The lead of Rooftop grantee Sean Durkin’s astonishing debut feature Martha Marcy May Marlene is one of the most fascinating and damaged characters in recent cinema.
My Sundance to do list: Arrive, replace toiletries thrown away by the TSA, watch non-California-based filmmakers sample oxygen bar with air of giddy why-notism.
First screening of Incident by a Bank. Sold out and ticket scalpers outside the theater even though the screening took place far from Park City in an Jewish Temple!!!
Why Sundance forced me to go back on my vow never to fly Southwest Airlines, my happiest moment of 1/20/11, courtesy of Patton Oswalt, and why the PARTY WILL NOT BE COOL.
When the best Swedish filmmakers arrived in Park City, the main question facing them was: To ski or to Entourage?
My short film Pioneer premieres this coming Friday night, and as of yet I have no tickets for the any of the screenings. Follow along, here at the Rooftop Films blog, as I set out to see my own film at Sundance!
This week marks the start of the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. Join Rooftop Films and our funny, charming alumni-in-attendance as they give you a behind-the-scenes look into the Prom of the Indie Film world.
The 2011 Sundance line-up features 25 Rooftop Alums, more than ever before. Meet the Sundance stars of tomorrow: Buy a Rooftop Films Membership today.
Following Rooftop’s fantastic Pittsburgh screening of Josh Fox’s Gasland, Joy Toujours and the Toys du Jour (the opening band that night) has made a farcical anti-fracking video.