Brad Paisley continues his support of the Nashville Film Festival. The country star and his wife, Kimberly Williams Paisley, will be hosts at "La Fete du Cinema: Shaken, Not Stirred," a fundraiser for the annual film event. Nashville's Tennessean.com says Brad will also demonstrate his creativity at the James Bond-inspired gala, but he'll be working with a canvas, not a guitar. He's expected to paint a picture which later in the evening will be auctioned off to bring in more money for the cause. In keeping with the party's suspenseful theme, the location has been kept secret. Tickets run 25-hundred-dollars per couple.
Paisley has been involved with the Nashville Film Festival for the past several years, and last year he made his debut as a film director at the event. His movie "When Mom's Away" had its premiere screening at last year's Nashville Film Festival. Brad made the short film a few years ago. It was inspired by his wife's reaction to leaving him home alone with their son, Huck, when he was still a toddler.