Mark Rosenberg is the Founder and Artistic Director for RoofTop Films.
Born and raised in New York City, Mark received his BA at Vassar College and began showing movies on his roof in 1997. Mark has overseen the growth of Rooftop Films from a simple idea into one of the most innovative film companies in the country.

Mark has published articles on filmmaking and programming, and lectured at places such as the Allied Media Conference and the University of Texas. Mark has served on grants panels for the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council and Renew Media, and serves on the Advisory Council for Fractured Atlas, an arts service organization. Mark has programmed film screenings across the world, and in 2007 Mark served on the short film jury at the Sundance Film Festival.

As a curator and filmmaker in his own right, Mark's taste and work favor low-budget, personal cinema. Mark has shot, directed, and edited dozens of films, and was a producer-editor on the WNYE television show IMNY, where he taught video production to New York City public school students. Mark is also the second baseman for the New York Giants amateur baseball team, and the proud father of a dog named Rizzo.
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Mark Rosenberg was featured on our Art on the Roof, Art in the Park program which aired August 2, 2009.