Reel Works is one of the finest youth media training programs in the country, but they need your support to keep going!
APPLY NOW! The TFI New Media Fund provides funding and support to non-fiction, social issue media projects which go beyond traditional screens – integrating film with content across media platforms, from video games and mobile apps to social networks and interactive websites. They’re looking for projects that activate audiences around issues of contemporary social justice […]
The director speaks of the risks of love, the edges of violence and being adrift in the desert of Albuquerque.
The Rooftop Filmmakers’ Fund gave early support to Heidi Brandenburg and Matthew Orzel’s When Two Worlds Collide. Get in early as they are now seeking finishing funds for what is sure to be an astonishing political/environmental documentary.
Filmmakers: our friends at Cinereach are now accepting Letters of Inquiry for their Summer 2011 Grant Cycle. Grants range from $5,000-$50,000 project and are given during all stages of production. Apply today.
Brooklyn Workforce Innovations runs one of the finest film training program in the city, helping disadvantaged young people receive professional-quality film training. Hire one today for your film shoot!
Zachary Raines, director of the black comedy Freeloader, discusses filming in NYC on no budget and being “broke, lazy and willing to weasel things out of people.” (Those things aren’t related.)
We could not be more excited to announce our special weekend of select films from the 2011 South by Southwest Film Festival, making their New York Premieres June 3-5 2011, as part of Rooftop Films 15th Annual Summer Series.