Cold Weather
Narrative Feature
Free Show

Sunday Jan 9, 2011
8:00Doors Open
8:30Film begins
In case of rain, the screening will be held indoors at the same location.

VENUE
Ace Hotel
Liberty Hall at Ace Hotel New York
Chelsea
20 West 29th Street, New York, NY 10001
Take the N, R to 28th Street or the B, D, F, M, Q to Herald Square

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This Show Presented in Partnership With
Ace Hotel
IFC Films
Free Show!
Cold Weather will be released in theaters in February by IFC Films. Check www.ifcfilms.com for details.

Rooftop Films heads to Chelsea for our first ever screening in Ace Hotel's Liberty Hall, and we kick off our monthly screenings there with Aaron Katz's intelligent and exhilarating new indie mystery, Cold Weather.



THE FILMS

Cold Weather (Aaron Katz | Portland | 90 min.)
Filmmaker Aaron Katz is best know for the charming and deeply sensitive dramas Dance Party, USA and Quiet City (which we screened in 2008), and his latest film, Cold Weather, starts with a very simple, patient premise and a languid pace that seems very much of a piece with his earlier work. But in this film Katz has a few new tricks up his sleeve, and when the second act kicks in, it becomes very clear that Cold Weather will not be mistaken for a sedate mumblecore drama.

Doug (Lankenau) has just moved back to his hometown of Portland, Oregon, to move in with his sister (Dunn), hoping for another chance at jumpstarting their grown up lives. When Doug's ex-girlfriend comes to town unexpectedly, only to disappear shortly after, Doug, Gail, and their new friend Carlos (Castillo) appoint themselves as detectives in what they see as a real life Sherlock Holmes situation.

Like Katz's previous work, Cold Weather is a very personal film about the fear of growing up and about young people struggling to communicate and find their way in the world. But it is also a classic mystery, a love letter to the city of Portland, a beautifully composed work of cinema, and a bold and exciting step forward for one of independent cinema's most thoughtful young directors.

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Rooftop Films is a New York based non-profit whose mission is to engage diverse communities by showing independent movies in outdoor locations, producing new films, coordinating youth media education, and renting equipment at low cost to artists.

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