardin Valley Campus 10915 Hardin Valley Road, Knoxville, TN , 37932
Note: (Locations may be added. Stay updated with us for future locations)
All venues are handicap accessible.
|"Three Apples Fall"
Best Live Action Children's Film
THREE APPLES FALL is an adaptation of an old Estonian fairy tale by Arkansas writer Sally McCluskey. The script was the winner of the 2005 Cape Fear Independent Film Network screenplay competition. It teaches us the lesson of not judging those we meet by their appearance. THREE APPLES FALL stars Bonnie Johnson as Adepta, Aaron Mills as Novichio, Judy DuBose as Olympia, and Leah Parker as Tessa. The movie was directed by Alex Dale, and produced and edited by Linda Warden. Eric Peterson was the Director of Photography and the Costume Designer was Susan Oliver. The score was composed and performed by Chuck Agresta. THREE APPLES FALL was filmed entirely at Poplar Grove Plantation in Wilmington, NC.