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Sep 17, 2012
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Spotlight #9: Ivory Bastards Against Extinction – A Madcap Mexploitation Movie Free-To-Share On VODO

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Director: Jonathan Case
Year: 2007

In the “future” world of 2006AD, a government fetus goes missing and the president contacts a group of supposedly alien masked luchadors, the Ivory Bastards, to recover it.

Ivory Bastards Against Extinction is a lunatic Mexploitation comedy working with shoe-string resources intelligently, taking rough-and-ready, badly dubbed Mexican action-drama as it’s starting point and pushing parody and liberties with quality to extreme and marvellous comic effect. Fans of the UK cult hit-series Garth Merenghis’s Dark Place will detect the same sinister, laughter-inducing subcarrier-wave technology at work in this loopy, no-budget escapade.

AWARDS AND SCREENINGS

B-Movie Film Festival 2007 (winner, best short)
Boston Underground Film Festival 2008
Charlotte Film Festival 2007
Syracuse Film Festival 2008

LINKS

www.cinemanational.com/ivorybastards

www.ivorybastards.comblogcritics.org/video/article/movie-review-ivory-bastards-against-extinction

www.syracusenewtimes.com/newyork/article-1733-ivory-bastards-against-extinction.html

SUPPORT-AND-SHARE

Ivory Bastards Against Extinction is available as a free-to-share download, and also in a variety of support-and-share streaming options. When you support the filmmakers with $5 or more, VODO provides you with direct streaming links that enable you to distribute the film among friends in a quick and accessible way, helping spread the film’s success.

SPOTLIGHT

VODO Spotlight is a VODO initiative promoting specially selected works from our free-to-share film catalogue, celebrating the spectrum of compelling, weird, wonderful, stark, humorous and innovative talents behind them. Spotlight releases provide the same kind of support opportunities as headline releases, offering viewers the chance to share private streaming tokens as gifts and pick up great production memorabilia while supporting independent film and the free-to-share ethos.

Indie Film: Love it? Share it!

Jul 27, 2012
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Spotlight #8: Time Expired – A Terminal Comedy. Free-To-Share Indie Film On VODO.

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Directors: Nick Lawrence / Rachel Tucker
Year: 2011

A terminal illness comedy and award-winning indie film working light entertainment to profound effect.

Randall Zimmerman (Eric Starkey) is a simple man who loves his job as a parking enforcement officer. When he discovers he is dying, he just wants everything to stay the way that it is. Unfortunately for Randall, his friends and family have other ideas. His best friend Jay (Topher Owen) urges him to “live life to the fullest” by going on crazy adventures. His girlfriend Sasha (Carrie Slaughter) wants to have his baby. And his mother Corinna (Rebekah Turner) tries to save his life with home cooking, yoga, and smothering love. Randall must find a way to help all of them fulfill their needs if he’s going to have any chance of achieving his own dying wish — fixing a meter that’s been broken for more than a year.

Produced by newcomers Nick Lawrence and Rachel Tucker, TIME EXPIRED is an award-winning indie film that consistently defies expectations. It is both a comedy and drama, a light entertainment and a profound meditation on the nature of existence. But most of all, it’s a crisp, fun story that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

Official Site

AWARDS AND SCREENINGS
Worldfest-Houston (2011) — Winner, Silver Remi Award, Best Comedy Feature
Bare Bones International Film Festival (2011)
Temecula Valley International Film Festival (2011)

REVIEWS
http://normantranscript.com
www.filmthreat.com
http://muskogeephoenix.com

SPOTLIGHT
Spotlight is an initiative promoting specially selected works from the VODO free-to-share film catalogue, celebrating the spectrum of compelling, weird, wonderful, stark, humorous and innovative talents behind them. Spotlight releases provide the same kind of support opportunities as headline releases, offering viewers the chance to share private streaming tokens as gifts and pick up great production memorabilia while supporting independent film and the free-to-share ethos.

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Jul 12, 2012
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VODO SPOTLIGHT #7: Torchbearer – A Švankmajer Animation. Free-To-Share Indie Film On VODO

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Director: Václav Švankmajer 
Year: 2005

Suddenly the machine grinds to a halt and endless night threatens…

We can see a Town with an extensive Labyrinth. Day and Night alternate above the Town and Labyrinth, and the Sun and Moon revolve in a seemingly never-ending cycle. The machine keeping things in balance fails and the darkness that falls threatens to last forever. On his voyage into the heart of the Labyrinth the Hero must pass through three tests to confront the forces of breakdown.

Torchbearer is a creation of award-winning Czech filmmaker Václav Švankmajer, son of Czech surrealists Jan Švankmajer and Eva Švankmajerová. A rare treat shot on 35mm film, this 25 minute stop-frame animation combines beautifully wrought set and model craft with visceral sound design, influenced by the haunting mystique of Jan Švankmajer’s dark animations and their echoes in the works of Brothers Quay.

AWARDS AND SCREENINGS
Kristian, Best Animated Film, Febiofest, Prague, 2005
Best Animated Film, Fresh Film Fest Karlovy Vary 2005
3rd Prize International Festival of Animation Korea DIFECA, 2005
Award for best screenplay and editing, ACKO, Bratislava, 2005
Cracow Students Jury Award, IFF Krakow 2006
Special Mention for Best Czecho-slovak film, Fresh Film Fest Karlovy Vary 2005

REVIEWS AND FURTHER INFORMATION
http://www.johncoulthart.com/feuilleton/2012/03/24/the-torchbearer-by-vaclav-svankmajer/
http://www.csfd.cz/film/212520-svetlonos/
Official Website

COMPETITION
Leave a comment on this page describing what you like most about Torchbearer and you will be entered into a VODO prize draw. The competition closes on Friday 31 August 2012 and the winner will get a free GOLD ticket with 10 streams to gift to friends, giving them instant access to the film for 10 days from when they accept the gift. The winner will be announced in the first week of September 2012.

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Jun 26, 2012
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Just Do It – A Tale Of Modern Day Outlaws. Free-To-Share Indie Film On VODO

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Director: Emily James
Year: 2011

What would make you cross the line?

Just Do It is an innovative indie documentary that lifts the lid on climate activism and the daring troublemakers who have crossed the line to become modern day outlaws. Documented over a year, Emily James’ film follows these activists as they blockade factories, attack coal power stations and glue themselves to the trading floors of international banks despite the very real threat of arrest.

Exposing the politics, responsibilities, fears and resolutions that lead people in increasingly visible number to take direct action on climate change, Just Do It is an independent, partly crowd-funded project offering an inside view on ‘civilised disobedience’: the strategies and tactics of organised dissent against environmentally and socially destructive corporate practices; and the methods of supporting and growing public challenges to corporate power at local level.

The film offers a unique inside perspective as it follows activists through strategic interventions and disruptions, from planning to realisation, in which they wilfully risk being subjected to violence and arrest in order to raise consciousness about the impact of otherwise unchallenged cultural, industrial and political norms on individuals, communities and ecologies. It provides this in-depth exposé thanks to the willing participation of its subjects who opt to be recognisable in their choices to defy the law for the purpose of promoting their causes, and thanks to the willingness of Director, Emily James, to affiliate herself with their actions to gain insight into their previously untold story.

…when you see people attempting to fix the world using only their bare hands, D-locks, superglue and bunting, how do you not offer them a hand? If the state says that makes me a criminal, well, I say it’s not really up to the state to decide. I am certain history will vindicate these people. Resisting what you think is wrong, and empowering yourself to change it, is always the right thing to do.
Emily James

Seriously topical but never so serious that it gets caught up in polemic, it’s a terrific story packed with characters and told with passion.
Empire

If eco-documentaries in the past have acquired a reputation for being unwatchable, here is a remedy.
The Guardian

 

ABOUT THE FILMMAKER

Emily James studied documentary directing at the National Film and Television School in the UK, her student films already winning international awards. After her first broadcast commission; The Luckiest Nut in the World (Channel 4, 2002), the Guardian asserted “Emily James is a genius… and will in time be revered as a television innovator.” Following the experimental Don’t Worry, (Channel 4, 2004) and What Would Jesus Drive?, (Channel 4, 2006), Emily moved into the world of feature documentary in 2009, serving as Executive Producer on The Age of Stupid. Just Do It – a tale of modern day outlaws is Emily’s feature directorial debut and screened in over 45 independent cinemas across the UK in Summer 2011, alongside a far-reaching community screenings programme. The film is available on DVD with Dogwoof, and is currently on release in the US.

 

AWARDS AND SCREENINGS

World premiere: Sheffield Doc/Fest 2011
Nominated for the Sheffield Green Award at Sheffield Doc/Fest 2011

 

OFFICIAL SELECTIONS

Branchage International Film Festival 2011
Cinemambiente Environmental Film Festival 2012
Colorado Environmental Film Festival 2012
Crossroads Film Festival 2012
Docudays UA Human Rights Festival 2012
DokuFest Kosovo 2012
San Francisco Green Film Festival 2012
Wild and Scenic Film Festival 2012
Whaleback Film and Arts Festival 2012

 

REVIEWS AND FURTHER INFORMATION

http://www.empireonline.com/reviews/reviewcomplete.asp?FID=137258

http://www.guardian.co.uk/film/filmblog/2011/jun/17/sheffield-doc-fest-2011-highlights

http://www.guardian.co.uk/film/2011/jul/06/just-do-it-emily-james

http://democracyctr.org/news/getting-action-inside-the-hidden-world-of-climate-direct-action-with-film-director-emily-james/

www.thirteen.org

greenhousepr.co.uk

www.ameliasmagazine.com

Jun 17, 2012
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Exhibit A: English Subtitles Now Available From italiansubs.net!

Thanks to the hard work of the team at italiansubs.net, English subtitles are now available for the dark ‘found camcorder’ thriller Exhibit A.

The Bigger Pictures / Warp Films co-production tells the timely story of a normal family in Northern England disintegrating under financial pressure into an unimaginable nightmare. The film’s disquieting realism is underscored by the regional accents captured in the camcorder’s trajectory through family decline, and thanks to italiansubs.net, the brand new English subtitles open the narrative to a wider international audience who might otherwise strain to recognise the vernacular.

Exhibit A, winner of the prestigious Raindance Film Festival and nominated for three British Independent Film Awards, is available for both free-to-share download and support-and-share streaming on VODO.

italiansubs.net is a team of committed film and TV lovers in Italy, helping develop international audiences for productions of all sizes through subtitle development.

 

 

 

 

Jun 1, 2012
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VODO Spotlight #6: E11 – A Film About Climbing And Lust For Extreme Possibility

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Director: Paul Diffley
Year: 2006

One of the best all round climbers in the world is on a mission – to take rock climbing to new levels of both difficulty and danger. Dave MacLeod attempts to be the first to climb ‘Rhapsody’, the hardest traditional rock climb ever and the first to achieve the grade of E11 7a (trad f8c+ US 5.14c). This 2006 film enters uncharted territory. Taking you beyond the action it reveals the frustrations and the shear physical and mental effort that goes into climbing at the very highest level. We see MacLeod take a series of terrifying, massive, gutwrenching falls and the strain begins to show. He struggles to cope with the difficulty and seriousness of the endeavour. But doggedly, even obsessively he keeps returning to his ultimate project – Rhapsody.

ABOUT THE FILMMAKER

Paul Diffey is a multi-award winning adventure-film maker, based in Edinburgh, Scotland. As well as creating his own productions under his Hot Aches label, Paul also works as a freelance cameraman, director and editor for the broadcast industry. His experience ranges from hanging off ropes filming live outside broadcasts of rock climbing to following adventurers and athletes pushing their limits. Among the adventure sports Paul has filmed are rock climbing, ice climbing, competitive kayaking, sea kayaking, fell running, mountaineering, cross-country and downhill mountain biking, kite surfing, yacht racing, skiing and snowboarding. He also has an interest in filming wildlife and intends to do more of this in the future. Paul has taught adventure film making as a regular tutor at the Adventure Film Academy and has mentored several students, passing on the benefit of his experience to an up and coming generation of mountain film makers. In addition, he has given presentations about mountain film and film making at events worldwide including the Banff Mountain Film Festival. Aside from his professional interest in adventure sports as a film maker, Paul is a lifelong rock climber and general outdoor enthusiast with a love of mountain environments and a passion to portray their special qualities through the medium of film.

SUPPORT-AND-SHARE

E11 is available as a free-to-share download, and also in a variety of support-and-share streaming options. When you support the filmmaker with $5 or more, VODO provides you with direct streaming links that enable you to distribute the film among friends in a quick and accessible way. To help viewers spread E11 we’re offering great stream-sharing opportunities in exchange for your support.

SPOTLIGHT

VODO Spotlight is a new initiative promoting specially selected works from the VODO free-to-share film catalogue, celebrating the spectrum of compelling, weird, wonderful, stark, humorous and innovative talents behind them. Spotlight releases provide the same kind of support opportunities as headline releases, offering viewers the chance to share private streaming tokens as gifts and pick up great production memorabilia while supporting independent film and the free-to-share ethos.

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May 11, 2012
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VODO Spotlight#5: Steal This Film Part One – An Insight Into The First US Crackdown On The Pirate Bay and P2P Culture

Directed and Produced by The League of Noble Peers

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In April 2012, UK courts ordered Internet Service Providers to block access to Swedish file-sharing site The Pirate Bay, six years after the first internationally motivated attack on the site. Dangling at the end of a chain of alleged political corruption resulting in a Swedish Police raid on The Pirate Bay, the event became the subject of one of the most shared documentary series on the internet – Steal This Film.

Produced in 2006, Steal This Film Part One takes account of the prominent players in Swedish piracy culture at the time: The Pirate BayPiratbyrån, and the Pirate Party, investigating the alleged regulatory capture performed by the Hollywood film industry to leverage economic sanctions by the US government on Sweden through the WTO. As told in Steal This Film Part One, the US government allegedly pressurized the Swedish police into conducting a search and seizure against Swedish law for the purpose of disrupting The Pirate Bay’s BitTorrent tracker.

In Steal This Film Part One the filmmakers are inspired by the battle between old and new modes of distribution, between pirate sites and the institution of copyright. The documentary highlights issues surrounding todays harsh intellectual property laws, including the levying of lawsuits against innocent people, arrests made on flimsy pretexts, the gradual erosion of our privacy and bolstering of the surveillance state. The film argues these laws serve the sole purpose of destroying or delaying changes in what it means to create and exchange our creations.

”If Steal This Film encourages people to think creatively about the future of distribution, production and creativity, we have achieved our main goal.” The League of Noble Peers

 

 

 

 

”An interesting and inspiring movie about The Pirate Bay– the biggest BitTorrent file sharing website in the world.” Open Business Website

”At heart a traditionally-structured ‘talking heads’ documentary with amusing stylings from filmmakers who practice what they preach.” The Guardian

Steal This Film Part One was followed by Parts 2 and 2.5 to form a series examining the nature of P2P culture and the implications of authoritarian attempts to control it. BitTorrent downloads alone have been estimated to extend the reach of the series to in excess 10 million people.

http://www.stealthisfilm.com/Part2/

http://vodo.net/stf2

 

SUPPORT-AND-SHARE

Steal This Film Part One is available as a Free-To-Share download, and also in a variety of Support-And-Share streaming options. When you support the filmmakers with $5 or more, VODO provides you with links to private streams that enable you to distribute the film among friends, in addition to giving you access to a range of special extras.

SPOTLIGHT

VODO Spotlight is a new initiative promoting specially selected works from the VODO free-to-share film catalogue, celebrating the spectrum of compelling, weird, wonderful, stark, humorous and innovative talents behind them. Spotlight releases provide the same kind of support opportunities as headline releases, offering viewers the chance to share private streaming tokens as gifts and pick up great production memorabilia while supporting independent film and the free-to-share ethos.

 

Apr 25, 2012
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Rising Tide: A Coming-Of-Age Film With More Than A Touch Of Darkness

Directed and produced by Philip Shotton and Dawn Furness

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A coming-of-age film with more than a touch of darkness, Rising Tide takes the simmering desires and uncertainties of teen experience and twists them into a tale of paranoia, loss and revenge.

With school exams over, it was one last chance to celebrate with close friends before going separate ways, but while toasting so-called ‘friendship’ and making plans for a final camping adventure together, Izzy, the new girl in the closely knit group, is hiding a dark and devastating past.

Izzy’s secret follows the friends to the remote, tidal island of Lindisfarne, steeped in myth and mystery, where her skeletons come well and truly out of the closet to take revenge on the trapped, terror-stricken teens.

VODO proudly presents Rising Tide in collaboration with Northern Film and Media. The production testifies to  innovative and passionate filmmaking with challenging means, which continues with the sequel, Rising Tide 2, currently in post-production. Proceeds from viewer support for this free-to-share release will help towards finishing the Rising Tide series and rewards for direct viewer contributions include supporting credits in part two (see below).

Rising Tide is hugely atmospheric, stylish, intriguing and chilling rite-of-passage horror movie. It’s a superb ensemble piece played by a cast of young talented actors

Timothy Spall OBE

ABOUT THE FILMMAKERS

Dawn Furness

Dawn graduated in nuclear physics from university before pursuing her other passion, music. She worked as an opera singer – a dramatic soprano making her debut in La Traviata for Northern Opera, performing in concert with Pavarotti, and from 2006-10 touring with Scottish Opera.

Since making inroads into the film business; producing, screen-writing and directing, she’s been making a name for herself, including two award-winning UK Film Council shorts Enemy Lines and Try Again in 2008.

Philip Shotton

Born in Newcastle upon Tyne, Philip got a First Class degree in Film from London College of Printing, then graduated from the Royal College of Art in London with an MA degree in Film and Television. His degree film was awarded a Silver Hugo at the Chicago International Film Festival.

From directing music videos for Factory Records at the heart of the ‘Madchester’ scene with bands such as New Order and Happy Mondays, Philip went on to make documentaries for all the major British TV channels, including the prestigious BBC Everyman series. In 2000 he was awarded the Silver Rose of Montreaux for ‘Nobody Does it Better’, a documentary featuring Bond composer David Arnold.

Currently Philip is directing interactive films for the web and is also producing and directing feature films including the ‘Rising Tide’ series and ‘Frank’ (co-produced with Ciska Faulkner and directed by Richard Heslop.) Philip often does his own camerawork and thrives on collaboration with like-minded film makers who believe first and foremost in creativity and innovation.

Rising Tide is a Northern Film & Media production funded through Northern Film & Media’s Film Innovation Fund.

 

SUPPORT-AND-SHARE REWARDS

Along with the gift-streams that we give you to share with friends in our great support options, the producers of Rising Tide are providing a fine collection of bonus features and limited-edition items in exchange for your support. As well as a the shooting-script, poster files, video extras and a production stills collection, they have limited-edition signed DVDs and posters on offer, in addition to credits in the roll of honour in the forthcoming sequel, Rising Tide 2.

 

ABOUT NORTHERN FILM & MEDIA

Northern Film & Media invests in production, creative businesses and talent. The firm has a slate of commercial investments across the film, TV and digital media sectors. NFM regularly collaborates with industry partners such as the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Film4, BAFTA, Arts Council England, Skillset, Revolver, Kaleidoscope Entertainment, Salt and Soda Pictures. Staffed by industry experienced professionals, NFM also works in partnership with the public sector to drive growth, develop knowledge and build networks through a variety of events, initiatives and services.

 

LINKS

www.risingtidethemovie.com

www.northernmedia.org

Apr 17, 2012
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VODO Spotlight #4: END:CIV – A Case For Violence Against Capital

END:CIV examines our culture’s addiction to systematic violence and environmental exploitation and probes the resulting epidemic of poisoned landscapes and shell-shocked nations. Based in part on Endgame, the best-selling book by Derrick Jensen, END:CIV asks: “If your homeland was invaded by aliens who cut down the forests, poisoned the water and air, and contaminated the food supply, would you resist?”‘

‘The causes underlying the collapse of civilizations are usually traced to overuse of resources. As we write this, the world is currently reeling from economic chaos, peak oil, climate change, environmental degradation, and political turmoil. Every day, the headlines re-hash stories of scandal and betrayal of the public trust. We don’t have to make outraged demands for the end of the current global system – it seems to be coming apart already.’

‘But acts of courage, compassion and altruism abound, even in the most damaged places. By documenting the resilience of the people hit hardest by war and repression, and the heroism of those coming forward to confront the crisis head-on, END:CIV illuminates a way out of this all-consuming madness and into a saner future.’

‘Backed by Jensen’s narrative, the film calls on us to act as if we truly love this land. The film trips along at a brisk pace, using music, archival footage, motion graphics, animation, slapstick and satire to deconstruct the global economic system, even as it implodes around us. END:CIV illustrates first-person stories of sacrifice and heroism with intense, emotionally-charged images that match Jensen’s poetic and intuitive approach. Scenes shot in the back country provide interludes of breathtaking natural beauty alongside clearcut evidence of horrific but commonplace destruction.’

END:CIV features interviews with Paul Watson, Waziyatawin, Gord Hill, Michael Becker, Peter Gelderloos, Lierre Keith, James Howard Kunstler, Stephanie McMillan, Qwatsinas, Rod Coronado, John Zerzan and more.

“A fierce critique of systematic violence and industrial civilization, End:Civ is not intended for garden-variety environmentalists. If you are anywhere below, say, an 8 on that sliding scale of pissed off, then this film is going to scare you ? which means you should watch it.”
-Eugene Weekly

“A tour de force film from Franklin Lopez which does more than justice to Derrick Jensen’s thesis that industrial civilization is destroying life on the planet. Employing all the contemporary audio visual techniques our digital world makes possible for a single brilliant penurious filmmaker, Lopez harvests sounds and images from our demented world to relentlessly show the rape of the mind and the earth. To those outside the small choir who see the message of resistance as obvious, this powerful film makes them deal with it either by denial or acknowledging, yes I see it is obvious.” James Becket -Director of The Best Revenge

SUPPORT-AND-SHARE

END:CIV is available as a free-to-share download, and also in a variety of support-and-share streaming options. When you support the filmmaker with $5 or more, VODO provides you with direct streaming links that enable you to distribute the film among friends in a quick and accessible way. To help viewers spread END:CIV and provocative framing of environmental crisis and radical action for addressing it, we’re rewarding direct support with intensive stream-sharing opportunities to help spread the film’s provocation further.

 

SPOTLIGHT

VODO Spotlight is a new initiative promoting specially selected works from the VODO free-to-share film catalogue, celebrating the spectrum of compelling, weird, wonderful, stark, humorous and innovative talents behind them. Spotlight releases provide the same kind of support opportunities as headline releases, offering viewers the chance to share private streaming tokens as gifts and pick up great production memorabilia while supporting independent film and the free-to-share ethos.

 

Enjoy and share!

Best,

VODO

 

Apr 3, 2012
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Exhibit A: Found Camcorder Captures Family Descent Into Crisis And Horror, Free-To-Share On VODO

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UK CERTIFICATE 18

Winner of the prestigious Raindance Film Festival and nominated for three British Independent Film Awards, Exhibit A tells the timely story of a normal family disintegrating under financial pressure into an unimaginable nightmare.

All is not as it seems as the King family go about their day-to-day lives oblivious of the horror to come. Dad Andy (Bradley Cole) is nursing a secret that ultimately leads to terrible consequences for them all. We witness these chilling events unfold through daughter Judith’s (Brittany Ashworth) video camera.

Exhibit A is the seemingly unedited tape removed from the scene of a truly awful crime. The film unravels disguised as a home movie and is inspired by the many men in real life who are known to their neighbours as devoted husbands and fathers, but for unknowable reasons suddenly decide to take drastic action to protect their loved ones.

The inventive concept and shocking story, tiny cast and domestic setting make this challenging film an innovative and shocking comment on the complex bloodlust between cinema and audience. Exhibit A is the Bigger Pictures and Warp Films co-production that has left a trail of stunned audiences at festivals all over the world and won’t leave you the same person!

“Pantwettingly scary”
Empire

“Brilliantly bleak and British”
The Times

“A masterpiece of gradually escalating horror”
Sight & Sound

“An absolute masterpiece of independent filmmaking”
GoreZone magazine

“The single most harrowing thing I’ve seen… since Gaspar Noé’s Irreversible”
24 fps

ABOUT THE FILMMAKERS

Writer / Director – Dom Rotheroe
Dom Rotheroe’s first movie was My Brother Tom(FilmFour) starring Ben Whishaw, which premiered at the Tigers in Rotterdam and won thirteen awards internationally. He is best known as a documentary director for BAFTA-nominated A Sarajevo Diaryand the multi award-winning Coconut Revolutionboth for Channel 4.

Writer / Producer – Darren Bender
Darren Bender is a former Channel 4 Commissioning Editor who created long-running new talent series The Other Side(for documentary directors) and Coming Up(for drama writers and directors). He developed The Hamburg Cellfor Channel 4 and HBO before becoming Head of Production at Screen East and then setting up Bigger Pictures

AWARDS AND SCREENINGS

Best UK Feature (Winner)
Raindance Film Festival 2007

- Best Achievement in Production (Nominee)
- Most Promising Newcomer (Bradley Cole) (Nominee)
- The Raindance Award (Nominee)
British Independent Film Awards 2007

Special Screening
Rotterdam International Film Festival 2007

Sofia International Film Festival 2008

LINKS

Join Exhibit A on Facebook!
Join Exhibit A on Twitter!

www.biggerpictures.co.uk
http://warp.net/films 

SUPPORT-AND-SHARE REWARDS

Along with the gift-streams that we give you to share with friends in our great support options, the producers of Exhibit A are providing a fine collection of bonus features and limited-edition items in exchange for your support. As well as hi-res poster files, video extras and a production stills collection, they have the shooting scripts and a small number of Collector’s Edition DVDs on offer.

 

Enjoy and share!

Best,

VODO