Upcoming 2013 Film Festivals
Amy Seimetz chats with Rooftop Films to discuss her debut feature Sun Don’t Shine, screening Saturday, June 9 at Open Road Rooftop in the Lower East Side.
Caveh Zahedi sits down with Rooftop Films to discuss his latest controversial film The Sheik and I, screening Thursday, June 7 at Automotive High School in Williamsburg.
Director Vikram Gandhi talks with Rooftop Films about his documentary Kumaré, screening Saturday, May 26 at Open Road Rooftop in the Lower East Side.
It is our pleasure to announce our full feature line-up for the 16th Annual Summer Series presented by AT&T.
Rooftop is thrilled to announce that a special screening of The Myth of the American Sleepover will take place on July 17th, at the Ace Hotel. This incredibly beautiful and intimate film about being a teen, seeking adventure, forming bonds, falling in love, and growing up will be followed by a Q&A with the director, David Robert Mitchell himself, as well as some fun sleepover games!
Rooftop has partnered up with The Awesome Fest to bring Philadelphia an entire summer of completely FREE independent cinema. At Piazza at Schmidt’s, filmmakers, talent, and enthusiasts will come together for outdoor screenings of films direct from SXSW, Tribeca, and Sundance. To inspire the growth of Philly’s independent film community, the Awesome Fest now needs your support.
We spoke to Sophia Takal about what it was like to play the other woman in a love triangle with her real life boyfriend and roommate. A sneak preview of Sophia’s film Green plays tonight at Rooftop Films.
NO MATTER WHAT is a gripping story about two best friends on an epic journey. Their relationship has a searing authenticity uncommon in today’ buddy comedies. We sat down with Cherie Saulter to ask her how she did it.
We speak to director Alison Bagnall about the extraordinary performances she got from indie starlet Greta Gerwig and newcomer Olly Alexander in her new film The Dish and the Spoon.