“Do we need an actual Asheville Film Festival? It’s a great invitation to explore, and it clearly just needs a commitment to leadership and a budget.”
“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 an inspirational documentary and there’s still time to register for the Asheville 48 Hour Film Project.
Wedge at Foundation hosts LUNAFEST, featuring short films by women filmmakers, Silent Sundays return to the Grail and more.
Local teams compete in the 48 Hour Film Project, The Burger Bar kicks off a weekly horror film double feature series and more.
The Collider hosts the premiere of Asheville filmmaker Dayna Reggero’s ‘The Story We Want,’ the 48 Hour Film Project winners are announced and more.
The public will get a chance to view the final films Tuesday, June 20. through Thursday, June 22, at Asheville Brewing Co.
The Grail screens a documentary on rehabilitation specialist Dr. John Sarno, registration closes for the 48 Hour Film Project and more.
Actress Charlotte Abell represents Asheville at Seattle’s Filmapalooza, Mechanical Eye reschedules its screenwriting workshop with Arpita Kumar and more.
Each week, Xpress highlights notable WNC crowdsourcing initiatives that may inspire readers to become new faces in the crowd. This week features an art teacher’s 100-piece oil pastel project, an archiving project by Asheville Global Report and a teen filmmaker’s trip to the 48 Hour Film Project awards.
The new Sparklehorse documentary screens in Sylva, film historian Frank Thompson delves into the works of John Ford and the 2016 Asheville 48 Hour Film Project winners are announced.
Seventeen locally (and quickly) made films will premiere at Asheville Brewing Co., from Tuesday-Thursday, June 21-23.
North Asheville Library hosts David Bowie film series, registration nears for the 48 Hour Film Project and a Brevard-based filmmaker wins an Emmy.
Each week, Xpress highlights notable WNC crowdsourcing initiatives that may inspire readers to become new faces in the crowd. This week features a project to equip a youth cheerleading team with uniforms and other supplies; a local film collective’s contribution to a global project; plus one parent’s quest to improve Oakley Elementary School’s playground.
This week in local moviemaking, Asheville 48 Hour Film Project winners are named, a new silent film series launches and WCU’s Controlled Chaos Film Festival screens student work.
The Asheville 48 Hour Film Project came to a close this evening, as far as the filming and editing are concerned, but the week’s activities are only just beginning for the public.
The payoff for this year’s sleepless local filmmakers is your attendance at the videos’ official screenings at Asheville Pizza and Brewing Co. on Tuesday, June 23 through Thursday, June 25, at 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. each night.
A documentary on the Tarahumara tribe, registration for the 48 Hour Film Project, results of the 8th annual Music Video Asheville and more.
Festival season is in full bloom, and it seems as if there’s a celebration or gathering for just about everyone. Most of them involve stages featuring live music, imbibed along with pints of cold beer. This weekend, however, puts a spin on that tried-and-true formula. The 48 Hour Film Project, a national short film competition, […]
More than 120 films were submitted for the National Film Challenge. The jury narrowed that list to 15 currently being considered for Audience Choice voting. Among them is “Joint Effort” by Asheville team Gorilla with a Mustache. Voting is open through Wednesday, Dec. 18.
Winning films screened at the Fine Arts Theatre last night. Didn’t get to go? We have some the award-garnering films right here.