The lead of Rooftop grantee Sean Durkin’s astonishing debut feature Martha Marcy May Marlene is one of the most fascinating and damaged characters in recent cinema.
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A contemporary apocalyptic story of a man, of a people, and of the fate of one of our planet’s most valuable natural resources, the Amazonian Rainforest. Co-produced by the Rooftop Filmmakers’ Fund, this vital film needs your support!
Rooftop showed this sexy, funny short at our “Endless Forgiveness: Romantic Short Films” show in 2009. Now that’s it up online, you can get titilated, too.
Rooftop recently awarded our Eastern Effects Equipment Grant to Andrew Semans’ feature film Nancy, Please. We are thrilled to be supporting the movie, and you can help, too! Kick in a few bucks on Kickstarter.
Rooftop alum/grantee Bill Brown is like the Huck Finn of contemporary American art. Bill and Sabine Gruffat have created The Bike Box, a mobile-media bicycle library and interactive installation housed in the Devotion Gallery.
Earlier this summer, Rooftop screened Keith Miller’s ethically and technically fascinating dramatic recreation of actual events, Prince/William. Now working on his new feature film in a similar mode, the film (and the process) promise to be very interesting, and deserve your support on Kickstarter.
Wanna get your film funded? Kickstarter Film Festival filmmakers share their tips for running a successful crowd-funding campaign.