The Collider screens Leonardo DiCaprio’s climate change documentary, BMCM+AC examines the German art school that was one of its primary influences and more.
Mountainfilm on Tour stops by Highland Brewing Co., BeLoved Asheville hosts a panel discussion on homelessness after a screening of ‘The Florida Project’ at the Grail, and more.
Four Seasons presents a documentary on patients facing serious illnesses, the Fairview Library hosts an evening with documentarian Jamie Ross and more.
The CCCD hosts a potluck supper, recipe exchange and selection of short films about food and identity, plus other local film news.
The Asheville Ski Club presents Warren Miller’s Line of Descent on Thursday, Oct. 26; The Tryon International Film Festival runs Friday, Oct. 27 through Sunday, Oct. 29; and The Reel Rock 12 film tour stops by Diana Wortham Theatre.
Documentaries about photographer Rosamond Purcell, food waste and craft chocolate are among the week’s special screenings.
The benefit screenings for the Community Housing Coalition of Madison County take place on Friday, Oct. 27, at Mars Hill University’s Belk Auditorium.
Kira Bursky screens her new short film as part of a seven-artist showcase, multiple venues host scary movie series and more.
Local filmmaker Andrew Shearer competes to have the Duplass brothers executive produce his film, Cat Fly hosts a Halloween film festival at Upcountry Brewing and more.
UNC Asheville shows a documentary about a nonspeaking autistic author, Frank Thompson’s coffee table book on William Wellman is available to preorder and more.
Grail Moviehouse celebrates Art House Theater Day, Mechanical Eye brings video artist Madsen Minax to town and more.
The resurrected film festival takes place on Saturday, Sept. 16, at A-B Tech Community College.
A Great American Tapestry has its first screening in over two months, The Joseph Initiative’s film students share their documentary feature and more.
Each week, Xpress highlights notable WNC crowdsourcing initiatives that may inspire readers to become new faces in the crowd. This week features a young rocking horse maker’s art fair entry, a swing dance enthusiast’s revival of old tunes and a musical that aims to counter racial tensions in the U.S.
The Fairview Library teams with Audubon North Carolina to screen a locally-themed nature documentary, Asheville School of Film students premiere their short films, and more.
Proceeds from The Collider’s catered reception and screening of Dr. Jennifer Galvin’s documentary on Saturday, Sept. 9 benefit the Thomas R. Karl Internship Program.
Habitat Brewing hosts an MST3K-like screening, Pack Library celebrated Banned Book Month with a screening of the first Harry Potter film and more.
Asheville Outdoor Cinema joins Wedge Brewing Co., Movies in the Park and other local open air film screenings.
The Collider screens a documentary on North Carolina artist Thomas Sayre, Asheville School of Film offers a Super-8 filmmaking workshop and more.
The Haywood County Public Library begins a documentary series on inequality, Judd Apatow’s Avett Brothers documentary plays one night only at the Fine Arts Theatre and more.
The documentary ‘Racing Extinction’ receives two local screenings, Highland Brewing shows a documentary on the U.S. military’s reduced dependence on fossil fuels and more.