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“I just finished watching it, and found it incredibly beautiful, inspiring and uplifting and will watch it again and again.”
— Olga, Stockholm, Sweden
“We are members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and we have been watching screeners of the films in competition all week, but The Yoga Sutra is more interesting and original than anything else we’ve seen.”
— Anonymous -At the Beverly Hills Premiere
“I have been so curious about this film you have been working on for a while now, and now it’s completed, and I must say, I am blown away by it. So much wisdom and it’s visually stunning!”
— Raffaella - Milan, Italy

yoga was never like this.  

From visionary director Zorie Barber comes a film that will challenge everything you think you know about yoga.  

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A perilous journey deep into the heart of The Yoga Sutra. Friday, fired from her deadend corporate job, is on a vision quest. When her motorcycle breaks down on the Arizona Mexico border, the local sheriff discovers a strange book in her possession. Thinking the handwritten book may be terrorist code, the sheriff imprisons her in a backwater jail. As Friday transforms the jail and its inhabitants with the secret teachings of the Patanjali Yoga Sutra, we begin to see how the ancient teachings allow Friday to overcome an extremely desperate situation.

FROM THE SOUNDTRACK

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See The Yoga Sutra - A Zorie Barber Film in Theaters now

 

We’ve partnered with Tugg.com https://www.tugg.com/titles/the-yoga-sutra, a web-platform that enables individuals, groups, and organizations to set up personalized screenings of The Yoga Sutra - A Zorie Barber Film in theaters and community venues across the country. This is a fantastic opportunity to raise awareness for your teacher training or studio! To spark change in your area, events can be used as fundraisers and can include audience discussions.

 

There are many ways to host a screening:

In a Local Theater https://www.tugg.com/event_requests/new?title=the-yoga-sutra or in a Community Center or Campus email: hello@ghost-holdings.com  or text: +1-297-3376

In a Local Theater Tugg’s 
Promoter's Guide will lead you through the process of hosting a screening and getting the most out of your event!

The process is simple:
  1. Fill out the Event Request Form to pick the date, time, and place for your special screening.
  2. The theater approves the request, and you can begin selling tickets on your personalized Event Page.
  3. Sell enough tickets before the event deadline to confirm your screening. If you don’t meet this “Threshold,” no one will be charged and your event will be called off.
  4. Sit back and enjoy the movie with your community!
 
 

For info on The Yoga Sutra - A Zorie Barber Film,  to book educational or corporate screenings, or to book a private class with Zorie please send an email to hello@ghost-holdings.com 

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ABOUT: Zorie barber

Who is Zorie Barber?   Zorie Barber AKA Zorlord AKA Zephyr Bartholomew AKA ZorBar is an Italian American named after his Sicilian Grandfather, Rosario Barbera.  He grew up in South Philadelphia, graduating from the prestigious Germantown Friends School and was surrounded by design as a child, raised in his mother’s interior design studio, Floss Barber, Inc.  He took his first yoga class at The Garland of Letters on South St. in 1985 with Dr. Pratop.  In 1989 at the age of 19, Zorie moved to Kyoto, Japan to study Aikido at the Osaka Tenshin Dojo and augmented his Aikido practice by studying Oriental Medicine and acupuncture at Emperor’s College in Santa Monica, Ca.  Bitten by the film bug, he returned to NYC and graduated from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts film program in 1996.  Following a stint on Wall Street at Merrill Lynch’s world headquarters office in their PDP program and working as a licensed stock broker, he produced and starred in the the commercially successful comedy film “Whipped”, launching the careers of Amanda Peet, Brian Van Holt and Bridget Moynihan.  While living in Hollywood and working on a screenplay about past lives called “All the Tea in China,” he met a Tibetan Buddhist monk and spent the next 12 years going through the course of study of the great Buddhist Universities of Tibet in the Gelugpa tradition at the infamous Diamond Mountain University.  “The Yoga Sutra” film came from a synthesis of his desire to adapt the dramatic novel “How Yoga Works” for the big screen and his desire to recapitulate his many years of studying the philosophies of the Buddhists and the practical martial arts of the Japanese Budo masters.  “The Yoga Sutra” is his feature film directing debut.  He is currently developing a crypto currency startup and a feature film inspired by his experiences in Japan studying martial arts.  

Who is Zorie Barber?

 

Zorie Barber AKA Zorlord AKA Zephyr Bartholomew AKA ZorBar is an Italian American named after his Sicilian Grandfather, Rosario Barbera.  He grew up in South Philadelphia, graduating from the prestigious Germantown Friends School and was surrounded by design as a child, raised in his mother’s interior design studio, Floss Barber, Inc.  He took his first yoga class at The Garland of Letters on South St. in 1985 with Dr. Pratop.  In 1989 at the age of 19, Zorie moved to Kyoto, Japan to study Aikido at the Osaka Tenshin Dojo and augmented his Aikido practice by studying Oriental Medicine and acupuncture at Emperor’s College in Santa Monica, Ca.  Bitten by the film bug, he returned to NYC and graduated from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts film program in 1996. 

Following a stint on Wall Street at Merrill Lynch’s world headquarters office in their PDP program and working as a licensed stock broker, he produced and starred in the the commercially successful comedy film “Whipped”, launching the careers of Amanda Peet, Brian Van Holt and Bridget Moynihan.  While living in Hollywood and working on a screenplay about past lives called “All the Tea in China,” he met a Tibetan Buddhist monk and spent the next 12 years going through the course of study of the great Buddhist Universities of Tibet in the Gelugpa tradition at the infamous Diamond Mountain University.  “The Yoga Sutra” film came from a synthesis of his desire to adapt the dramatic novel “How Yoga Works” for the big screen and his desire to recapitulate his many years of studying the philosophies of the Buddhists and the practical martial arts of the Japanese Budo masters. 

“The Yoga Sutra” is his feature film directing debut.  He is currently developing a crypto currency startup and a feature film inspired by his experiences in Japan studying martial arts.

 

To Screen the film in your yoga studio, school or corporation contact us below:

email hello@ghost-holdings.com or call or text +1-213-538-2972