The new film festival is created by and for local indie film artists, with a focus on Asheville talent.
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The movie depicts a post apocalyptic world where the last few remaining inhabitants are the spirit animals of graffiti writers.
The 250-seat, two-screen theater is expected to open in 2016.
The indy film follows the story of an orphaned underground boxer.
Feature films, shorts, documentaries, animated movies will all be screened at the Phil Mechanics.
Mechanical Eye Microcinema shows experimental, indy films in unusual locations around town.
Prep starts immediately, and the lucky intern will get a screen credit on “The World Made Straight.”
Josh Radnor’s film is a dull, self-indulgent look at academia.
This is one of the most slickly produced Kickstarter videos I’ve seen lately, from two former UNC Asheville students who are asking the public to help fund their next movie project. Check it. Here’s more about the duo, Craig Thieman and Ethan Hunter: Director Craig Thieman has been working in and studying film for the past eight years. For the[Read More…]