"Stuffed: A Documentary on the Art of Taxidermy," will be screened Saturday, June 29, at The Orange Peel in Asheville.
Also, Asheville's poetry slam scene is experiencing a resurgence, and more.
In other awards, Casey Affleck won Best Actor for "Manchester by the Sea" and Natalie Portman won Best Actress for "Jackie."
Tickets are available to hear Mock, a powerful voice for the transgender community, the author of a best-selling memoir and an online personality.
Also, Patton Public House restaurant is finally open, and much more.
Belleme offers a window into the lives of a small band of homesteaders who have eschewed a modern life.
The film follows Irani and his Chai Pani restaurant crew, who hit 10 cities across India in 10 days.
Chris Galloway's film hits as the Appalachian Trail gets some renewed attention.
Check out this short documentary film by Warren Wilson College students about the threat of illegal harvesting to ginseng in WNC.
Also, a new shop selling vinyl records, video games and more is planning to open in West Asheville.
The goal is to share stories of some of the more than 6,000 people living in Asheville public housing complexes.
The Lush Works team produces commercials, documentaries, music videos and more.
Joyner will be featured as part of a documentary Showtime series backed by high-profile producers including James Cameron, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jerry Weintraub.
I really love the work of both Anthony Bellemare and Zen Sutherland. Check them out.
The film features the amazing story of Marcus C. Thomas. The film is produced by Bob Peck of Asheville Multimedia.
Either the website’s actual story is less tantalizing than it appears, or it truly is spectacular and Alex Gibney’s new film simply fails to present it as such.
Carolina Cinemas will show the film June 12. Proceeds benefit fund aiding victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Feature films, shorts, documentaries, animated movies will all be screened at the Phil Mechanics.
The documentary, by Asheville's Adams Woods and Francine Cavanaugh, follows a former coal miner as he and his neighbors fight for the future of their valley.
Sixto Rodriguez played the Grey Eagle in 2009.
The film challenges the mainstream media's limited and often disparaging portrayals of women and girls.
If you love good music, interesting characters, and high-quality filmmaking, head to the Fine Arts Theatre before it’s gone.
Whether due to careful editing or just plain accuracy, Alison Klayman’s "Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry" depicts the man as one who can do no wrong.
Funny and daring, Vikram Ghandi's film looks like a winner.
Why is Whoopi Goldberg, a millionaire TV and movie star, asking me for cash to make a movie about Moms Mabley?
Last Call at the Oasis is scheduled to be screened at Asheville Community Theatre later this month.
The Sept. 24 update: The new 90-minute documentary American Masters The Day Carl Sandburg Died, premiering nationally Monday, September 24 at 10 p.m. (ET) on PBS (check local listings) to commemorate the 45th anniversary of ...
From adventurefilmorg. The event will be held Wednesday and Thursday at Asheville Pizza & Brewing. Buy tickets here. More: Dedicated to all aspects of adventure, from the fearless eco-warrior, to the alpine adventurer, all around ...