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Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax at Chimney Rock June 13

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2015

ASHEVILLE NC – On June 13, Chimney Rock at Chimney Rock State Park, Ingles Markets and Mast General Store will present Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax on an outdoor 35-foot screen for the Park’s 4thAnnual Movie on the Meadows. The much-loved children’s story incorporates themes of environmental conservation and the importance of protecting our natural resources through Seuss’ quirky characters and witty wordplay.

The movie will be shown at the end of a full day of activities themed around National Get Outdoors Day. From 10am-2pm, kids and their families can meet live critters including possibly Grady the Groundhog or some of his animal ambassador friends, take part in NC State Parks’ Junior Ranger program, climb Vista Rock with Fox Mountain Guides with 20-minute tasters at special rates, learn how to enjoy the outdoors responsibly with Leave No Trace and meet Appalachian photographer Tim Barnwell.

The Lorax is a natural fit for National Get Outdoors Day,” said Shannon Quinn-Tucker, PR & Promotions Manager, Chimney Rock at Chimney Rock State Park. “Its themes of conservation and the importance of protecting and appreciating our natural resources, told by Dr. Seuss, one of American’s favorite storytellers, will be a big hit with kids and adults alike. We’ve received a lot of feedback from folks telling us they’re looking forward to watching it with the amazing soaring cliffs as a backdrop on the Meadow in the Park.”

National Get Outdoors Day activities are included with Park admission, with the exception of climbs with Fox Mountain Guides. The Park will close at its normal time of 7pm, then the front gate will reopen at 7:30pm for movie parking, which is $12 per car or $8 per car for Annual Passholders. $3 discount coupons for parking are available now through June 13 exclusively at the Lake Lure Ingles Market. Guests who show their same day Park admission receipt will receive complimentary parking.

Attendees are encouraged to arrive early for the movie screening that will run from 9-11 p.m. Pre-show entertainment will be provided, and concessions will be available. Moviegoers are encouraged to bring flashlights to find their way after dark and blankets or camping chairs for casual seating on the grassy Meadows. Alcoholic beverages are not allowed.

More event details are available at www.chimneyrockpark.com.

Monthly Movies in the Park Begins May 8

Friday, May 8th, 2015

ASHEVILLE NC – Grab a blanket, pack a picnic and bring the kids. The City of Asheville Parks and Recreation Department launches the 2015 season of Movies in the Park, a free monthly movie series in Pack Square Park beginning Friday, May 8.
Children’s craft activities begin at 6:30 p.m. and the movie begins at dusk on a giant screen on the Pack Square Park stage.
This month’s feature presentation is the animated, PG-rated Big Hero 6.
Food and beverages will be available at the park. Bring a chair or a blanket and come out for crafts, a movie under the stars, and an evening of fun, all for free.

More movies on the way
Movies in the Park continues monthly through September. Each month children craft activities begin at 6:30 p.m., followed with the movie at dusk. All movies are rated PG.
June 12: The Goonies
July 10: Surf’s Up, A Major Ocean Picture
August 14: Despicable Me 2
September 18: Into the Woods

For more information about this and all Asheville Parks and Recreation programs, visit www.ashevillenc.gov/parks, www.facebook.com/aprca, or by phone at (828) 259-5800.

Music Video Asheville 2014 Commercial

Tuesday, April 8th, 2014
ASHEVILLE NC – Music Video Asheville (MVA), the annual showcase highlighting the collaboration of Asheville musicians and filmmakers has determined the nominees for the 7th Annual Music Video Asheville. The nominees will have their music videos screened at the April 16 event and then be eligible for awards such as recording time at Echo Mountain Studio or a cash prize of $500.
The nominees are:
Lifecurse “Patterns”
Alpha Lee “Welcome”
Hunter “The Motion”
Emily Easterly “Decent Animal”
Shorty Cant Eat Books “Breakdown”
The Secret B-Sides “Rap ‘n’ Roll”
Underhill Rose “Helpless Wanderer”
Marley Carroll “Speed Reader”
The Broadcast “Don’t Waste It”
Big Dave “Spaceman Jones”
Future West “Ghosts Are Everywhere”
Stereo Reform “Fire”
Crazyhorse & Colston Featuring Hunter “Makeshift Spaceships”
Joe Lasher Jr. “How A Country Boy Rides”
Indigo Desouza “Color Outside the Lines”
Posh Hammer “Don’t Tell Me it’s Love”
Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band “Trunk Fallin’ Off”
Jon Stickley “Darth Radar”
Amore Jones “Nasty World”
Zansa “Jahili”
Free Radio “Coolin In My Mind”
Pierce Edens “Montana”
Hellblinki “All for You”
Gold Light “True Love Never Dies”
About the Event
To celebrate the 7th Anniversary of Asheville’s favorite music event, the MVA crew is once again rolling out the red carpet…literally. Harmony Motors will be providing a fly vehicle at the base of the red carpet for some fun photo ops. Music Video Asheville strongly suggests “Grammy style” attire (with Asheville flair, of course). Pre-show mingling will take place in the lobby at 6 o’clock. The video showcase promptly starts at 8pm.

Tickets for the 7th Annual Music Video Asheville will be available beginning at 3pm on March 7, 2014 and to kick off ticket sales.

MVA 2014 Commercial
A commercial for the event was filmed in downtown Asheville and features over 30 Asheville musicians and locals as well as sponsor, Harmony Motors. You can watch it here!
Tickets on Sale Now!
About Music Video Asheville
Music Video Asheville Takes Place Wednesday, April 16th, 2014
6pm Reception
8-9:30pm Screening
9:30pm awards
$10 adv/ $12 dos
Preffered Seating Tickets: $25 VIP Tickets include unlimited popcorn and 2 drink tickets
 
Music Video Asheville, now coming into its 7th year, is an annual event that showcases the collaborations between filmmakers and local musicians. Area bands submit their music videos, the best 90 minutes of videos are selected for a viewing and awards ceremony at Diana Wortham Theater in Downtown Asheville. The red carpet event is a celebration of the creative, unique and diverse music community that exists here in the heart of Western North Carolina.
Music Video Asheville 2014 is produced by Lush Life Productions and theONcorps. If you’d like to get involved as a sponsor or volunteer for the event, please contact Kelly Denson at [email protected] or call 828-515-1081.
 
Where:
Diana Wortham Theatre
2 North Pack Square
Asheville, NC 28801
About the Awards
1. Crowd Favorite Award – At the event, the audience will vote for their favorite video, and the winning artists will receive a $500 cash prize as well as a coveted MVA trophy.  MVA will also acknowledge a crowd favorite runner up this year.
2. Best of Music Video Asheville 2014- MVA is proud to be offering a the BEST OF MVA Award selected by a jury of film and music industry people. The winner will receive a day of free studio time at Echo Mountain Recording.

3. Other awards to be given this year include Best Cinematography, Best Soundtrack and Best Editing and Best Costume Design and Best Visual Design.

The Hunger Games Outdoor Movie and Adventures at Chimney Rock

Monday, August 19th, 2013

ASHEVILLE NC – In anticipation of the November 22 release of the sequel Catching Fire, excitement is growing for The Hunger Games. On September 7, 2013, fervent movie fans can feed their craving by watching the trilogy’s first award-winning movie, filmed in Western N.C., on a 35-foot outdoor screen at Chimney Rock at Chimney Rock State Park. The gate opens at 7 p.m. for the Movie on the Meadows starting at 8 p.m., presented by Ingles Markets. Fans can come early with paid park admission for afternoon movie-themed adventures offered by the Hunger Games™ Unofficial Fan Tours, which have been featured on NBC, ABC, the NY Times and USA Today.

Advance $9 movie parking tickets go on sale August 25-Sept. 6 only at the Lake Lure Ingles Market, as parking capacity is limited to the first 250 cars. Movie event parking at the gate is $12 per car or $8 per car for Annual Passholders. Park admission not included with event parking. Get more event details at chimneyrockpark.com.

“For some of the millions of Hunger Games fans throughout the U.S., watching their favorite flick on a huge outdoor screen in Chimney Rock’s beautiful forested park could make them feel like they’re a part of the movie. Add to that the archery, costumes and likenesses of their favorite characters, and these fans will be dying to experience the film here ahead of the sequel’s release,” said Matt Popowski, PR & Events Manager, Chimney Rock at Chimney Rock State Park.

Afternoon Hunger Games Activities. Experience part of “the Games” at Chimney Rock by shooting a bow with Archery Tag™ foam tipped arrows, posing in movie costumes with props and getting your photo taken with likenesses of your favorite characters. These will be provided by the Hunger Games™ Unofficial Fan Tours for no additional charge during the afternoon on Sept. 7. Activities require paid park admission, and then guests are welcome to stay in the park to enjoy the movie at no additional cost.

At Movie on the Meadows, watch your favorite scenes of Katniss battling for her life on a huge outdoor screen. Bring a blanket or camping chair, a flashlight and a friend to spend the evening under the stars. Concessions will be available for purchase. No alcohol is allowed in N.C. State Parks. Attendees can get cool schwag or win gift cards in promotional giveaways from event sponsors Ingles Markets, Mast General Store, Element Advertising and Southern Outdoor Cinema, and other community partners.

WNC on the Big Screen. Western North Carolina’s natural beauty has attracted the filming of countless international blockbuster movies, from The Hunger Games (2012) to The Last of the Mohicans (1992) and Dirty Dancing (1987) starring Patrick Swayze. The Hunger Games trilogy is based on Suzanne Collins’ novels, and the primary film locations for the first movie were in the areas of DuPont State Forest, Shelby, N.C., and Charlotte, with other film locations throughout Western N.C.

The 4th Annual Dirty Dancing Festival is held August 16-18, 2013, where it was filmed in Lake Lure, N.C. The last 17 minutes and final fight scenes of The Last of the Mohicans, shown outdoors the past two summers at Chimney Rock State Park, were filmed in Chimney Rock and showcase the Park’s dramatic cliffs and 404-foot waterfall.

Chimney Rock at Chimney Rock State Park is best known for its 75-mile panoramic views overlooking Lake Lure. It was recently named Favorite State Park and Best Beautiful Fall Foliage Spot by readers of Blue Ridge Country in the best of the Southeast mountains poll, and the Park was honored with five other top reader awards. Ancient geological features, scenic hiking trails, wildlife programs and guided rock climbing attract visitors from around the world. Chimney Rock is located only 45 minutes southeast of Asheville on Highway 64/74A in Chimney Rock, N.C. Call (800) 277-9611 or visit chimneyrockpark.com.

Ingles Markets is celebrating 50 years. Since Robert P. Ingle opened his first store in 1963, Ingles Markets has been committed to the communities in which we serve.  This tradition of giving continues at Ingles today. Visit www.ingles-markets.com.

About Mast General

The Original Mast General Store in the rural community of Valle Crucis, North Carolina, is recognized on the National Register of Historic Places as “one of the best remaining examples of an old country store.” From Valle Crucis, the Mast Store has grown into a family of stores along historic Main Streets in Boone, Waynesville, Hendersonville and Asheville in North Carolina; Knoxville, Tennessee; and Greenville and Columbia in South Carolina. Each building has a history all its own and features most everything you’ll need for life. Learn more or plan your visit at www.MastStore.com.

About ELEMENT Advertising

Advertising, Strategy, Branding :: ELEMENT has evolved the standard agency. By networking to trusted resources—ensured by our style of brand stewardship—we provide lower overhead and agency fees, award-winning creative and the specialization the new media landscape requires. Having worked on some of the largest global brands, and at some of the most well-respected firms, we offer a unique combination of skills and experience in Western N.C. But we never forget old-fashioned hospitality. And a desire to always produce work our clients are proud to call their own. Visit www.elementadvertising.com.

The Last of the Mohicans Returns to Chimney Rock

Thursday, June 6th, 2013

ASHEVILLE NC – It’s not often that movie fans get to watch their favorite flick where it was filmed. For the 2nd Annual Movie on the Meadows, Chimney Rock at Chimney Rock State Park and Ingles Markets will be presenting The Last of the Mohicans outdoors on a 35-foot screen on June 15, 2013, surrounded by the dramatic rock cliffs and 404-foot waterfall that appear in the epic 1992 blockbuster. The movie showing at 9 p.m. will be preceded by one-hour guided hikes at 3:15 and 4:45 p.m. to see the filming locations. Original wardrobe pieces worn by Daniel Day-Lewis and Madeline Stowe, on loan from 20thCentury Fox, are on display now in the Sky Lounge Gift Shop.

Special event parking on the Meadows begins at 7:30 p.m. and costs $12 per car, $8 per car for Annual Passholders or is complimentary with same-day paid Park admission. Advance $9 parking tickets are on sale now through June 14 only at the Lake Lure Ingles Market. Capacity is limited to the first 250 cars. More event details are available at www.chimneyrockpark.com.

“Hundreds of people travel to Chimney Rock from around the world every year to see where The Last of the Mohicans was filmed. For many fans, watching their favorite movie at our park will be a dream come true,” said Matt Popowski, PR & Events Manager, Chimney Rock at Chimney Rock State Park.

Guided Hikes to See Film Locations. Movie fans are invited to come early for fun Mohican adventures—a guided hike to see multiple locations where movie scenes were filmed, including Groundhog Slide (seen from Exclamation Point) and the Huron Indian Village (seen from the Chimney). The last 17 minutes of the movie, including the final fight scene, were filmed in Chimney Rock and Hickory Nut Gorge. The guided hike will be offered by park staff at 3:15 and 4:45 p.m. Sign-up is first-come, first-serve starting at 1 p.m. on the event day at the park’s Sky Lounge Gift Shop, where the hike begins. Each hike is limited to the first 20 people and is no additional cost with paid park admission. Brochures are also available to all visitors for self-guided hikes year-round.

Attendees are encouraged to arrive 7:30-8:30 p.m. for the movie screening from 9-11 p.m. Pre-show entertainment will be provided, and concessions and movie merchandise will be available for purchase. Newspaper clippings and photos about the 1992 movie release and filming at the park will be on display. Event sponsors Ingles Markets, Mast General Store and Southern Outdoor Cinema will be handing out promotional materials. Moviegoers are encouraged to bring flashlights to find their way after dark and blankets or camping chairs for casual seating on the grassy Meadows.

Stamp Out Hunger! Hunger Games Marathon Week

Wednesday, November 7th, 2012

ASHEVILLE NC – Suzanne Collins’ book, The Hunger Games, is a world-wide phenomenon and Buncombe County became a part of that when the movie was filmed in Western North Carolina. Join us in celebration of this fantastic dystopian story for a viewing of The Photo of Hunger Games video cover.Hunger Games film and discussion of the book. The times and dates are:

  • Tuesday, November 13 at 5 p.m. – Swannanoa Public Library
  • Wednesday, November 14 at 4 p.m. – Skyland Public Library
  • Friday, November 16 at 4 p.m. – Weaverville Public Library
  • Friday, November 16 at 5 p.m. – Fairview Public Library
  • Saturday, November 17 at 2 p.m. – East Asheville Public Library

Help us stamp out hunger! Bring cans or non-perishable food items to donate to MANNA FOOD BANK at any of the showings if you can. This program is free and a food donation is not required.

The Hunger Games is rated PG-13 and has a 2 hours and 20 minutes runtime. For more information, contact your local library or visit buncombecounty.org/library.

The Last of the Mohicans Returns to Chimney Rock June 16

Wednesday, June 6th, 2012

ASHEVILLE NC – It’s not often that movie fans get to watch their favorite flick where it was filmed. For the 20th anniversary of The Last of the Mohicans, Chimney Rock at Chimney Rock State Park and Ingles Markets will be presenting the movie outdoors on a 43-foot screen on June 16, surrounded by the towering rock cliffs and 404-foot waterfall that appear in the epic 1992 blockbuster. The movie showing at 8:45 p.m. will be preceded by one-hour guided hikes, two at 3:15 and two at 4:45 p.m., to see the filming locations. Special event parking on the Meadows begins at 7:30 p.m. and is $5 per car, or guests can show their June 16 Park admission receipt for complimentary parking. Advance $3 parking tickets are available only at the Ingles Market in Lake Lure now until June 15. More event details at www.chimneyrockpark.com.

“Hundreds of people travel to Chimney Rock from around the world every year to see where The Last of the Mohicans was filmed. For many fans, watching their favorite movie at the Park will be a dream come true,” said Matt Popowski, PR & Events Manager at Chimney Rock.

Guided Hikes to See Film Locations. Movie fans are invited to come early for fun Mohican adventures—guided hikes to see several locations where movie scenes with Daniel Day-Lewis and Madeleine Stowe were filmed, including Hickory Nut Falls, Groundhog Slide (seen from Exclamation Point) and the Huron Indian Village (seen from the Chimney). The last 17 minutes of the movie, including the final fight scene, were filmed in Chimney Rock and the Hickory Nut Gorge. Two different hikes will be offered by Park staff at the same time at 3:15 and 4:45 p.m. Sign-up will be first-come, first-serve inside the Park at Cliff Dwellers Gifts starting at 1 p.m. on the event day. All four hikes are limited to the first 15 people to sign up and are no additional cost with paid Park admission.

Attendees are encouraged to arrive between 7:30 and 8:15 p.m. for the movie screening from 8:45 to 10:45 p.m. Pre-show entertainment will be provided, and concessions and movie merchandise will be available for purchase. Newspaper clippings and photos about the 1992 movie release and filming at the Park will be on display, and event sponsors Ingles Markets, Southern Outdoor Cinema, Mast General Store and BP Solutions Group will be handing out coupons and promotional materials. Moviegoers are encouraged to bring flashlights to find their way after dark and blankets or camping chairs for casual seating on the grassy Meadows.

Original movie props on loan from 20th Century Fox, including  wardrobe pieces worn by Daniel Day-Lewis and Madeline Stowe, MAY be on display in the Sky Lounge Gifts & Deli, which is expected to reopen soon.

WNC on the Big Screen. Western North Carolina’s natural beauty has attracted the filming of countless international blockbuster movies, from The Hunger Games released earlier this year to Dirty Dancing starring Patrick Swayze. The annual Dirty Dancing festival will be held August 17-19, 2012 where it was filmed in Lake Lure, N.C. Additionally, Chimney Rock was featured in the 1984 movies Firestarter, starring Drew Barrymore and based on the book by Stephen King, and A Breed Apart.

ActionFest 2012 Gets Ready to EXPLODE!!!!

Friday, April 6th, 2012

ASHEVILLE NC – ActionFest 2012 is winding up for another year of BAMF!, WHAM!, and PTOW-SPROING-oops, so now is the time to find out what’s going on.

The 3rd Annual Asheville ActionFest

This year is numero three, so the ActionFest team has got all their teeth and are ready to do Asheville proud. As the cradle for one of the only film festivals in the country that celebrates the feats of stuntmen and stuntwomen, ActionFest wants to make sure Asheville and her native denizens who’ve supported them get extra special treatment and Fest in style.

Getting the ActionFest Party Started Early!

For starters, the official ActionFest jury includes no less than two Asheville locals: proprietor of independent movie renters Orbit DVD [http://www.orbitdvd.com/], Marc McCloud, and 105.9 The Mountain [http://1059themountain.com/] radio DJ, Sadie.

The excitement kicks off early with rollicking Pre-Fest activities:

ñ  Thursday April 5: Asheville Pizza & Brewing Co. [http://ashevillebrewing.com/] is screening the action comedy Super (starring Rainn Wilson, Ellen Page) at 4:00 for free. Grab your buddies and a brew and enjoy some quirky head-busting!

ñ  Monday April 9: Head down to Broadways [http://www.facebook.com/pages/BROADWAYS-ASHEVILLE/341575215150] at 9 p.m. for an ActionFest edition of Kipper’s Totally Rad Trivia [http://kipperstrivia.com/].

ñ  Tuesday April 10: The Wedge Brewing Company [http://www.wedgebrewing.com/] in the River Arts District will host an outdoor screening of the gritty Hobo With A Shotgun (starring Rutger Hauer) at dusk by the train tracks (where else?).

Stay Up to Date on Movies, Parties and More

Like the official ActionFest Facebook page [http://www.facebook.com/actionfest] to keep up on the Action and news on upcoming giveaways from our local sponsors like free tattoos from Liquid Dragon, professional acting class from NYS3, a guitar, outdoor gear and more!

Opening and Closing Night Celebrations

Crash the Opening Party Thursday night after Solomon Kane and the Closing Party Sunday night after Wu Xia at The Arcade [http://www.arcadeasheville.com/]. VIP Badgers get to enjoy exclusive catering by Asheville Indian cuisine favorites Chai Pani [http://chaipani.net/].

Go to the Movies in Style with LaZoom

Get to the LaZoom Bus [http://www.lazoomtours.com/] for a special ActionFest-themed booze cruise painting the town red Saturday night 10 p.m. – 3 a.m. Plus: it’s FREE! Seating limited, reservations strongly recommended (sign up at The Carolina).

Drink the One of a Kind ActionFest Pale Ale from Asheville Brewing Co. on Sale at The Carolina

Of course ActionFest wouldn’t be a bona fide Asheville event without its own blend of hops, yeast, and frosty ass-kicking. The brewmeisters at Asheville Brewery Co. [http://ashevillebrewing.com/] have concocted a special ActionFest Pale Ale on sale only at The Carolina [http://carolinacinemas.com/asheville/].

See Action Superstar Gina Carano and Seasoned Stuntman JJ Perry

And don’t forget the exclusive panels at ActionFest itself featuring our honorees past and present: rising MMA action superstar, Gina Carano; veteran stuntman and fight choreographer, JJ Perry; and fellow action film insiders and stuntmen, Mickey Gilbert (Ben Hur, The Wild Bunch) and Jack Gill (Pearl Harbor, Fast Five). Come and ask them tips on getting started, who makes the most durable camera lens out there, or what it’s like to smash through windows for a living.

Want a Fully-Charged, Power-Packed Weekend? Be a VIP!

VIP Badges are just $100 for access to all events, all weekend. Single tickets are $8 General Admission | $6 for Students/Seniors | $7 for Military Service Members, and will be available online as well as in person at The Carolina [http://carolinacinemas.com/asheville/].

Take the 30 Seconds of Action Film Making Challenge

WANTED: FILM MAKERS OF ALL SHAPES AND SIZES. ALSO, MUSTACHES. The 30 Seconds of Action Challenge [http://actionfest.com/competitions/30sec-challenge/] is making a reprisal, friendos. Bring unto ActionFest the most finger-twitching, neck-shearing, hair-mussing adventure crammed into a half minute can by April 6th and thy efforts shall be rewarded.  Finalists will receive free VIP Passes and their mini-pieces shown before various screenings all Fest long (with a grand prize yet to be determined).

ActionFest is guaranteed to bring a very particular set of movies, movies they’ve acquired over a very long year. Movies that make ActionFest a Valhalla for the fearless. This year you can expect ActionFest will look for you, ActionFest will find you, and ActionFest will thrill you.

KA-POW!

City to Host Asheville Film Festival – A Day at the Movies

Friday, September 23rd, 2011

ASHEVILLE, NC – The City of Asheville is inviting the public to a free, one-day Asheville Film Festival, featuring movies filmed primarily in the Asheville region.

The event will be Oct. 2 in the Thomas Wolfe Auditorium with the following schedule:

2 p.m. – Patch Adams (PG-13), starring Robin Williams

4:30 p.m. – 28 Days (PG-13), starring Sandra Bullock

7:30 p.m. – In Dreams (R) starring Annette Bening and Robert Downey Jr.

The Film Festival will also feature commentary by local film industry professionals.

For more information, call 828-232-4505 or visit www.ashevilleciviccenter.com.

Tonight Join WNC Alliance for The Last Mountain and French Broad Chocolate Lounge

Tuesday, August 16th, 2011

ASHEVILLE, NC – Come out for The Last Mountain – And Chocolate! At the Fine Arts Theatre and The French Broad Chocolate Lounge.

Join Western North Carolina Alliance for The Last Mountain, an Official Selection of the Sundance festival, which documents one West Virginia community’s fight to save the last mountain in the valley — Coal River Mountain — from being destroyed by mountaintop removal mining.
The Western North Carolina Alliance and our French Broad River Keeper join with Appalachian Voices, North Carolina Interfaith Power & Light, and the Western North Carolina Group of the Sierra Club for a night of mountains, discussion and chocolate on Tuesday, August 16th!  The Q&A will take place in the theatre directly after the movie, and then we will move to the French Broad Chocolate Lounge down the street to continue the conversation.If you can’t make it the 7 p.m. showing, the next one is at 9:00 p.m.–you can join us at the Chocolate Lounge beforehand!

Come see this powerful movie — bring your friends and let’s talk about it over some chocolate and wine!

What: “The Last Mountain” Asheville Showing and After-Party
When: Tuesday, August 16, Movie 7p.m.; After Party 9 p.m.
Where: Movie at Fine Arts Theatre, 36 Biltmore Avenue, Asheville, NC 28801;

Party at the Chocolate Lounge, 10 S. Lexington Ave, down the block.