Poison Free Asheville screens a documentary about mountain lion P-22 at UNCA, the Fine Arts shows a profile on Alice Walker and more.
UNC Asheville hosts its 17th annual F-Word (Feminist) Film Festival, Michael Flanagan and other musicians live improvise a score to “House (Hausu)” at The Mothlight and more.
Orbit DVD brings found footage video remixers Everything Is Terrible! to The Mothlight, Palestinian filmmaker and Asheville resident Yousef Natsha screens his documentary at The BLOCK off biltmore and more.
Producers, editors and cinematographers play distinct roles in getting a film started and completed.
Area organizations screen documentaries on healing, mass incarceration, resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline and ending weight stigma and more.
Two community groups hold potluck supper screenings of a documentary on civil rights movement leader Bayard Rustin, the Bywater concludes its Swayze Crazy movies series and more.
Pack Library celebrates the Chinese New Year with Stephen Chow’s “The Mermaid,” Mars Hill University kicks off its Reel Appalachia film series with a Ralph Stanley documentary and more.
The soft deadline for local kids to submit a minute and a half film adaptation of a John Newbery Medal-winner or Honor book is Feb. 14. The festival itself takes place April 14.
Revolve host the Frame + Form Screen Dance Festival, the Fine Arts Theatre screens a documentary on Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo and more.
The oral history project about Southern Presbyterian ministers’ activism during the Civil Rights era premieres Jan. 28 at White Horse Black Mountain.
White Horse Black Mountain continues its Movies and Meaning series, Casablanca Cigar Bar screens its namesake film and more.
The NC Film Critics Association’s Ken Hanke Memorial Tar Heel Award goes to “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” the Grail and Planned Parenthood commemorate the 45th of Roe v. Wade and more.
Brevard High School screens a documentary of sharecropper oral histories, the Screen Artists Co-op holds an open house and more.
“Get Out” wins SEFCA’s Best Film of 2017 award and the Parodies for Charity traveling film festival makes multiple stops in the area over the next week.
Rock Eblen launches a crowdsourcing campaign to fund his film “Amy’s Alien,” a musical with a sci-fi twist that centers on school bullying.
Asheville-based hammered dulcimer player Joshua Messick releases a short documentary, Asheville Brewing unwraps its 7 Days of Classic Christmas Movies series and more.
“I’ve been doing this Christmas show for 12 years,” Waters says. “Even when I made all the movies, I use to always do a show called This Filthy World or An Evening with John Waters. It began when I use to tour with the movies to introduce them. I’ve always had a stage show of some kind or other — I never gave up on Vaudeville.”
Spoiler Alert! takes place at The BLOCK off Biltmore on Thursday, Dec. 14, Pure Yoga hosts a screening of ‘What is Real? The Story of Jivamukti Yoga,’ submissions are being accepted for Asheville’s 90-Second Newbery Film Festival, and more.
The Grail and Asheville Jewish Community Center present a documentary about Israel’s influential Farag photography business, Pack Library offers a Star Wars refresher and more.
UNCA and Grail Moviehouse celebrate silent cinema, the Frame + Form Screen Dance Festival deadline nears and more.
The third film in the North Asheville Library’s Indigenous American History documentary series screens Nov. 29.