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Asheville 48-Hour Film Project Best-Of Screening Thursday

Asheville 48-Hour Film Project Best-Of Screening Thursday

Check out the best of the best as judges and fans select the winners in this year’s crop of over 20 movies.

by July 9, 2012 0 comments Asheville film

‘Fixing the Future’ documentary to be screened July 18 in Asheville

The documentary explores the connection between sustainability and economic prosperity.

by July 5, 2012 0 comments Asheville film
Ashvegas movie review: Woody Allen’s European muse powers ‘To Rome With Love’

Ashvegas movie review: Woody Allen’s European muse powers ‘To Rome With Love’

Allen’s European muse strikes again with a film so enjoyable it occasionally surpasses the highs of last year’s Midnight in Paris.

by July 5, 2012 2 comments Asheville film, Reviews
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Ashvegas movie review: ‘Magic Mike’ is a frustrating good time

Despite all the laughs and eye candy, the combination of which will suffice for many viewers, the sense that Magic Mike narratively adds up to little is a major obstacle.

by July 2, 2012 1 comment Asheville film, Reviews
Another Asheville 48-Hour Film Project movie: Office Space meets Joseph Campbell in “Dave’s Spirit Quest”

Another Asheville 48-Hour Film Project movie: Office Space meets Joseph Campbell in “Dave’s Spirit Quest”

A very Asheville consultant takes Dave on a hallucinogenic vision quest.

by July 2, 2012 2 comments Asheville film
Asheville 48-Hour Film Project 2012: Movie pick for Best of Show

Asheville 48-Hour Film Project 2012: Movie pick for Best of Show

I haven’t seen all of this year’s entries, just most of Group A. But I’ll be surprised if Malk isn’t the 48-Hour Film Project movie to beat in 2012.

Highland to host screening of ‘Where the Yellowstone Goes’

Highland to host screening of ‘Where the Yellowstone Goes’

Press release here: River Link and Hunter Banks Co. Fly Fishing will be hosting the premiere of Where the Yellowstone Goes, a documentary about a 30-day drift boat journey down the Yellowstone River, the longest undammed river in the contiguous United States. The documentary features river conservation and mirrors a lot of the efforts River Link has done for our[Read More…]

Ashvegas movie review: Pixar’s ‘Brave’ ends studio’s streak

Ashvegas movie review: Pixar’s ‘Brave’ ends studio’s streak

The Isolated Moviegoer offers his take on Pixaer’s latest.

Ashvegas movie review: Wes Anderson’s ‘Moonrise Kingdom’ a treasure for audiences

Ashvegas movie review: Wes Anderson’s ‘Moonrise Kingdom’ a treasure for audiences

Loyal readers, please welcome Edwin Arnaudin, who will be contributing movie reviews to ashvegas.com. Here you go: Moonrise Kingdom, Wes Anderson’s magnificent seventh film, plays like a highlight reel of his brief but illustrious career.  That’s not to say the film is a rehash of old ideas, but one that epitomizes his strengths, pushes his body of work forward, and[Read More…]

by June 26, 2012 9 comments Asheville film, Reviews