Your guide to Asheville's vibrant and diverse movie offerings.
Christopher Nolan's sharp first foray into WWII is compact in runtime but broad in scope.
Margaret Byrne's objective, six-year study of three underprivileged black youths in coastal North Carolina unearths universal truths.
Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke spread their dramatic wings in this generally unpleasant biopic of Nova Scotia outsider artist Maud Lewis.
The Asheville Movie Guys debate the merits of Luc Besson's return to zippy sci-fi.
Melanie Lynskey and Elijah Wood invite you to count down the year's best films to date.
The third in the rebooted Apes series carries over many admirable qualities of its predecessors, though the absence of those films' screenwriters is sadly evident.