Out of the Picture 

When it comes to State Film-Incentive Funds, Nashville writes the script and Memphis is left scrambling for bit parts.

On a muggy Wednesday morning, Parkway Village seems suspended in amber. Rows of 1970s homes line the streets of this Southeast Memphis neighborhood — modest ranch-style houses with slightly sloping roofs all in the same brown hue. In the 1970s, "Quarry" might…

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