Rooftop Films, the Fledgling Fund, DreamYard Project, and Shine Global partner-up to bring free arts workshops and screenings on July 31, August 3, and August 7.
Rooftop Films sits down with the programmer for Animation Block Party, playing Friday, July 28 at Automotive High School.
Rooftop Film’s Alum Conrad Jackson presents “Falling Overnight,” which comes out in theaters July 27th. A gripping and inspiring love story of two hopeful romantics as they embark on an uncertain future, “Falling Overnight” is not a film to miss!
If you didn’t make it to our screening of Virkam Gandhi’s “Kumare”, we’ve got great news! The documentary film about Gandhi’s dip into the conman’s world as a local guru in Arizona will be showcasing on June 20 in the IFC Center.
Acclaimed independent filmmaker Byron Hurt’s latest film Soul Food Junkies will premiere at the American Black Film Festival this week.
I Think It’s Raining screens at Open Road on June 16. Director Joshua Moore and Actor Alexandra Clayton share with us their collaborative process and more.
Amy Seimetz chats with Rooftop Films to discuss her debut feature Sun Don’t Shine, screening Saturday, June 9 at Open Road Rooftop in the Lower East Side.
And no, it does not involve bar hopping in the Village in weird costumes (although it does involve superheroes!).
“Neurotypical” offers a different perspective on autism, placing autistics in control of readdressing society’s perception about them. We spoke to Adam Larsen as well as Paula Durbin-Westby who is featured in the film.
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.