Archive for: Sundance

Sundance Review: “The Rambler”

Sundance Review: “The Rambler”

Rooftop alum Calvin Reeder’s in-your-face freakout odyssey.

Sundance Highlights from the last few days …

Sundance Highlights from the last few days …

Kat Candler recounts her highlights of the Sundance Film Festival so far.

Sundance Review: “Computer Chess”

Sundance Review: “Computer Chess”

“Everything is not everything. There’s more.” Andrew Bujalski’s masterful dark comedy about an early 80’s programming convention.

YouTube and Landlines

YouTube and Landlines

Kat gives nine lessons she learned from putting her film Black Metal on YouTube.

Black Metal…En Route to Sundance

Black Metal…En Route to Sundance

Rooftop Alum Kat Candler reports on her second time at Sundance with her latest film Black Metal.

Rooftop Alum + Grantees at Sundance 2013

Rooftop Alum + Grantees at Sundance 2013

Rooftop Alum and Filmmakers’ Fund recipients head to Sundance this year.

Calling All Filmmakers: Apply for Cinereach’s 2012 Grant Cycle!

Calling All Filmmakers: Apply for Cinereach’s 2012 Grant Cycle!

Apply for Cinereach’s 2012 Summer Grant Cycle now!

Spreading the word – DCTV Presents The Invisible War 7/26

Spreading the word – DCTV Presents The Invisible War 7/26

DCTV spreading the word together with the documentary The Invisible War Thursday, July 26th.

Meet the Filmmaker: David Zellner (“Kid-Thing”)

Meet the Filmmaker: David Zellner (“Kid-Thing”)

David Zellner sits down with Rooftop Films to discuss his latest film Kid-Thing screening Thursday, June 14 on the lawn at Automotive High School in Williamsburg.

Sundance Review: The Cynical Hope of “The Comedy”

Sundance Review: The Cynical Hope of “The Comedy”

The Comedy is a fiction film about a self-absorbed, filthy-rich, entitled, obnoxious, lazy hipster who goes around insulting his friends and condescending to strangers—and I genuinely, deeply cared about him.

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