The Grail screens a film made in Asheville nearly 100 years ago, Kevin Peer leads a workshop on activist/advocacy documentary filmmaking and more.
The Asheville production of the feature film “Luke and Jo” wraps after a two-week shoot, registration opens for Asheville School of Film’s Youth Winter Filmmaking sessions 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.
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.
Hi-Wire, Green Man and the West Asheville and Weaverville libraries are among the sites hosting free screenings this week.
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.
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.
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.
Mechanical Eye screens original VHS works from San Francisco’s Artists’ Television Access gallery and Frank Thompson’s June directors course explores Orson Welles at Asheville School of Film.
North Asheville Library screens Elvis musicals, Asheville School of Film offers Film History and Appreciation seminars and registration opens for FierceFlix summer film camp.
The Oakley/South Asheville Library hosts Anime and Art Afternoon, Maryedith Burrell leads a screenwriting workshop at NYS3 and Mechanical Eye Microcinema exceeds its Kickstarter goal.
Each week, Xpress highlights notable WNC crowdsourcing initiatives that may inspire readers to become new faces in the crowd. This week features virtuosic violinist Carl Schmid’s entertainment startup plus a permanent new home for Mechanical Eye Microcinema.
Mechanical Eye launches a Kickstarter campaign, Ten Thousand Villages and the Fine Arts Theatre co-host an Earth Day screening and the West Asheville Library screens “Muppets from Space.”
UNCA hosts the F (feminist)-Word Film Festival, Mechanical Eye presents expanded cinema performances and sign-ups open for Toy Boat’s Ten Minute Movies.
The Magnetic Theatre hosts a festival of local comedy short films, filmmaker O.K. Keyes presents an installation and workshop at Pack Library and Asheville School of Film holds its spring Open House and Filmmaker Mixer.
White Horse’s Movies that Matter series rolls on, Mechanical Eye hosts another Open Screening and “Love Actually” is shown for free on consecutive nights.
This week’s roundup includes screenings of Frenkel Defects, PlantPure Nation and Monsieur Lazhar as well as a fundraising campaign for the documentary short Love Won: The Fight for Marriage Across the South.
This week’s offerings include a documentary screening at UNC Asheville, the continuation of the Movies that Matter series and Home Movie Day events.
The investigative documentary Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret returns to Asheville, a Kickstarter campaign launches for a Cullowhee film and Mechanical Eye Microcinema invites all interested parties to share their short films and videos with a live audience.
From a press release: 11th ANNUAL HOME MOVIE DAY TO TAKE PLACE WORLDWIDE ON OCTOBER 19, 2013 “The films you’ll see at Home Movie Day enable those of us who weren’t around at the time to visit moments like the New York World’s Fair of 1939-40, and I for one can’t get enough of those. […]