(2005) In Rockaway, three teenage girls from Queens celebrate their last night of high school on the edge of New York, where the city meets the sand. Their wild stabs at adulthood confuse and haunt them as they struggle to define themselves in the face of a future they can’t imagine. Rockaway shows the last vestige of a fleeting adolescence caught between suburb and city.

“Combining elements of fearless childhood with the sadness of moving on, Rockaway combines unique monologues and flashbacks with outer-city scenery and abandoned architecture to create a sweet and powerful look into the future of narrative cinema.” – Ron Wilkinson, MonstersandCritics.com 

Color, sound, 75 min.
Projection format: HD (other formats available)
Production format: 16mm, HD
Cinematographer: Andrew Black

Select Screenings:
– Tribeca Film Festival, 2005
– Rooftop Films, NYC 2005
– Long Island Film Festival, 2005


Rockaway | 2005 | Films