Online VOD service MUBI (formerly The Auteurs) has picked up Dom Rotheroe’s Raindance-winning indie thriller Exhibit A for pay-per-view streaming.
Exhibit A, which won Best UK Feature at the Raindance Film Festival and went on to receive three British Independent Film Award nominations, can be watched for £3.
The film tells the story of a family disintegrating under financial pressure.
Written and directed by Dom Rotheroe (My Brother Tom, A Sarajevo Diary) and produced by Darren Bender (The Hamburg Cell), the film is a co-production between Bigger Pictures and Warp Films (Dead Man’s Shoes, This is England).
Dom Rotheroe’s first film was My Brother Tom starring Ben Whishaw. He is also known as a documentary director for BAFTA-nominated A Sarajevo Diary and Coconut Revolution, both for Channel 4.
Founded in 2007 by Efe Cakarel, MUBI is backed by Celluloid Dreams, The Criterion Collection and Costa Films, supported by the MEDIA Programme of the European Union, and is the exclusive partner of The World Cinema Foundation. MUBI is based in Palo Alto, New York, Paris, and London.