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Luke & Jo
Asheville Premiere of Locally Produced Film
June 28th 7:30pm
Against his wife’s wishes, a troubled screenwriter hops on a plane for Hollywood to make one last-ditch attempt at selling his latest script. When a heavy-drinking, melancholic singer nearly plows him down with her car late one night, the two form a deep emotional bond that alters them both in unanticipated ways. Improvised dialogue and intimate, naturalistic camerawork lend a heart-wrenching authenticity to this bleak and beautiful character study.
Tickets are $8 and available at the Fine Arts Theatre box office, or online here- Tickets
For more information about the film go to- lukeandjo.com
Luke & Jo was recently in the Indie Grits Festival- Indie Grits
Arthur Penn Film Series
A fundraiser for Black Mountain College
Museum + Arts Center
July 12th & July 26th
July 12 & 26 7:00pm
In partnership with the Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center, we’re celebrating the work of Black Mountain College alumnus Arthur Penn with two screenings of his classic films on the big screen. The films will be preceded by a short talk on Arthur Penn’s legacy in American film, a legacy rooted in his experiences at Black Mountain College.
July 12th – “Bonnie and Clyde” (1967). Arthur Penn’s modern classic was revolutionary in its time, opening the door for the hyper-violent, morally ambiguous films produced throughout the 1970s. Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway star as two star-crossed lovers on a doomed crime spree across Depression-era America. They’re Young, They’re In Love, They Kill People.
July 26th – “Alice’s Restaurant” (1969). This film, based on the song by Arlo Guthrie and starring the musician as himself, captures the essence of late 1960’s counter-culture. Starting with a trip to the dump on a fateful Thanksgiving Day, the film follows Guthrie and his friends through a frenetic series of events that lampoon the Vietnam War and American society.
Tickets are $8 for BMCM+AC members + students w/ID / $10 for non-members and available at the Fine Arts Theatre box office, or online here- Tickets
For more information about Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center go to BMCM+AC
Movie Line: 828.232.1536
$10.00 General Admission
$7.50 Seniors - All Shows*
$8.00 Matinees - All Shows before 6:00pm*
$9.00 Military - W/ID - All Shows after 6:00pm*
$9.00 Student W/ID - All Shows after 6:00pm*
*You must request these prices at time of purchase
We accept Cash, Visa, Mastercard & American Express - Sorry, no checks.
No advance tickets are sold for regularly scheduled films, Some Special Events will offer advance tickets.
Tickets for regularly scheduled films are sold 30 minutes before showtimes. Sorry, no exceptions.