Mark Rosenberg Of Rooftop Films
June 30, 2011, 12:00 am
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Hanging out on rooftops is synonymous of summer for me. And being able to watch movies without needing to care whether it’s interfering with my ability to fulfill all my responsibilities indicateds to me that I am on vacation. The Rooftop Films Annual Summer Series, which runs until August 15th, marries movies, rooftops and extra goodness, as Mark Rosenberg, the artistic director of Rooftop Films, explains in the interview that aired tonight. It’s perfect for summer and for discovering the city from a new angle.

The next screening of the series will take place on the lawn of the Automotive High School in Williamsburg this Friday July 1st at 8pm. The winner of the Northside Film Fest DIY Competition, Nathan Christ’s Echotone, will be screened.

For more information about Rooftop Films and the summer film series, go to


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