Rooftop’s annual Summer Series continues this week with more of those Underground Movies Outdoors. The series has been running since May and will continue to run through Saturday, August 18th. The Summer Series consists of feature-length films or shorts, ranging from documentaries, dramas, comedies, animation and much more. Sometimes the
Rooftop Films has decided to support the Occupy Wall Street movement in one of the most awesome ways possible: FREE films! From Dec. 13-16, four films featuring issues that helped ignite the movement will be shown at various theaters throughout New York. According to the Rooftop Films’
Now that the weather is more flip-flop friendly, that can only mean one thing…lots of outdoor movies! Kicking off their summer schedule, Rooftop Films will be premiering a series of films this weekend as part of their partnership with SXSW Films. Tonight’s screening is of the film, “The Dish and
Remember in the early 2000’s, when Dick Cheney was facilitating legislation that would allow natural gas companies to bypass environmental regulation, and poison our ground water? NO? Yeah that seemed weird to me too. Until I remembered Cheney was perhaps the most evil, secretive vice president evah. Then I was
When it gets scorching, dripping and sweaty hot in New York, it’s easy to start day dreaming about opening every fire hydrant on the street or building a raft and spending the rest of the summer floating down the Hudson. Then you think about how much you’d sweat while constructing
A brand new collection of Broke-Ass Stuart's writing made up of some of his most famous pieces and new things never before published.
Dear Hair: Let’s be clear here: you are not THE Hair of Williamsburg. It’s almost worse this way, because I do not have a legion of similarly mystified people to commiserate with about any trauma a sighting may have induced. Oh no, you are my own personal horror story. The
This movie is racist! They are playing off racial stereotypes of both black people AND leprechauns. Seeing movies is great and all but it can be pretty expensive. I mean in cities like San Francisco and New York, movies cost over $10! That’s just ridiculous. What follows is a list