Different Strokes Performing Arts Collective presents Abe Lincoln and Uncle Tom in the White House. Plus, Grail Moviehouse screens Wattstax, an Asheville author recounts her experience reporting on cults and Historic Johnson Farm’s History Bites series returns.
Gov. Cooper’s Phase 3 allows North Carolina movie theaters to reopen at limited capacities and with significant restrictions.
The independent movie theater will open Sept. 11 at the earliest and hold a pop-up screening Sept. 5 at plēb urban winery.
While temporarily closed, Asheville-area movie theaters will creatively engage with patrons online.
Western North Carolina, which, despite a paucity of ethnic and racial diversity demographically, boasts a wide range of global culinary representation.
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 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.
The Silent Sundays series returns with a Baby Peggy feature.
A-B Tech hosts a screening of short films about immigrant justice and the Grail shows a documentary about Washington, D.C.’s punk rock scene.
The latest Silent Sundays features adventure films while two venues host a recent documentary about combatting climate change.
The 50/50 On The Water Film Tour and Manhattan Short Film Festival play Asheville this week.
Grail Moviehouse hosts Art House Theater Day screenings and videographer Rebecca MacNeice vies for an Emmy.
**UPDATE: Llama appearance postponed, movie will take place as scheduled.** Asheville Brewing hosts a party with llamas and a llama-starring film, while Silent Sundays return to the Grail.
The Grail screens a documentary on the band Luxury and the Smoky Mountain Cinema reopens in Waynesville.
The Grail screens an inspirational documentary and there’s still time to register for the Asheville 48 Hour Film Project.
“It would be really nice,” Parlamento says, “if somebody fell asleep at the show. I feel like that would be more appropriate to me than somebody talking during the show.”
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.
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 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.
The CatVideoFest slinks to Grail Moviehouse, Asheville native Selena Lauterer shares her series of short films about Boone and more.