75 Ninth Ave (between 15th and 16th streets and between Ninth and Tenth Ave)
New York City, New York 10011


Monday, November 10th, 2008

Rooftop Films presents the Best Animation from Rooftop Films on IFC.com

Amazing Independent Animated Shorts

On Monday, November 10th, Rooftop Films returns to the halls of Chelsea Market for a free screening of 10 amazing independent animated films chosen from Rooftop Films' 2008 Summer Series and our library of shorts. For the past two years, Rooftop and IFC have been streaming many of our shorts on our page on IFC.com, and on the 10th we'll be screening a selection of some of the best of the bunch--many of which will be primiering on IFC.com in the next few weeks.

Before the films Ivana XL will be performing her beautiful music live, and throughout the show we will have free bottles of beer courtesy of Radeberger Pilsner.

Venue: Indoors at Chelsea Market
Address: 75 9th Ave (Between 15th and 16th Streets, Manhattan)
Directions: A, C, E, or L to 14th Street and 8th Ave
7:00: Live Music by Ivana XL
7:30: Independent Animation from Rooftop Films and IFC.com
Admission: Free!

Free Radeberger Pilsner for all in attendance (must be 21 to drink)


Visit our dedicated Rooftop Films page on IFC.com http://www.ifc.com/film/rooftop/ to see some of the best short films in the world. New films are posted to the site three times a week; by the end of the year there will be 100 great shorts up there. All the shorts will stay online until at least the end of 2008, so there is ae a huge library of extraordinary films to peruse and enjoy.

Comedy, drama, documentary, animation--these films come from all over the world and span every imaginable genre in the short film universe. Rooftop Films receives more than 2,000 short film submissions a year and we are choosing the very best of them to stream on IFC.com. The Rooftop Films page on IFC.com will be one of the most exclusive online collections of great shorts available anywhere in the digital world. And all of it is conveniently organized so that film lovers can now discover talented new filmmakers online without having to sift through the millions of unsorted videos on the internet.

These are films you'll want to watch more than once, and now you can. Watch them on a gorgeous New York City rooftop, with the city glittering behind the screen, then go home and watch them again. Share these films with friends who aren't lucky enough to make it to one of our 38 shows this summer.

Official Website: http://www.rooftopfilms.com

Added by BKLYNfoot on November 5, 2008