Gus Cutty presents his latest Hip-Hop Film Series selection, tickets go on sale for a one-night screening of Martin Scorsese’s new Bob Dylan documentary at the Fine Arts Theatre and more.
Activists with the Health Equity Coalition are organizing a Friday, May 24, community forum to explore how the $1.5 billion Dogwood Health Trust, created from the sale of Mission Health, offers the prospect of “life-changing” investments in the wellbeing of residents in 18 Western North Carolina counties. Also, it’s time to strive to drive less in the runup to the Strive Beyond Summit at Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. in Mills River on Friday, May 31, from 3-5 p.m.
Four chapters in local filmmakers Carolyn Crowder and Rod Murphy’s documentary profile series about Presbyterian ministers in the Civil Rights Era will be screened at the Fine Arts Theatre on May 2.
Katie Damien’s feature-length comedy will be screened on May 9 at the Fine Arts Theatre.
The Cat Fly Film Fest returns for its third year with its most ambitious offerings to date.
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.
The Reel Rock 13 film tour plays Diana Wortham, the monthly Asheville Filmmaker Mixer offers table reads for local screenwriters and more.
The Asheville Film Society screens “The Great Dictator” at the Fine Arts Theatre, Mountain Marquee opens in Marion and more.
The Grail is the local host for the third Art House Theater Day, the Fine Arts screens a Miles Davis documentary with the musician’s friend and collaborator Quincy Troupe in attendance and more.
Montreat College and Brevard College lacrosse players are featured in a new ESPN Films documentary, the Fine Arts hosts the world premiere of Katie Damien’s new comedy and more.
Asheville AIA and the Fine Arts Theatre screen a documentary on a high school design program in Bertie County and more.
“The continuation of the Asheville Film Society in Asheville (and in a downtown location) helps to enrich our culture here, and its demise would be a sad thing.”
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.
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.
Joshua Overbay’s “Luke & Jo” screens at the Fine Arts, Pack Library begins a fantasy film series and more.
The Fine Arts Theatre and Women AdvaNCe team for an advance screening of “RBG,” James Rosario launches a film noir series at the Fairview Library and more.
Challenges abound in the independent exhibition business, but local cinemas continue to provide distinct, valued services.
The 5Point Film Festival moves to Sierra Nevada, the Asheville Jewish Film Festival concludes with a documentary about Itzhak Perlman and more.
New Belgium screens a documentary about disappearing snow seasons, the 90-Second Newbery Film Festival returns to Pack Library and more.
The Asheville Jewish Film Festival begins at the Fine Arts Theatre, the Grail shows a new Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds concert film and more.
Poison Free Asheville screens a documentary about mountain lion P-22 at UNCA, the Fine Arts shows a profile on Alice Walker and more.