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by Mark Elijah Rosenberg
June 18th, 2010

Filmmakers come from around the world to attend their Rooftop Films screenings. As a non-profit organization with a relatively small budget, it’s hard for us to provide housing at all times. Can you host a filmmaker for a couple days?

You’ll get to meet a cool filmmaker, help out a great festival, and, we’ll kick in four free tickets for a one-night stay, eight tickets for a two-night stay, and a Rooftop season pass for stays of three days or longer!

If you have a spare room, bed or couch and want to host a Rooftop filmmaker, email housing@rooftopfilms.com.

Thanks!


Photo of Giacun Caduff, producer of Etienne!, and the titular hamster star of the film. Photo by Irwin Seow.

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One Response to “Can You House a Rooftop Filmmaker?”

  1. darini nicholas says:

    i’ll be happy to house a film maker for one or two nights in my studio in ft. green. i have a couch, the studio is not that spacious but the location is fabulous and easy for transportation.
    feel free to contact me if i can be of help.

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