A Great American Tapestry has its first screening in over two months, The Joseph Initiative’s film students share their documentary feature and more.
The Haywood County Public Library begins a documentary series on inequality, Judd Apatow’s Avett Brothers documentary plays one night only at the Fine Arts Theatre and more.
The documentary ‘Racing Extinction’ receives two local screenings, Highland Brewing shows a documentary on the U.S. military’s reduced dependence on fossil fuels and more.
Asheville Brewing celebrates the 30th anniversary of Spaceballs, free indoor and outdoor screenings abound and more.
Registration opens for Asheville School of Film’s latest Youth Summer Filmmaking Experience course, the Grail and AJCC’s Israel Film Series highlights Natalie Portman’s directorial debut and more.
Creation Care Alliance of WNC hosts two screenings of a new coal documentary, Transmission presents a film on transgender elder and activist Miss Major Griffin-Gracy and more.
Each week, Xpress highlights notable WNC crowdsourcing initiatives that may inspire readers to become new faces in the crowd. This week features the inaugural product line by The Bright Angle, a recording project by the Mountain Chamber Jazz Ensemble and a community center called Songbird Sanctuary.
Fierce Flix registration opens, Joe Kendrick continues his Southern Songs and Stories music documentary series and more.
A couple of traveling, storytelling troubadours, a regional jazz collective and some Irish music just in time for St. Patrick’s Day — those are the topics of this installment.
Each week, Xpress highlights notable WNC crowdsourcing initiatives that may inspire readers to become new faces in the crowd. This week features a new documentary about Bob Moog’s life, as explored by his daughter; a collective jazz concert where six local composers’ works will be premiered by a 40-person orchestra; and a couple’s plan to bike 2,774 miles while supporting Homeward Bound.
This week’s roundup includes Fuzz, Lightbulb Jazz Orchestra, The Sword and John Scofield with Jon Cleary.
Two of these shows feature free admission, and two will set you back a non-trivial sum. But they’re all very much worthwhile, and represent ongoing proof that the Asheville area draws talent from all over on a level that belies our relatively small population.
This weekend, enjoy meditation, theater, cycling and more. As always, Xpress highlights the best in low-cost entertainment.