Filmmaker Michael Bilandic (Happy Life) discusses his new movie, Hellaware, starring Keith Poulson & Sophia Takal. Screening now at Cinema Village in NYC and streaming on Fandor.
Ep 242: Maureen Gosling, Chris Simon, Chris Strachwitz & Jim Browne / Stéphanie Chuat & Véronique Reymond
The team behind the documentary This Ain’t No Mouse Music, filmmakers Maureen Gosling & Chris Simon along with the film’s subject, Chris Strachwitz, and the distributor Jim Browne; also the Swiss French language film, Le Petite Chambre, filmmakers Stéphanie Chuat & Véronique Reymond.
Documentary filmmaker Lucia Small discusses her recent film, One Cut One Life which she co-directed with her filmmaking partner, the late Ed Pincus. The film will have its New York premiere at The New York Film Festival. Also discussing the festival are rogerebert.com critics Godfrey Cheshire & Scout Tafoya.
Celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Rob Reiner classic alongside Nigel Tufnel himself, Christopher Guest! New York Film Festival is offering Rooftop fans a chance to win two free passes to the screening.
The Director of the New York Film Festival, Kent Jones, comes on to discuss its 52nd installment. He also discusses his love of Godard, the influences of growing up in the Berkshires, and much more in this special conversation. The festival runs from September 26 through October 12th.
Guests include the creative team behind the new doc THE YES MEN ARE REVOLTING which premiered at TIFF; Ted Hope on his new book Hope For Film; and the Head of Content Partnerships at Tugg, Brian Parsons.
Rooftop Films is pleased to introduce you to the 2014 Rooftop Filmmakers Fund Grantees – a group of talented, up and coming filmmakers who you should certainly be looking out for!
Indiewire invites Rooftop Films fans to a special sneak preview of Spent: Looking For Change, with a panel and reception at Film Society of Lincoln Center, Tuesday September 23rd.
Guests for this episode are director Matthew Bonifacio (Lbs.) & actress/producer Julianna Gelinas Bonifacio have collaborated on the new dramedy, The Quitter. Their film will have its theatrical premiere in NYC on Friday, September 12 at the Regal Cinemas E-Walk.
IFP’s Senior Director of Programming, Milton Tabbot, discusses Independent Film Week, which takes place 9/14-9/18 in NYC. Also, filmmaker Tim Sutton with his new film, Memphis, in theaters in NYC on 9/5 & in L.A. on 9/12.