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36 Biltmore Avenue, Asheville, NC 28801   Movie Line: 828.232.1536

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May 23

May 23rd 7:00pm

Presented by The Asheville Film Society

This is the big one! Well, that’s not to say that the Asheville Film Society’s May schedule is anything but big, it’s just that Gojira (1954) is a little bigger than the rest. Unquestionably the most significant kaiju film ever made, and the one responsible for kicking off a cinematic world that’s still with us six decades later, Gojira is the Citizen Kane of giant monster movies. Legendary director Ishirô Honda, along with special effects creator Eiji Tsuburaya, innovated a variety of techniques that would come to define the giant monster genre, and their use of forced perspective, under cranking, and elaborate miniature work are now inseparable from the kaiju aesthetic in the minds of most moviegoers. From its weighty statements on the evils of atomic warfare to its surprisingly humanist overtones, Gojira is more than just a film starring a guy in a rubber suit, it’s also one of the most cogent political statements ever committed to celluloid. If, rather than quoting the Bhagavad-Gita, Robert Oppenheimer had instead proclaimed “Now I am become Godzilla, destroyer of worlds,” perhaps his point about the first successful nuclear bomb test would’ve carried a little more weight. Of course there’s an obvious chicken-and-egg caveat inherent to that statement, but I’m sure you take my meaning. The point is, there’s a good reason that Gojira spawned the longest running franchise in the history of cinema, and there’s an even better reason to join us at the Fine Arts Theatre to see this iconic film at the scale it deserves. Be there on Thursday, May 23 at 7:00 p.m. to find out why size really does matter!
-Scott Douglas - Asheville Film Society

Tickets are $$7.50, and are available at the Fine Arts Boxoffice

A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese

June 11

June 11th. 7:00pm

One Night Only!

Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese captures the troubled spirit of America in 1975 and the joyous music that Dylan performed during the fall of that year. Part documentary, part concert film, part fever dream, Rolling Thunder is a one of a kind experience, from master filmmaker Martin Scorsese.

Tickets $10 and are available at the Fine Arts Theatre box office, or online here- Tickets


June 13

June 13th. 7:00pm

Join us Thursday, June 13th, 2019 at 7PM for the premiere of the movie, The Evil Inside Her.

After the screening, participate in a Q & A session and meet & greet with film star Eric Roberts and other members of the cast and crew behind the movie.

About the Movie:

Local production company SuttleFilm produced the movie and filmed it in various locations in the Brevard, NC area and at The Asheville Studio located near downtown Asheville.

In The Evil Inside Her, a modern horror thriller, a killer (Eric Roberts as Clayton) secretly compels others to murder for him by drugging his victims, causing self-mutilation and horrible violence against those closest to them. When he chooses unsuspecting Vikki (Melissa Kunnap), she must fight her psychosis or succumb to Clayton’s murderous desires. Set in the remote mountains of Western North Carolina, Vikki’s three friends have to choose to help her or fight for their survival.

Starring Oscar & Golden Globe nominee Eric Roberts (The Dark Knight, Runaway Train), Melissa Kunnap (Rave Party Massacre), Brian Ashton Smith, Madeline Olivia Tesh and Jeff Alexander. The film is directed by James Suttles (Shifting Gears, Alone Yet Not Alone, Red Dirt Rising), executive produced by Jennifer L. Ray and produced by Matthew Zboyovski, James Suttles, James Blankenfeld.

Watch the trailer and read more about the film here-

Tickets $18 now / $20 day of the event and available at the Fine Arts Theatre box office, or online here- Tickets

Movie Line: 828.232.1536

Admission Prices:

$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*

$10.00 Adults

*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. Advance tickets may be available for Special Events.
Tickets for regularly scheduled films are sold 30 minutes before showtimes. Sorry, no exceptions.


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36 Biltmore Avenue next to Blue Spiral 1.

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