The YWCA screens a documentary on immigrant prisons at the Grail and Maryedith Burrell leads a workshop on adapting one’s work for the screen.
The No Man’s Land Film Festival heads to New Belgium, while the Grail screens a documentary on rock climbing in the Carolinas.
Submissions are being accepted for the inaugural Asheville Comedy Short Film Competition.
“The teacher in the book, Ms. Bird, comes off as an old and ugly schoolmarm,” Trudrung says. “I wanted to play up her femininity.” Inspirations for the role included Kellyanne Conway and Jeffrey Dahmer.
The latest Silent Sundays features insights on Harold Lloyd’s stunt double, while Asheville 10-Minute Movies finds a new home at The Grey Eagle.
UNCA hosts its ninth Human Rights Film Festival and the Grail screens a documentary on childhood toxic stress.
Casting director Erica S. Bream will lend her expertise to the monthly Asheville Filmmaker Mixer and tickets for the Asheville Jewish Film Festival are now on sale.
Asheville native Guerin Piercy is the art director for a new YouTube series and “David Holt’s State of Music” receives a grant for its fourth season.
The CatVideoFest slinks to Grail Moviehouse, Asheville native Selena Lauterer shares her series of short films about Boone and more.
**UPDATED FEB. 21** Biltmore’s latest exhibit features Gilded Age costumes by Academy Award winner John Bright, White Horse hosts a rare screening of Julie Dash’s “Daughters of the Dust” and more.
Tickets for March’s popular Fly Fishing Film Tour go on sale, Morgan’s Comics organizes a Nerd Expedition to see “Alita: Battle Angel” and more.
Local filmmaker Jill Boniske launches a Kickstarter campaign for her new documentary, Pack Library kicks off its “Janeane Garofathon” and more.
Erin Derham’s new film will makes its world premiere at SXSW, The Grail’s Silent Sunday series spotlights rare North Carolina shorts and more.
The NC Film Critics Association’s Ken Hanke Memorial Tar Heel Award goes to Lucas Hedges, The Purple Onion screens documentaries about hemlock preservation and more.
The UNCA chapter of the International Socialist Organization hosts a screening of “Sorry to Bother You,” December’s Asheville Filmmaker Mixer is rescheduled and more.
BMCM+AC concludes its Jacob Lawrence exhibition with a trio of short documentaries, the Weaverville library screens an Australian western and more.
For every “Masterminds,” there’s a story of various factors that have derailed a major project from setting up shop in Western North Carolina.
Scott Douglas and Francis X. Friel pick their way through “a reasonable overview of a perfectly acceptable year at the movies.” 2018, they said, involved watching many good films but only a “very few great ones.”
“Roma” wins SEFCA’s Best Film of 2018 award, Asheville comedian Hilliary Begley stars in Netflix’s “Dumplin’” and more.
A wealth of Christmas films will be shown this week at area breweries, libraries, movie theaters and event spaces.
Pack Library and The Orange Peel screen holiday favorites, Pisgah Film Project brings “Free Solo” to Brevard and more.