The Asheville filmed and set Little Sister has its local premiere at The Grail and the Fine Arts hosts a benefit screening of Last Men Standing, co-directed by former Citizen-Times photographer Erin Brethauer.
An Asheville-set zombie film launches a Kickstarter campaign, the Fine Arts screens the latest from ski-film pioneer Warren Miller Entertainment and more.
The Culture Vulture Film Festival returns, Chai Pani’s documentary makes its Asheville debut and the Grail screens a documentary on NC politics starring Zach Galifianakis.
Reel Rock Film Tour stops at Diana Wortham Theatre, the Grail hosts a voting rights film and panel discussion and Frank Thompson’s monthlong horror seminar concludes.
Each week, Xpress highlights notable WNC crowdsourcing initiatives that may inspire readers to become new faces in the crowd. This week features a feature film called Luke & Jo, a new album by a Western Carolina University professor, the Beards of Asheville calendar and a couple’s homesteading video series.
The Grail screens a pro-ERA documentary, the Fine Arts hosts benefit screening for the All Souls Cathedral arts commission and Mechanical Eye presents a doc about Spain’s housing crisis.
Mechanical Eye presents Home Movie Day, the Grail screens a sex trafficking doc and Asheville School of Film students screen their course projects.
For its sophomore Asheville iteration, 5Point Adventure Film Festival expands to four days of movies and outdoor events.
Selections for the second annual Tryon International Film Festival include works from Amy and Robert Redford and Hendersonville director David Weintraub.
Frank Thompson kicks off a monthlong seminar on horror films and Harvest Records teams with The Grail to screen a doc on Sharon Jones.
Grail Moviehouse celebrates Art House Theater Day, the Fine Arts Theatre hosts a benefit screening for the LGBT Elder Advocates of WNC and Flat Rock Cinema screens Manhattan Short Film Festival finalists.
Hi-Wire, Green Man and the West Asheville and Weaverville libraries are among the sites hosting free screenings this week.
The Carolina Cinemark presents a special Edward Snowden event, the Fine Arts plays the new Nick Cave concert film and Grail Moviehouse kicks off its Jewish Film Series.
New Belgium’s Clips Beer and Film Tour stops at Pack Square Park, Sierra Nevada brings the Wild & Scenic Film Festival to its new outdoor amphitheater and Frank Thompson explores Scorsese’s career.
The Grail screens a prison-based documentary with local ties, the West Asheville Library ends one film series and begins another and Wedge and Hi-Wire screen modern classics outdoors.
An Asheville resident fields questions about his time in a cult, Asheville School of Film offers a Film Production Design Weekend Workshop and Asheville Grit sponsors a music video contest with a $2,500 prize.
Local filmmaker Paul Schattel’s indie noir Quiet River makes its Asheville debut Aug. 4 at the Fine Arts Theatre.
The new Sparklehorse documentary screens in Sylva, film historian Frank Thompson delves into the works of John Ford and the 2016 Asheville 48 Hour Film Project winners are announced.
By Marion Thullbery
I grew up with Ken Hanke. He was my best friend in elementary school, and we remained good friends all through high school and into our college and young adult years. During that time, we watched movies — all kinds of movies.
The Grail hosts a night of Indiana Jones fandom, the Fine Arts holds a benefit screening for Asheville Parks and Greenways and BMCM+AC honors M.C. Richards.
The Sad & Beautiful World of Sparklehorse screens locally at The Good Stuff on Thursday, July 21and at the Jackson County Library on Thursday, July 28.