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Rooftop Films' 2014 Summer Series Comes to a Close with SHE'S LOST CONTROL and ROOFTOP SHOTS This Weekend

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Rooftop Films' 2014 Summer Series Comes to a Close with SHE'S LOST CONTROL and ROOFTOP SHOTS This Weekend

What a long strange journey it's been! Rooftop Films enters its last week of the 2014 Rooftop Film Summer.

This Friday Rooftop is screening Anja Marquardt's directorial debut SHE'S LOST CONTROL, a brooding psychological thriller that screened at both the 2014 Berlinale and SXSW festivals. On Saturday the team will host its final event of the summer, closing the festival with ROOFTOP SHOTS, a selection of shorts including the 2014 Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner and a film narrated by the best voice ever: George Takei.

Of course, Rooftop has live music from the awesome Uxvie and ARMS, and afterparties sponsored by New Amsterdam Gin & Vodka and Sixpoint Brewery. BONUS: On Saturday night Rooftop will be handing out FREE Talenti Gelato!


FRIDAY, AUGUST 15
SHE'S LOST CONTROL

8:00PM Doors Open
8:30PM Live Music by Uxvie
9:00PM Film Begins
11:30PM After Party sponsored by New Amsterdam Spirits

Venue: Industry City, 220 36th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11232 (Subway: D, N, or R trains to 36th Street)

SHE'S LOST CONTROL (Anja Marquardt | 95 min.)
Focusing on the life of a sex surrogate working in Manhattan, Anja Marquardt's impressively assured directorial debut casts a penetrating gaze on the complexities of professional intimacy. Courtesy of Baxter Brothers Film Releasing.

More info: http://www.rooftopfilms.com/2014/schedule/shes-lost-control/

SATURDAY, AUGUST 16
ROOFTOP SHOTS (Closing Night)

8:00PM Doors Open
8:30PM Live Music by ARMS
9:00PM Films Begin
11:30PM After Party Sponsored by New Amsterdam Spirits, Bulleit Bourbon, Sixpoint Brewery, and Talenti Gelato

Venue: Industry City, 220 36th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11232 (Subway: D, N, or R trains to 36th Street)

Closing Night! Rooftop's 2014 season comes to a wild and epic conclusion with poignant, piercing and powerful short films that will surely stick in your mind until next spring.

THE FILMS

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