Gov. Cooper’s Phase 3 allows North Carolina movie theaters to reopen at limited capacities and with significant restrictions.
The N.C. festival is increasing access with a weeklong virtual event, outdoor entertainment ramps up in October and more area arts news.
“Monsterland,” an eight-episode TV series based on the award-winning writer’s anthology “North American Lake Monsters,” will be released in full on Hulu on Friday, Oct. 2.
“A Pastoral Palette Resized: Rural Spaces for the Soul” opens Oct. 4, Urban Combat Wrestling turns one and other area arts news.
Hannah Kepple plays Moon on the hit series, local cultural institutions receive a boost from the Asheville Area Arts Council and other arts news.
Jeff Corpening’s three-part anthology movie plays digital festivals in Burbank and Raleigh, Rabbit Rabbit opens, plus other local arts news.
The Fairview-based artist examines women’s roles in society; plus information on upcoming works, contests and the return of movie theater popcorn.
The independent movie theater will open Sept. 11 at the earliest and hold a pop-up screening Sept. 5 at plēb urban winery.
Regina Lynch-Hudson’s four new short films are available to view via the Swannanoa Valley Museum & History Center’s website.
The independent theater has been at 45 S. French Broad Ave. for just over four years.
Western Carolina University’s annual showcase of student films will screen online May 8.
The documentary series’ third installment features Asheville resident Aurora Gantz.
While temporarily closed, Asheville-area movie theaters will creatively engage with patrons online.
Zimbabwean filmmaker Saki Mafundikwa leads events at UNCA and REVOLVE, and the monthly Asheville Filmmaker Mixer gets social at Highland Brewing.
The Women’s Adventure Film Tour returns and The Grey Eagle hosts a Phish-centric evening.
Firestorm hosts the U.S. premiere of a film based on an Asheville writer’s book, and the submission period begins for the 2020 Micropolitan Film Festival.
The weekend-long gathering focuses on seven films’ potential for social change.
Two WNC farmers are featured in a new health care documentary and the monthly Asheville Filmmaker Mixer features a Producers Panel Q&A.
The Dr. Wesley Grant Sr. Southside Center plays host to a screening of “Selma” and a community discussion, Frank Thompson records a notable film commentary and more.
A documentary about the Poor People’s Campaign has its local debut.
The North Carolina Film Critics announce winner of the Ken Hanke Memorial Tar Heel Award and other honors for 2019, and the next Asheville Filmmaker Mixer features local documentarian Paul Bonesteel.