On this episode of the podcast we welcome back a returning Charlie Ahearn who will be appearing this coming weekend (3/11-3/13) at the Anthology Film Archives for mini retrospective of past & recent works. Then I’ll be joined by filmmaker Jon Nealon, half the filmmaking team behind the new documentary, Here Come The Videofreex, which premieres theatrically on 3/9, joined by Videofreex original member Skip Blumberg.
The Director of Programming for the Brooklyn Film Festival, Bryce Renninger, whose 18th season begins on Friday, May 29th; I Believe in Unicorns director & founder of Film Fatales, Leah Meyerhoff; and filmmaker Josh Alexander are all guests.
Guests include Lucia Small whose collaboration with the late Ed Pincus, the documentary One Cut, One Life opens 5/13 at the IFC Center in NYC; and artistic director of the Hamptons International Film Festival, David Nugent.
Guests on this Reel Works sponsored episode of the podcast include Field Niggas filmmaker Khallik Allah, and in the second segment Frances Bodomo & Alexandre Rockwell.
Summer Series alum A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night hits select theaters on November 21st! Don’t miss the world’s first Iranian vampire spaghetti western.
Hellion, the feature film from Rooftop alum Kat Candler, premieres at IFC on June 13th!
Among the guests are Jehane Noujaim & Karim Amer (The Square), Jason DaSilva (When I Walk) and the returning Zachary Levy (Strongman).
If you missed the opportunity to watch Detropia with us, check it out at the IFC Center starting Friday, September 7!
Leah, one of Rooftop Film’s interns, explains why Detropia was her favorite screening this summer series.
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.