Also, Asheville's poetry slam scene is experiencing a resurgence, and more.
The founders of Cat Fly Fest spill their guts about collaboration in the arts, Cat Fly Halloween, and the best recipe for fake blood.
The Asheville Tourists will give away 1,000 Crash Davis bobbleheads on Saturday to mark the 30th anniversary of the release of "Bull Durham."
Secret Agent 23 Skidoo will hold an EP release show at The Orange Peel on Sunday.
Two major Hollywood pictures are in the works, and a new Amazon series, focus on the life and impact of Zelda as Asheville prepares to celebrate her once again.
The "Dirty Dancing" remake stars Abigail Breslin as Baby and Colt Prattes as Johnny.
In other awards, Casey Affleck won Best Actor for "Manchester by the Sea" and Natalie Portman won Best Actress for "Jackie."
Asheville-based Solis Films will be shooting the film around Asheville, Old Fort and Black Mountain starting Dec. 1.
The movie depicts a post apocalyptic world where the last few remaining inhabitants are the spirit animals of graffiti writers.
Zelda Fitzgerald and eight other women died in Asheville in a tragic fire.
Some fun facts about the making of "Masterminds" in and around Asheville.
"Masterminds" was filmed in Asheville and around Western North Carolina in the summer of 2014.
The annual fan arts festival has a little bit of everything, from cosplay and Pokemon searching, to local music.
Also, GO Green Opportunities is awarded a $70,000 Kresge Foundation grant, and much more.
Hot-shot Harrelson had several sweet kill shots as he played with members of the venerable Asheville Table Tennis Club.
The new movie theater on South French Broad Avenue will feature three screens, concessions and an array of film offerings.
Movie stars are shopping and dining all around Asheville.
The two are starring alongside Frances McDormand and Peter Dinklage in "Three Billboards Outside Ebbings, Missouri."
The $15 million film feature is about a mother confronting police brutality.
The film follows Irani and his Chai Pani restaurant crew, who hit 10 cities across India in 10 days.
Also, Girls on the Run is hiring, ASAP's CSA fair is set, local theater groups hold auditions and more.
Also, the Hollywood biopic "Genius" about editor Max Perkins and the writers he worked with, including Thomas Wolfe, has a U.S. release date, and more.
Also, The Magnetic Theatre in Asheville is seeking short film submissions for a new show, and more.
On acting, Brolin says: "I just try to be as present in the moment as I can be."
Also, Favilla's and Spellbound Children's Bookshop are both opening in Merrimon Square in North Asheville, and more.
Also, the future of industrial hemp in North Carolina is in question, and more.
"Spotlight," a film about an investigation by a group of newspaper reporters, was a clear consensus winner among the voters.
Brolin is making a new movie in Western North Carolina.
The movie was originally set for an August release, then an October release.
Hello Asheville! The eighth and latest episode of the AVL Food Fans podcast has been recorded, posted, and is currently available to listen to and download, and you can even get it for free from the iTunes store! As always, Chef Joe ...
The 250-seat, two-screen theater is expected to open in 2016.
A beer-toting, film-traveling, nonprofit-benefiting show by New Belgium, in downtown Asheville's Pack Square Park.
Patton was born in Charleston and attended the North Carolina School of the Arts in Winston-Salem.
The two-day film festival kicks off Friday, with screenings at Thomas Wolfe Auditorium, the New Mountain Amphitheater and other spaces around Asheville.
The Grail plans on bringing flexible, unique programming to a hungry organizers, its founders say.
The film studio that made "Masterminds" is facing financial turbulance, reports Deadline.com.
The event celebrates all aspects of pop culture, from film and TV to costuming and comics.
Chris Galloway's film hits as the Appalachian Trail gets some renewed attention.
Let the filming begin!
The 1987 original was filmed around Lake Lure and spawned a long and loyal following.
The heist comedy based on a true story is due out later this year and stars Zach Galifianakis, Kristen Wiig, Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis.
Got a home or location that would be great for a photo shoot? Found It Locations wants to hear from you.
Thirty-three critics working or living in North Carolina or contributing to North Carolina outlets are members of the NCFCA.
Kristen Wiig, Zach Galifianakis, Owen Wilson, Jude Law and Bryan Cranston were just a few of the personalities who dropped in on Asheville this past year.
"Boyhood" and "Birdman" round out the top three, according to the association's 54 film critics who voted.
The movie, done in the magical realism style, will be filmed in part at Harvest Records and The Mothlight.