Archive for: Sundance

Hellion NYC Premiere June 13th!

Hellion NYC Premiere June 13th!

Hellion, the feature film from Rooftop alum Kat Candler, premieres at IFC on June 13th!

Big Films In Little Packages: The 2014 Short Film Lineup is here!

Big Films In Little Packages: The 2014 Short Film Lineup is here!

This season we will present 120 shorts in over a dozen programs curated to compliment the theme and spirit of the films.

For a good time… support The Foxy Merkins!

For a good time… support The Foxy Merkins!

Support The Foxy Merkins, a new lesbian-prostitute-buddy-comedy from Rooftop alum Madeline Olnek.

Newlyweeds in theaters Sept 18th!

Newlyweeds in theaters Sept 18th!

The “stoner dramedy” and feature debut from Rooftop Film Fund Grantee Shaka King will begin its theatrical run at Film Forum on September 18th, with Shaka King in person at select screenings!

Sundance Review: “Ain’t Them Bodies Saints”

Sundance Review: “Ain’t Them Bodies Saints”

There is a certain hypnotic power in David Lowery’s films. Ain’t Them Bodies Saints is a post-modern Western, a form of near-magical realism, so vivid and detailed and intense as to seem dreamlike.

Sundance Review: Concussion

Sundance Review: Concussion

A thoughtful and refreshing look at relationships, family and personal fulfillment in our modern world.

Citizens Tia and Carl Lessin at Sundance

Citizens Tia and Carl Lessin at Sundance

Rooftop alum and Academy Award-nominated filmmakers Tia and Carl Lessin discuss their experience at Sundance with their latest documentary Citizen Koch.

Ep 104: Zachary Heinzerling

Ep 104: Zachary Heinzerling

Guest host Kristin McCracken interviews Zachary Heinzerling the director of the Sundance Film Festival hit, Cutie and the Boxer.

Sundance Review “Stories We Tell”

Sundance Review “Stories We Tell”

A poignant and moving portrait of family, love, secrets and discovery.

That’s Love There: Highlights from Sundance

That’s Love There: Highlights from Sundance

Rooftop alum and Filmmakers’ Fund grantee Shaka King reflects on his experiences at Sundance with his film Newlyweeds.

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