FILM: Overfed and Undernourished Showing Thursday Nov 12 2015 at 7pm

Our New Monthly Film Series




 The Indigenous Aboriginal People
of Australia

Thursday November 12th

Tickets Only  $6

Overfed & Undernourished examines a global epidemic and our modern lifestyles through one boy’s inspiring and personal journey to regain his health from the inside out. After heartache, Liam Gollé weighing in at over 80kgs (176lbs) turns to his Aunty & Uncle for help, and embarks on a journey that promises to transform his life forever.

The film is interspersed with interviews and advice from leading health and wellbeing experts from around the globe and provides us with simple solutions to improve the quality of our diet, lifestyle, and personal bonds, ultimately asking the fundamental question - are we really nourishing ourselves?


Our new film series, 
Movies That Matter, 
is curated by 
Katie Kasben

Katie Kasben is a storyteller, but mostly a listener, and strives to be a bridge between current culture and ancient wisdom. She has been a teacher, actress, event planner and once sang at a night club in Beijing before managing a hospitality suite at the Olympics. Katie has been a staff member for local and international film festivals and brought the 48 Hour Film Project to Asheville.
 She has her M.A. in International Communications from Macquarie University, in Sydney, and has spent meaningful time in the Central Desert of Australia working with Tjilpi, an Anangu Elder, and the effects of the "Intervention" on Traditional Owners of that land. She is accompanied on this life journey with her husband Brian Loftin who is a practitioner of Biodynamic Cranio-Sacral work

Upcoming Films in this series include

Wed Oct 14, 2015

Drawing on his long association with the first people of his homeland Australia, Utopia is both an epic portrayal of the oldest continuous human culture, and an investigation into a suppressed colonial past and rapacious present. How can we confront the cultural genocide in Indigenous Australia and meaningfully engage with our own First Nations communities in Western North Carolina?

Nov 12, 2015

Overfed & Undernourished, produced & directed by Troy Jones, examines a global epidemic and our modern lifestyles through one boy’s inspiring and personal journey to regain his health from the inside out. Find community resources and engage with local experts to keep your family healthy!

Dec 10, 2015

In every corner of the globe, we are polluting, diverting, pumping, and wasting our limited supply of fresh water at an exponential level as population and technology grows, resulting in the desertification of the earth. The good news is that people everywhere have fought and will continue fighting for their basic right to water. Find out who is controlling our water, and what can we do to protect our natural resources!

Thursday Jan 14, 2016

Narrated by Meryl Streep, this intimate and unprecedented look at butterflies, hummingbirds, bees, bats and flowers is a celebration of life, as a third of the world’s food supply depends on these incredible – and increasingly threatened – creatures. Join local garden and bee experts for a lively discussion on how to conserve our mountain habitats!

Feb 11, 2016

This powerful documentary was first broadcast on BBC Four in March 2007 to mark the bicentenary of the Slave Trade Act 1807 which abolished the slave trade in the British Empire. In a three-part documentary series, the history of racism over the last 500 years is examined in close detail, revealing some uncomfortable truths about how racist attitudes came into being and spread into popular opinion. We offer a safe space for more than just discussion, but opportunities for action in healing our personal histories and communities.