The William Vale hosts Rooftop Films for a Russian road trip


A few weeks back, I had the chance to attend a screening of The Big Sick on the rooftop of the William Vale and I have to say that it was one of my absolute favorite nights of the summer so far. If you haven’t seen the sweeping 270-degree view of Manhattan, Brooklyn, and beyond from up there, I really don’t think I can overstate how dazzling it is, and Rooftop Films has managed to create a very pleasant movie-watching experience, with plenty of seats, a cash bar, an afterparty, live music, and an interesting lineup of titles. On Tuesday, they will be showing The Road Movie, an intriguing-sounding film consisting of video footage from dashboard cameras in Russian vehicles that captured a comet falling to Earth, an enormous forest fire, and lots of other crazy stuff. Tickets are $15 and are available here; the rooftop opens at 7pm.

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