We speak to director Alison Bagnall about the extraordinary performances she got from indie starlet Greta Gerwig and newcomer Olly Alexander in her new film The Dish and the Spoon.
The director speaks of the risks of love, the edges of violence and being adrift in the desert of Albuquerque.
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.
Catch two of Rooftop Alum David Lowery’s acclaimed films for one week only at reRun Gastropub and Theater, starting tonight.
We met our Kickstarter goal! Thanks everyone. Read here about all the filmmakers, wrestlers, robots, and lesbian space aliens on the Rooftops of New York City.
Rooftop Films is proud to announce the line-up for our 15th Annual Summer Series. This summer we’ll show more than 200 great new underground movies outdoors in NYC.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Well look no further, because Rooftop Alum Extraordinaire Robert Greene’s gorgeous new film Kati with an I opens TONIGHT, right here in our fair city.