Did you attend a Rooftop event this year? Did you screen a film, watch shorts online, rent equipment, or partake in all that Rooftop Films has to offer? If so, you are part of the Rooftop Community, and we need your support.
We are pleased to announce that the debut feature by Rooftop alumni Terence Nance has been selected to make its world premiere at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival! But he needs your help to make it there.
Our Films For the Occupation series is finished (at least for now) but the screenings were tremendously successful with packed houses all over the city and truly fascinating and provocative Q. For those of you who missed the final short program, here are most of the short films that we screened on our Friday night […]
Soul Food Junkies, the new documentary from award-winning director and Rooftop Films alum Byron Hurt, addresses the consequences of the beloved comfort food cuisine known as soul food – both good and bad. Kickstart this important project.
Andy Berends is a daring and very smart filmmaker, as well as a Rooftop alum (We showed Adnaan’s feature When Adnaan Comes Home back in 2007). His latest project looks fantastic, so take a look at his trailer and help him finish his film!
That’s right folks, this year, we’re going all out. Rooftop is putting on our very first Winter Benefit, and we want you to be there.
Four nights of activist films screening for free in Manhattan and Brooklyn, Dec. 13-16!