One of Robin Williams' last completed films was 2014's Boulevard, which filmed in Nashville and screened at this year's Nashville Film Festival in April.
The actor/comic, 63, was found dead in his California home Monday of a possible suicide.
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Boulevard, which also stars Bob Odenkirk ("Breaking Bad") and Kathy Baker ("Picket Fences"), filmed in Nashville in 2013. The work, directed by Dito Montiel, premiered this March at the Tribeca Film Festival before making its way to the Nashville Film Festival.
The work is about a man in a marriage of convenience who is "forced to confront his secret life." When shooting began in Nashville in May 2013, the call went out for a colorful cast of extras. The open casting call at Watkins College of Art, Design & Film searched for "a wide variety of interesting character types," including "drag queens, transvestites, really old people, nutty and crazy characters, ghetto types, male hustlers, Asian/Indian men and women, plus-size men and women, drunkard and homeless types, Renaissance festival types who are not in full costume, angry oddballs, little people and funky alternative types."
Williams did not return to Nashville this April when Boulevard was screened at the Nashville Film Festival because of scheduling conflicts with other filming.