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Films at the Gate: All in the Family – Fung Fung, Fung Hak-on, and Fung Bo Bo

Films at the Gate’s Jean Lukitsh introduces us to the Fung family, many of whom have played a role in films we’ve shown over the years and this season as well. Thanks Jean! From Hong Kong to Hollywood, show business tends to be a family affair. Once an actor or director finds success, doors open […]

Street Lab seeks volunteers for Films at the Gate 2011

Films at the Gate 2011 is just around the corner, and Street Lab is looking for production volunteers! Here’s a post that just went up at www.filmsatthegate.org seeking volunteers to work alongside Volunteer Producer Sam Davol and other community members on the lot: Street Lab, Inc, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, is seeking voluntees to help us transform […]

Films at the Gate: The Little Dragon

You’ll see Bruce Lee when we show WAY OF THE DRAGON and THE KID on the lot. In the post below, Film at the Gate curator Jean Lukitsh, introduces us to the young Bruce Lee and the work he put in before becoming an international star. Thanks Jean! Bruce Lee is undeniably one of the most recognizable […]

Films at the Gate: 2011 film schedule is here!

This is our sixth year on the lot, and Films at the Gate curator Jean Lukitsh has put together our best series yet.  Join us Thursday 8/25/11 through Sunday 8/28/11. We’ll be showing: WAY OF THE DRAGON, the first (and only) film directed by Bruce Lee, GALLANTS, an indie film shot in 18 days with a […]

Live from Chinatown Park: Films at the Gate 2010 comes to an end

We’re sitting in the middle of Chinatown park, wrapping up our final film CHILDREN OF INVENTION. More photos here. (This entry was uploaded live from the park using free public WIFI provided by the Greenway.) Thanks to everyone for joining us at Films at the Gate 2010. See you next year.

Films at the Gate 2010, final night, CHILDREN OF INVENTION (2009)

Join us at 8:00PM tonight in Chinatown Park on the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway as we close out Films at the Gate 2010. Tonight’s film CHILDREN OF INVENTION was filmed, in part, in Boston’s Chinatown. It tells the story of two young children living illegally in a model apartment outside Boston are left to fend […]

Saturday night in Chinatown Park, now to the homestretch

Saturday’s animated film HAVOC IN HEAVEN (1961) lit up Chinatown Park tonight. Thanks to Bow Sim Mark Tai Chi Arts Association for kicking things off with a beautiful demonstration class. Tomorrow is our final night. Join us for CHILDREN OF INVENTION (2009), the first English-language film ever shown at Films at the Gate. The independent film […]