Your guide to Asheville's vibrant and diverse movie offerings.
The convergence of beloved indie film talent yields mediocre results in this tonally odd western.
Alex Honnold is an extraordinary individual, and this documentary matches his amazing abilities and dedication.
The Asheville Movie Guys offer opposing takes on Drew Goddard’s new thriller.
The Asheville Movie Guys take different trajectories with Damien Chazelle’s Neil Armstrong biopic.
Playwright Peter Morgan has a gift for compressing recent history into taut drama, and the NC Stage Co. production gives Frost/Nixon the immediacy and rapid pacing it needs.
The beloved musical receives a faithful, riotous production by a talented Asheville Community Theatre cast and crew.
The hilarious play about a murder mystery well-versed in Murphy’s Law is worth a trip to the Peace Center.
Dar He: The Story of Emmett Till is an astonishing one-man play at North Carolina Stage Co. recounting the notorious 1955 lynching of an African-American teenager with skill, passion and immediacy.
Johanna & Klara Söderberg atoned for their four-year Asheville hiatus with an expanded five-piece sound that nicely filled the brewery’s Meadow space.
The musical mastermind behind the summer’s feel-good movie discusses the process of getting his songs onscreen and the role Asheville played in helping him compose the film’s score.