by Mark Elijah Rosenberg
June 12th, 2009

Prosecuted as a rebel. Banned as a priest. Committed as an artist. Loved as a father. An inspiring and important documentary co-funded by Rooftop Films. Buy tickets here.

Venue: On the roof of the Old American Can Factory 
Address: 232 3rd St. @ 3rd Ave. (Gowanus/ Park Slope, Brooklyn)
Rain: In the event of rain the show will be held indoors at the same location
5:00PM: Panel discussion: “Message Vs. Craft,” outside in courtyard
6:30PM: Panel discussion: “Filmmaking Strategy,” outside in courtyard
7:30-9:00PM: Reception in the courtyard including FREE SANGRIA courtesy of Carlo Rossi
8:30PM: Live music presented by Sound Fix Records
9:00PM: Film + Filmmaker Q & A
Tickets: $9-$25 at the door or online
Presented in partnership with Cinereach, New York magazine, IndiePix, Shooting People & XØ Projects.



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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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