Your guide to Asheville's vibrant and diverse movie offerings.
Bruno Ganz plays Sigmund Freud in the opener for the 2019 Asheville Jewish Film Festival.
The director-less animated adventure is progressive, entertaining, and surprisingly dark.
Young people with cystic fibrosis deserve a better movie love story. And a better hospital.
Lurking within the mess of Rupert Wyatt’s follow-up to The Gambler is an exciting sci-fi short film.
Gaspar Noé’s latest risk-taker is a wonder to behold, though a bit patience-testing and possibly pointless.
Inheriting the teen sleuth reins from Emma Roberts, Sophia Lillis (It; “Sharp Objects”) continues to be a beacon in mediocre projects.
The raucous satire burns brightest when it leans into the action movie satire.
Lauren Gunderson’s moving play about pioneering American astronomer Henrietta Leavitt is a delight at NC Stage Co. — and surprisingly funny.
Ellipsis Theatre Company’s production of Kenneth Lonergan’s play is an intense evening of emotional switchbacks.
Krapp’s Last Tape and The Zoo Story are not to be missed at The Sublime Theater — but they are not for the faint of heart.
Nearly eight years after its premiere, the satirical musical from the South Park and Avenue Q creators still packs a mighty comedic punch.
The acclaimed actress and writer discusses the ins and outs of adapting Richard Ford’s novel, helping partner/co-writer Paul Dano bring his vision to the screen, and filmmaking tips from the Coen brothers.