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BAMcinemafast starts this Thursday with a special screening of the wonderful film Weekend. BAM will be showing a series of fantastic films throughout the summer including a screening of The Catechism Cataclysm this Saturday in partnership with Rooftop Films!
Rooftop Films is very excited about The Northside Festival which is starting this Thursday. We will be co-hosting a special screening of several short films about New York City together with Northside.
Rooftop is again partnering with the Rural Route Film Fest: on August 7, we’ll be hosting an 8pm and a 10pm screening on the garden roof of The Brooklyn Grange. But in order to get there, the Rural Route folks need your support.
Rooftop is excited to announce that a series of our films will be screened in Philadelphia in partnership with The Awesome Fest, the only place in Philly to get your fill of all the most awesome movie events.
We spoke to Sophia Takal about what it was like to play the other woman in a love triangle with her real life boyfriend and roommate. A sneak preview of Sophia’s film Green plays tonight at Rooftop Films.
We spoke with directors Michael Galinsky and Suki Hawley about how they became involved in the fight against Bruce Ratner’s Atlantic Yard’s projects, and what they hope people will take away from this important film.
We spoke to Todd Bieber, the man behind the “Found: Lost Pictures of the New York Blizzare” YouTube sensation, about the highs, lows and German wine drinking which constituted his amazing and surreal adventure.
NO MATTER WHAT is a gripping story about two best friends on an epic journey. Their relationship has a searing authenticity uncommon in today’ buddy comedies. We sat down with Cherie Saulter to ask her how she did it.
Rooftop Films speaks to Ian Cheney (Rooftop Alum, King Corn) about how astronomy can help us put our lives into perspective, and where he goes to enjoy darkness under the 1,000 watt smile of New York City