New York ROOFTOP Film Festival

United States

Rooftop Films: movies on a roof in Brooklyn, bringing the underground outdoors

Founded in 1997.

Rooftop Films is one of the premiere venues, in New York City and beyond, for new, underground and independent short films and underexposed feature films. Our films come from around the globe, and include both world premieres and festival award-winners. The artists we present include first-time filmmakers, long-time outsider artists and seasoned film professionals.

At Rooftop Films, we don't screen in theaters, we screen in communities. From the roof of The Old American Can Factory, an artists' complex in Park Slope / Gowanus, to our new education partners Automotive High School, in the heart of Williamsburg, Rooftop Films collaborates with our venues and neighborhoods to show you where and how we live. And so the films we gather are deeply personal explorations of places around the world.

Rooftop Films is a non-profit film festival and production collective that supports, creates, promotes, and shows daring short films worldwide and in a weekly summer rooftop film festival.
Rooftop Films is more than a film festival; above all, we are a community. We are a collective collaboration between filmmakers and festivals, between audience members and artists, between venues and neighborhoods. Our goal is to create a vibrant independent filmmaking community that bridges cultural boundaries. At Rooftop Films, we bring the underground outdoors.

Hungarian films at the festival

2006 - Little Apocrypha No.1

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