Mars Hill screens a documentary on Wendell Berry, the monthly Asheville Filmmaker Mixer features a panel of actors and more.
Crossnore School & Children’s Home hosts a screening of a documentary on Adverse Childhood Experiences, Asheville School of Film shares its latest student films and more.
Asheville AIA and the Fine Arts Theatre screen a documentary on a high school design program in Bertie County and more.
Asheville Brewing launches a video contest, Hi-Wire’s Summer of Will film series concludes and more.
Wedge at Foundation hosts LUNAFEST, featuring short films by women filmmakers, Silent Sundays return to the Grail and more.
Gus Cutty and the Grail join forces for a hip-hop film series, Upstairs Art Gallery and the Tryon Theatre present a documentary on artist David Hockney and more.
The Grail, Malaprop’s and Asheville Art Museum team up to screen a documentary on scientific illustrator Renaldo Kuhler, World Peas Animations offers a pair of Movie Making Summer Camps and more.
Geologist of Animal Collective and local musicians Michael Flanagan and Adam McDaniel perform an improvised score to “Persona” at Revolve, the Grail celebrates the 50th anniversary of “Yellow Submarine” and more.
The Fine Arts Theatre screens Black Mountain College alumnus Arthur Penn’s “Bonnie and Clyde,” The Grey Eagle combines “Spice World” with a Spice Girls dance party and more.
Canadian touring artist Rozalind MacPhail leads a workshop on live film scoring and shares her craft at a screening, Asheville Pizza & Brewing shows “Logan Noir” and more.
Joshua Overbay’s “Luke & Jo” screens at the Fine Arts, Pack Library begins a fantasy film series 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.
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.