Filmmaker Rachel Tracey talks about meeting the subject of her documentary “A Grumpy Old Man,” and why collecting clocks makes sense after that moment in your life when time stood still.
In “Prince/William,” director Keith Miller subtle weaves a complex story of race and class in the changing strata of New York neighborhoods out of a simple conversation between strangers.
Jesse Selwyn, grandson and director of “NJ Lady,” talks to Rooftop about why his grandmother is funnier than yours.
Rooftop Films spoke with Camillevis Thery about metaphysics and the communicative power of a simple line. See his short film “Inukshuk” TONIGHT at our “Dark ‘Toons” show.
Rooftop Films speaks with Jake Armstrong, director of “The Terrible Thing of Alpha-9,” a funny and heartbreaking sci-fi animation and part of our Dark Toons program on May 28th.
“The Orange,” is Nick Fox-Gieg’s funny and lyrical animated short film about an orange that ruled the world. We spoke to Nick to find out more.
Everyone’s seen Star Wars, right? Well, not quite everyone. Rooftop Films speaks with Joe Nicolosi about his film, “Star Wars: Retold”
SAT. 6/13: “PERSONA NON GRATA” – US PREMIERE OF ROOFTOP CO-FUNDED DOC
WATCH AN INTERVIEW WITH THE AWARD-WINNING DIRECTOR, FABIO WUYTACK
On Saturday, June 13, Rooftop Films will host the US Premiere of Persona Non Grata, a documentary directed by Fabio Wuytack and co-funded by the Rooftop Filmmakers’ Fund. The film tells the story of the filmmaker’s father, Franz Wuytack, a sculptor who spent many years in the 1970s as a missionary in Venezuela, fighting for […]