Your guide to Asheville's vibrant and diverse movie offerings.
With ambitions well beyond its science fiction adventure plot line, the movie melds intense character conflicts with the oft-asked question: Are humans alone in the universe?
The film offers pretty much everything a fan could want from a feature-length continuation of the beloved "Masterpiece" series.
The energetic, entertaining, and enlightening documentary is bound to spark renewed interest in the late, great journalist and her dedication to active citizenship.
With remarkably frank interviews with its subject, this doc is a case study in talent given early means to excess and abuse.
Director John Crowley has created a passable Reader’s Digest gloss on Donna Tartt’s great novel.
Whether you remember her at her peak or not, you’ll be amazed that someone could have had her career and connections.
For reviews of show from late July 2019 onward, please visit Asheville Stages’ new and separate site.
The roots/folk artist opens for the John Butler Trio on July 25 at New Belgium.
The eclectic roots rocker plays New Belgium on July 25.
The play is a showcase for its performers, playing two married couples whose humor and vulnerabilities come out on an ocean cruise.
A remarkable concert presentation of Verdi’s Requiem also tells the story of its defiant and stirring performance in a Nazi concentration camp.