The Asheville-based multi-hyphenate discusses her varied work on the acclaimed new film.
Grail Moviehouse hosts Art House Theater Day screenings and videographer Rebecca MacNeice vies for an Emmy.
The Fine Arts Theatre hosts an advance screening of “Downton Abbey,” complete with a costume contest.
Pisgah Film House opens Sept. 5 in downtown Brevard.
Local writer L.D. Donahue hosts a full-cast reading of his new Asheville-set screenplay at Pack Memorial Library on Aug. 29.
Chicago-based filmmaker Peter Collins Campbell has launched a Kickstarter campaign to complete post-production on his Asheville-shot feature debut.
Asheville-based filmmaker Emma Keehan enjoys festival success while two actors with local ties appear in Quentin Tarantino’s new movie.
**UPDATE: Llama appearance postponed, movie will take place as scheduled.** Asheville Brewing hosts a party with llamas and a llama-starring film, while Silent Sundays return to the Grail.
“The Coup” wins Best Film at the 2019 Asheville 48 Hour Film Project and Blue Ridge Pride screens an Italian comedy at its next Movie & Mixer Summer Film Series event.
The Grail screens a documentary on the band Luxury and the Smoky Mountain Cinema reopens in Waynesville.
Local filmmaker Erin Derham’s taxidermy documentary has its Asheville premiere June 29 at The Orange Peel.
The Grail screens an inspirational documentary and there’s still time to register for the Asheville 48 Hour Film Project.
The Tucson-based husband/wife duo present their book and film combination on June 13 at Malaprop’s.
Movies in the Park spotlights Black Panther, the deadline for Twin Rivers Multimedia Festival submissions is extended and more.
Eric Roberts will be at the Fine Arts Theatre on June 13 for the premiere of his new locally-filmed thriller.
On the eve of his retirement, film historian Chip Kaufmann reflects on his 36 years in Asheville.
Gus Cutty presents his latest Hip-Hop Film Series selection, tickets go on sale for a one-night screening of Martin Scorsese’s new Bob Dylan documentary at the Fine Arts Theatre and more.
The Swannanoa Valley Museum and History Center launches a Summer Historic Documentary Series and local actor Drez Ryan books a recurring role on a new HBO series.
Asheville-based filmmaker Rod Murphy teams with WCU for a video series on the opioid epidemic, Movies in the Park returns and more.
Four chapters in local filmmakers Carolyn Crowder and Rod Murphy’s documentary profile series about Presbyterian ministers in the Civil Rights Era will be screened at the Fine Arts Theatre on May 2.
Katie Damien’s feature-length comedy will be screened on May 9 at the Fine Arts Theatre.