Rooftop Films

232 Third Street, Studio E103
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. Movies come from around the globe, and include both world premieres and festival award-winners.... more

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. Movies come from around the globe, and include both world premieres and festival award-winners. Since 2002, Rooftop has screened films for thousands of people each year in a number of incredible outdoor locations, including the Parade Grounds on the newly reopened Governors Island, along the East River on Roosevelt Island, in the beautiful garden of Automotive High School in Williamsburg, floating around Manhattan aboard the Rocks Off Temptress Cruise Ship, along the Hudson at the River Project in Tribeca, in the courtyard of Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center in the Lower East Side, at the University of Quebec's rooftop garden in Montreal, and even atop a spacious parking garage in Downtown Brooklyn.


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232 Third Street, Studio E103
Brooklyn, NY 11215
(718) 417-7362
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