Gallery Exhibiton
July 28th 6pm to 9pm and runs through September 9th, 2018
Porge Buck
850 Blue Ridge Rd, Black Mountain, NC 28711
 
Porge Buck has contributed to the printmaking field for many years. In 1978, she founded the Intaglio Relief Society, working out of her professional studio in New England before moving to Asheville in 1984 where she operated a printmaking studio for several years. She now lives and works in her studio at her home in Black Mountain. 

Flood Gallery Fine Art Center

850 Blue Ridge Rd
Black Mountain, NC 
Open Every Day in Black Mountain, NC from 11am to 6pm
http://www.ashevillecourtyard.com/floodgallery.org • 828-273-3332

Writers and Editors Wanted!
The Flood Gallery Fine Art Center educates, challenges and inspires the community through music, film, and contemporary art and writing. 

To exhibit or submit writing and art for publication, please go to 
http://www.theblackmountainpress.com or http://www.thehalcyone.com

 




24th Annual Twin Rivers Film Festival

Moved to July 20th and 21st---850 Blue Ridge Rd, Black Mountain, NC
World Premiers of Short Drama, Feature Film
Animations, Experimental and Documentaries. 

July/Aug 2018
Film Screenings
Black Mountain
Every Friday at 8pm



 

850 Blue Ridge Rd. Black Mountain, NC  Doors open at 7:45pm


July 20th
 ~ 24th Annual Twin Rivers Media Festival: Kick off of the festival: with 4 films from students at the FSU Film School:
Sculpting Tradtion
Still November
A Trail Forward
Death At Dinner


July 21
~ 24th Annual Twin Rivers Media Festival: Animation • Short Drama • Experimental • Documentaries. • 11am-6pm

July 27 ~ "La Cienaga" by Lucrecia Martel (Argentina 2001). 8pm
July 28 ~ Opening reception for artist Porge Buck. 6-9 pm. Exhibit runs July 28 - Sept. 9, 2018.

Aug 3rdCOMPULSIÓN by Angel Gonzales (Spain 2017) 

A shy young woman suspects that her enigmatic boyfriend is cheating on her. When start looking for the truth she will find a sinister secret that will turn her life into an endless nightmare. Feature Film winner of the 24th Twin Rivers Media Festival. 

Aug 10th ~ Spirited Away (Japan, 2001) 
Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki perfectly exemplifies what happens when adults never lose their childlike curiosity and sense of wonderment. Beautifully animated, it’s the crowning achievement in his filmography thus far, a dreamlike (and at times, frightening) adventure about a young girl who discovers an alternate reality filled with some rather fantastical inhabitants. (And, in typical Miyazaki form, an epic battle between good and evil). A Disney film like no other,  Spirited Away is a triumph for the imagination.

Aug 17 ~ Cache (France, 2005) 
Michael Haneke’s unsettling drama is a tour de force showcase for his unparalled ability to inspire fear and paranoia in both his actors and his audience. Renowned French actors Daniel Auteuil and Juliette Binoche play a married couple whose lives begin to crumble when mysterious (and sinister) videotapes start to appear on their doorstep. Even more terrifying, Auteuil slowly pieces together it may be related to a terrible secret from his past. Taut, tense and electrifying,  Cache is a deeply disturbing and endlessly fascinating.


Aug 24th ~ The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (France, 2007) 
In 1995, French journalist Jean-Dominique Bauby suffered a horrific stroke that left his entire body paralyzed in what doctors call the “locked-in syndrome.” In a remarkable testament to the human spirit, Bauby was able to dictate a 132-page memoir by blinking his left eye. Incredibly, ace-auteur Julian Schnabel adapted that memoir into a breathtaking, lyrical, haunting film that is as much his creation as Bauby’s. (Kudos to the Academy for recognizing Schnabel’s brilliance with a Best Director nomination.)  The Diving Bell is not only a testament to the human spirit, but to the power of cinema as well.

Aug 31st ~ Nobody Knows (Japan, 2004) 
Based on a true story,  Nobody Knows is about three young Japanese siblings who are forced to fend for themselves after their mother abandons them. For a while, they survive (and indeed, thrive). But once it becomes apparent she isn’t coming back, their lonely, isolated lives start to crumble into grief and tragedy. As  Nobody Knows delves further into the odyssey of these children’s lives, it becomes a harrowing experience not to be missed.

True Home Open Mic
hosted by Jarrett Leone, Thursday night in Black Mountain.
Open mic is hosted  by Jarrett Leone, Black Mountain

The Open Mic is back to it's original Thursday night slot and is held in the new Black Mountain location at 850 Blue Ridge Rd, Black Mountain NC.
Sign up is at 6:00pm an runs to 8:30pm.

 

24th Annual Twin Rivers Media Festival---July 20th and 21st at the Flood Gallery in Black Mountain. 
Details coming, we will be screening animation, short drama, documentaries, and experimental films on Saturday July 21st from 11am to 6pm
Feature film screening on Aug. 3rd
Compulsion 8pm by Angel Gonzales, Spain. 
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