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WATCH: AMERICAN JUGGALO

WATCH: AMERICAN JUGGALO

Check out Sean Dunne`s incredible documentary about Insane Clown Posse fans!

Announcing the 2012 Filmmakers’ Fund Grantees

Announcing the 2012 Filmmakers’ Fund Grantees

Find out this year’s Rooftop Filmmakers’ Fund grantees!

Support Rooftop Alum Talibah Newman’s “Sweet Honey Chile”

Support Rooftop Alum Talibah Newman’s “Sweet Honey Chile”

Support Rooftop Films alum Talibah Newman with her thesis film “Sweet Honey Chile” on Kickstarter.

The Wrap’s Short Film Festival-Vote For Your Favorite Short Film!

The Wrap’s Short Film Festival-Vote For Your Favorite Short Film!

Today is the last day to vote for your favorite short film as part of the Wrap’s Short Film Festival.

The Boys of Summer in This Ain’t California

The Boys of Summer in This Ain’t California

Our intern Samantha Hill picks This Ain’t California as her favorite film of the summer.

Meet the Filmmaker: Keith Miller (“Welcome to Pine Hill”)

Meet the Filmmaker: Keith Miller (“Welcome to Pine Hill”)

Rooftop talks with Welcome to Pine Hill director Keith Miller ahead of the free screening in Fort Greene Park on Thursday, August 9.

Free Arts Workshop + Screening for Youth

Free Arts Workshop + Screening for Youth

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.

Get Inspired with Once in a Lullaby

Get Inspired with Once in a Lullaby

A fifth grade choir from Staten Island gets their big break

Rooftop Filmmaker’s ‘Charade’: How You Can Help

Rooftop Filmmaker’s ‘Charade’: How You Can Help

Visual artist and Rooftop filmmaker Salise Hughes’ innovative new film needs your help

Conrad Jackson’s “Falling Overnight” Hits Theaters July 27th

Conrad Jackson’s “Falling Overnight” Hits Theaters July 27th

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!

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