Your guide to Asheville's vibrant and diverse movie offerings.
Lizzie is not the definitive solution to the real-life 1892 axe murder mystery, but it's a intriguing effort with some fresh ideas and fine performances.
Gilda Radner gets the standard bio-doc treatment in this fun, informative and all too short film.
Dan Fogelman’s star-studded dramedy is a disaster so dedicated to its failed approach that the consistency results in its own form of must-see entertainment.
Scotty Bowers, behind-the-scenes sexual connecter to the stars, is the focus of this lively but straightforward documentary.
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.
At The Grey Eagle on Sept. 21, the creator of 2018’s best album to date discusses the evolution of her music over a year of steady touring.
Flat Rock Playhouse’s new comedy Always a Bridesmaid is a lot of fun, following four close-knit women who make good on a long-ago promise to participate in each other’s weddings.
Asheville Community Theatre does an admirable job with the NC premiere of Marc Palmieri’s play, but the esoteric material and underdeveloped characters prove problematic.
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.