Your guide to Asheville's vibrant and diverse movie offerings.
In this bleak drama, Tessa Thompson and Lily James deliver powerful performances despite amateurish, anonymous filmmaking.
Family audiences, people of faith and anyone exhausted by superheroes and supernatural horror should find warm comfort here.
The prospect of watching Lindsay Weir get chased by a ghost for 90 minutes isn’t nearly as exciting as it sounds.
Claire Denis’ dull sci-fi drama squanders sharp visuals and strong performances.
A documentary captures revealing behind-the-scenes footage of nationalist strategist Steve Bannon in both victory and defeat.
A strong lead turn by Mary Kay Place and near-universal relatability can’t save this plodding drama.
Siobhan O'Loughlin’s interactive bathroom monologue is a powerful immersive experience.
Prior to moving to LA, the Asheville singer-songwriter plays one final local show at Isis Music Hall.
The Los Angeles indie rockers play a headlining show at The Mothlight.
The world folk/fusion band brings tunes from its forthcoming album to Salvage Station.
Making his Orange Peel debut, Matthew Houck also plays his first proper Asheville show as Phosphorescent.
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.