Gateway Film Center wants local filmmakers to Show Us Your Shorts! On the last Monday of each month at 9PM filmmakers can showcase their best short-form video work, and compete for audience votes! Tickets are $5 with all door money going to the first-place winner.
A GFC Exclusive
An unconventional biography co-directed by Oscar-nominee Paola di Florio and Sundance winner Lisa Leeman about Hindu mystic Paramahansa Yogananda who brought yoga and meditation to the West in 1920. He also authored the spiritual classic “Autobiography of a Yogi,” which has sold millions of copies worldwide, and became the go-to book for seekers, philosophers and yogaenthusiasts, including George Harrison, Russell Simmons and Steve Jobs (it was the only book he had on his iPad). By personalizing his own quest for enlightenment and sharing his struggles along the path, Yogananda made ancient teachings accessible to a modern audience, attracting countless followers and paving the way for the millions who practice yoga today. Filmed over three years with the participation of 30 countries, the film takes us from holy pilgrimages in India to Harvard’s Divinity School and its cutting-edge physics labs, from the Center for Science and Spirituality at the University of Pennsylvania to the Chopra Center in Carlsbad, California. By evoking the journey of the soul as it pushes its way through the delusion of the material world, the film creates an experiential immersion into the unseen realms. AWAKE is ultimately the story of mankind itself: the universal struggle of all beings to free themselves from suffering and to seek lasting happiness.
Dale (Charlie Day), Kurt (Jason Sudeikis) and Nick (Jason Bateman) decide to start their own business but things don't go as planned because of a slick investor, prompting the trio to pull off a harebrained and misguided kidnapping scheme.
Catch the Ohio Grown Short Film THYME AFTER THYME before each screening of HORRIBLE BOSSES 2 November 28th - December 4th. The film won the Audience Award at this year's Columbus 48-Hour Film Festival and is directed by local filmmaker Andrew Powell.