We’ve got a few of these playing throughout the summer in unexpected places. Tesla and Edison played at our Opening Night, on May 14, 2010, in “This Is What We Mean By Short Films.” (I.e., what we mean is a simple but brilliant idea.) Starring John C. Reilly and Crispin Glover.
“The Orange,” is Nick Fox-Gieg’s funny and lyrical animated short film about an orange that ruled the world. We spoke to Nick to find out more.
One of our favorite films from Rooftop Summer Series 2009 is screening tonight at Union Docs in Williamsburg
Rooftop Films returns to the Up North for three very cool shows on a roof in Yorkville Toronto as an official part of Hot Docs 2010.
Rooftop Films’ Summer Series 2010 is right around the corner! We will be screening more than 125 new short and feature films from around the world, May 14th.
Rooftop Films / Eastern Effects Equipment Grant Recipient Lee Isaac Chung will have the world premiere of his feature Lucky Life at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 23, 2010.
CHECK OUT ST. NICK AT 92Y TRIBECA ON FEB. 27
PLUS a Q&A with Director David Lowery
(discount for Rooftop Fans)
One of the finest fiction films we’ve ever shown at Rooftop is coming back to NYC on February 27–David Lowery’s St. Nick. The soft-spoken, thought-provoking director will be in town for a Q&A at the 92Y Tribeca.
The film has gone on to dozens of festivals and won numerous awards. Now it’s coming out in theaters, and of course I can’t recommend a film more highly.