|8:30PM||Live Music by maundrie fox|
|11:30PM||After Party courtesy of Red Stripe and Bulleit|
274 36th Street, Brooklyn, New York, 11232
D, N, R to 36 St
In NYC, you’re always on the edge of adventure. Rooftop heads to the wilds of Industry City (just two subway stops from Manhattan) for local filmmakers’ danger and chaos, dark humor and gritty beauty.
New Yorkers take trouble in stride, dodging it when they need to, running with it when they want. As Rooftop moves into a impressive new venue -- multiple roofs in an industrial badlands (with spectacular views of Manhattan) -- we know our audience will thrill to this show, as New York filmmakers channel the city’s hectic energy, creating worlds of chaos, some real, others imagined or untrue.
- Mark Elijah Rosenberg
The Apocalypse (Andrew Zuchero | 6 min.)
Four uninspired friends try to come up with a terrific idea for how to spend their Saturday
Pilgrims (Ricky D'Ambrose | 14 min.)
In a city afflicted by a series of increasingly violent protests, a dying young man is visited
in his apartment by a refugee, a political radical, and a priest.
We Will Live Again (Josh Koury, Myles Kane | 12 min.)
Everybody dies. Some people will try to come back. New York filmmakers Koury and Kane take a look at the surprisingly matter-of-fact operations at the Cryonics Institute.
Sea Pig (Andrew Gilchrist and Jesse Allen | New York, NY | 11 min.)
A man's re-occurring sexual fantasies about a mermaid tear his world apart and reveal disturbing insights into the object of his desire.
The Earthquake (Danielle Lessovitz | 10 min.)
In a cramped Brooklyn apartment nine days after the earthquake in Haiti, a pregnant refugee fears she's carrying a stillborn while Haitian children play a dangerous game in the next room.
Karaoke! (Andrew Renzi | 14 min.)
The city provides distraction as a young man avoids his problems.
Five Years (Durier Ryan | 13 min.)
On the first day of a five-year probation sentence, a teen gets a desperate call for help from a friend in crisis, and moving through the city has never been so risky.
Teardrop (Damian John Harper | 15 min.)
A young thug learns the hard way that neighborhood gangs draw sharp boundaries in NYC, and through his dynamic first-person view we’re implicated in his forced revenge and initiation ritual.
"Maundrie Fox‘s self-titled, electronic release is glitch in its most civilized form. The American expat crafts, expertly, wandering beats with such a deep pocket that the potential to ignore the rest exists. In brief moments, the thumping subsides, letting you wipe the sweat from your brow, and in those moments, melodic clarity proves that it’s all there. Similarly, the supporting pad sounds truly feel designed rather than used, setting a living background for the lead samples to inhabit. In entirety, Maundrie Fox has delivered pure gold, a standard for DIY music." - Dingus