The Asheville natives collaborated on the new thriller, which takes place and was filmed on the North Carolina coast.
Staying afloat for 20 years hasn’t been without its challenges. But Marc McCloud’s credo of “Adapt or die” has helped Orbit DVD weather many a storm.
The filmmaker talks new projects and the city’s moviemaking scene.
Mike Rangel reflects on the business’ run and the decision to sell the Merrimon Avenue location.
Kevin Patrick Murphy reflects on the school’s first decade.
The Asheville area is home to two authors who’ve written books on the film, 30 years apart.
Go behind the scenes of the film and music event with conductor John Jesensky.
David Weintraub discusses his latest film — the 50th produced by the Center for Cultural Preservation.
Fierce Flix, Lisa Smith Teaches and Asheville School of Film teach local kids the art of filmmaking and life skills.
The filmmaker and program director of the Film & TV program at Western Carolina University offers his thoughts on the local film scene.
Director Keith Dunnavant discusses making his latest documentary sports film.
Diana Wortham Theatre hosts a screening of “Homeless: A Human Story,” plus music, poetry and a panel discussion, on June 10.
The Asheville-based production company seeks to shift the values of the independent film industry toward collective care, accountability and liberation.
The city-funded festival ran 2003-09 and brought major filmmakers, actors and films to Asheville.
The Asheville-based author discusses her first film adaptation and the process of writing her second horror novel.
Mike Rangel discusses the difficult but pragmatic decision to stop screening second-run and repertory films.
JP Chalarca discusses his new oral history project, which tells the stories of people who live and work in the West End Clingman Avenue Neighborhood.
Lenny Lenox and Tabitha and Mason McDonald have found success in a local film industry that still has plenty of room to grow.
Local filmmaker David Weintraub examines the history of moonshine in his latest documentary, The Spirits Still Move Them.
The Fine Arts Theatre, Flat Rock Playhouse and Harrah’s Cherokee Center – Asheville face unique challenges on the road to resuming operations.
The YMI Cultural Center and First Congregational United Church of Christ renew their partnership; Asheville Pizza & Brewing reopens its theater; and more area arts news.