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Guests on this episode include Chris Mason Johnson the director of the film Test; and the filmmakers of the new documentary First to Fall which is premiering at the New York Human Rights Watch Film Festival next week.
Guitars/composer Alexander Turnquist brings his densely melodic music to Brooklyn for a special performance before THE SEARCH FOR EMAK BAKIA.
The Emotional Arcade, an interactive installation where experiencers engage in competitive games using their emotions, is coming to Rooftop Films this weekend! We talked with creator Brent Hoff about his project – come try it out this Saturday at Love Hurts (Romantic Short Films)
A film by the surrealist artist Man Ray called “Emak Bakia,” which means “leave me alone” in Basque, inspired the filmmaker Oskar Alegria to retrace Ray’s footsteps and create a documentary about his journey.
The programmers of BAMcinemaFest including Ryan Werner, Nellie Killian, David Reilly & Gabriele Caroti stop by to discuss this summer’s festivities; also one of the films in the festival is a new documentary, Evolution of a Criminal. It’s director Darius Clark Monroe visits in the second segment.
Film For All! Rooftop Helps AT&T and Tribeca Film Festival Screen ‘When Harry Met Sally’ Across All 5 Boroughs
Rooftop Films Brings AT&T and Tribeca Film Festival’s Free ‘Film For All’ Screening of ‘When Harry Met Sally’ to All Five Boroughs Simultaneously!
Brooklyn-based art rockers Salt Cathedral are gonna slay the crowd at Sundance Film Festival Shorts! Check out our interview with these multi-national music makers.
One of the most excitingly original shorts programs Rooftop has to offer this season, Trapped in the Machine is all about range – from the strange and mildly disturbing to the heartfelt and affecting, this bill has a little bit of everything for the adventurous viewer.
Bryan Wizemann has screened with Rooftop Films not once, not twice, but three times! This superstar triple-alum is Kickstarting his latest feature, a coming of age high school story that is sure to be a powerful piece of drama.