Below are the details for another Rooftop Films event that I’m sure everyone will enjoy.
Saturday, July 14
The Argentinean Lesson
(Wojciech Staron | Poland | 56 min.)
Captured in breathtaking 16mm film, an eight-year-old traveling from Poland to Argentina meets Marcia, a beautiful and brave young girl, 11 going on 30. Q and A with filmmaker Wojciech Staron.
Venue: On the roof at The Old American Can Factory
Address: 232 Third St. at 3rd Ave. Brooklyn, F/G to Carroll St. or R to Union. ( If its going to be your first time on the NYC subway, you might need to read up on one of my earlier articles, how to ride the NYC subway. Read that piece and you’ll know the perfect time to not only ride the subway but on which subway car to get on too. Let’s just call it a one-stop shop for all your subway needs.)
8:00PM: Doors open
8:30PM: Live music
11:00PM-12:30AM: Reception in the courtyard
Tickets and more info: http://rooftopfilms.com/2012/schedule/the-argentinean-lesson/
If you haven’t experienced a Rooftop Films event than you might not want to wait that much longer. The series is close to coming to its end. It runs until August (but they usually have a few events sprinkled throughout the fall.
photo: Sarah Palmer