My impassioned argument for why YOU need to get yourself to the roof of the Old American Can Factory in Park Slope, Brooklyn, this Sunday and watch what is in my opinion the craziest, most fucked up, and most fantastic film we’re showing at this year’s Summer Series.
Rooftop’s resident Canuck provides a guide to Hot Docs, the city of Toronto, and Rooftop’s three shows at the festival.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Well look no further, because Rooftop Alum Extraordinaire Robert Greene’s gorgeous new film Kati with an I opens TONIGHT, right here in our fair city.
Cold Weather, filmmaker Aaron Katz’s intelligent and exhilarating new indie mystery, was a huge hit when we screened it at the Ace Hotel in January. It’s no mystery why. Go see it Friday at the IFC Center.
It’s been a heck of a week. I received so many kind words from so many strangers – about my film, sure – but none so kind as those about my mustache.
Rooftop alum Todd Rohal‘sThe Catechism Cataclysm follows the storyline of your typical road-trip movie. On a boat. With a priest. Who’s obsessed with bad heavy metal music.
I’m not usually a fan of “Midnight Movies”—horror, camp, sci-fi, B-movies, etc.—but three nights in a row I’ve loved Sundance’s 12am screenings at the Egyptian Theater.
My reflections on Sundance hotel room cable movie watching, my friend Todd Rohal’s hilarious film The Catechism Cataclysm and whether or not the party will, in fact, be cool.