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Films at the Gate 2016

Don’t miss Films at the Gate this year! Back for an eleventh year on Friday – Sunday, August 26 – 28. Schedule available at ACDC. Or take a look back at years past here.

Films at the Gate 10th Anniversary

Films at the Gate returns for the tenth time! More details over at ACDC. Come out and watch films under the stars.

Films at the Gate: 9th year!

Time again for Films at the Gate! What began nine years ago as an effort to transform a vacant lot in Boston’s Chinatown has become an enduring tradition: a free, outdoor series of Chinese-language films under the stars. Learn about the project here. Friday-Sunday, Sept. 12-14, 2014. Schedule here. See you by the Gate!

Films at the Gate 2013: schedule is here!

It’s time again for Films at the Gate! What began in 2006 as an effort to transform a vacant lot in Boston’s Chinatown has become an enduring tradition: a free, outdoor series of Chinese-language films under the stars. Learn about the project here. Friday-Sunday, Sept. 13-15. Curator Jean Lukitsh has provided the film choices for 2013, […]

Films at the Gate: on to the weekend

The first two nights of Films at the Gate have been wonderful—not an empty seat in the “house.” If you are coming down this weekend, feel free to bring your own seating so we can offer more chairs to seniors and kids. For the first time in seven years, Leslie and I will have to […]

Films at the Gate 2012: starts Thursday!

What began on a vacant lot continues on the Greenway: Films at the Gate returns, starting tomorrow, Thursday 8/23. Join us as we create a free, outdoor theater, showing Kung-Fu and classic Chinese-language films under the stars, next to the Chinatown Gate. Film schedule and details here. Movies roll at 8PM, and there are walking tours and […]

Films at the Gate: Red Fists, the Man Behind SHAOLIN TEMPLE

Films at the Gate starts is almost here! Check out the 2012 schedule chosen by curator Jean Lukitsh. Here’s another terrific post from Jean about one of her picks SHAOLIN TEMPLE. Thanks Jean! To say that Cheung Sing-yim (1935- ), the director of Jet Li’s debut film THE SHAOLIN TEMPLE, is relatively unknown is putting […]