With the Oscars looming on Sunday, here's a look back at some of the movies shot in and around Knoxville and East Tennessee.
Based on the novel A Death In the Family by Knoxville author James Agee, the 1963 film All the Way Home brought star Jean Simmons to Knoxville for the tale of a young boy and his mother dealing with the death of his father.
1965's The Fool Killer starred Anthony Perkins, just two years after his breakout role in Psycho, and is based off a book of the same name by Helen Eustis.
Lana Wood also had a role in the movie, the story of a young boy on the run after leaving home due to the harsh treatment from his parents.
1970's A Walk In the Spring Rain , based on the Rachel Maddux novel of the same name, brought two of Hollywood's biggest names to East Tennessee: Anthony Quinn and Ingrid Bergman.
The movie tells the story of Quinn's and Bergman's characters affair, and the consequences it means for their families.
The 1973 film Lolly-Madonna XXX told the tale of two families in Tennessee whose feud escalates.
It starred Jeff Bridges, Rod Steiger and Gary Busey, and was based off the Sue Grafton novel The Lolly-Madonna War.
Homer Hickam's autobiography Rocket Boys: A Memoir was the basis for the 1999 film October Sky, which was filmed in many different areas of East Tennessee.
The film starred Jake Gyllenhaal, Laura Dern and Chris Cooper in what has since been cited as Gyllenhaal's breakout role. In fact, he was still a student at Columbia University at the time.