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Paul Harrill's feature debut, "Something, Anything," played theatrically in New York in January 2015 to many favorable review

When Paul Harrill's feature debut, Something, Anything, played theatrically in New York in January 2015, it was a New York Times Critic's Pick and was favorably reviewed in the Village Voice, Hollywood Reporter, and Variety, among others.  The reviewer at called it "a work of . . . simple, unforgettable beauty," while Justin Chang in Variety noted that it "marks a quietly assured feature debut for writer-director Paul Harrill."  At the end of the year, it made a number of critics' lists of top ten feature films of year!  The film is now available on ITunes, Netflix, and other venues.  To learn more about Something, Anything, which was nearly all shot in and around Knoxville, visit the official site:

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