Film Fest Report: Sold-out shows

Movies at the Asheville Film Festival are selling out quickly. For a list of the sold-out shows, check the official festival site, which will be updated throughout the festival.

So far, 17 films have sold out, including the features Blood Car, How Much Do You Love Me?, Simple Things, The List, Under the Same Moon, Wholetrain and Year of the Fish. The documentaries Greensboro: Closer to the Truth, Kilowatt Ours and Moving Midway. Various short and student films have also sold out.

Hoping to see one of these but didn’t get a ticket? Don’t despair. Festival organizers, by 5 p.m. Saturday, will select one movie to show again based on its “buzz.” The selected movie will be shown again at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at Diana Wortham Theatre.

— David Forbes, staff writer


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  1. I saw “Ghost Town” this afternoon, wonderful movie even if it did have my name in the credits (way down there). ;-)

    My short film “The Amazing Flying Chair” is playing at the Asheville Rejects Film Festival tomorrow. All in all, a good weekend for film makers in Asheville!

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