Lila Place, director of “Pool,” talks to us about the public pool as microcosm for New York City, and how sometimes following the rules is an essential part of having fun.
Filmmaker Rachel Tracey talks about meeting the subject of her documentary “A Grumpy Old Man,” and why collecting clocks makes sense after that moment in your life when time stood still.
Who says there’s no such thing as a free lunch – or dinner?
In “Prince/William,” director Keith Miller subtle weaves a complex story of race and class in the changing strata of New York neighborhoods out of a simple conversation between strangers.
A behind the scene look at Ledo and Ix Go to Town, “a sort of eight-bit tribute to Waiting for Godot.”
Rooftop Films speaks to director Johannes Nyholm about the fine line between dreams and reality. See his shadow puppet animation TONIGHT at Rooftop Films “Dark ‘Toons.”
Rooftop Films spoke with Camillevis Thery about metaphysics and the communicative power of a simple line. See his short film “Inukshuk” TONIGHT at our “Dark ‘Toons” show.
Join us Wednesday, June 2nd, for an exclusive sneak preview of The Neistat Brothers, a genre-busting, eight-episode series.
Rooftop Films speaks with Jake Armstrong, director of “The Terrible Thing of Alpha-9,” a funny and heartbreaking sci-fi animation and part of our Dark Toons program on May 28th.
Over 1,700 of you came out for Rooftop Films Opening Weekend, which sold out and got lots of attention from the press. (Photo by Chris La Putt of Brooklyn Vegan.)