Hilarious, multi-award winning This Way Out is a pitch-black comedy short following the oddball owner of a struggling euthanasia centre and her desperate attempts to keep it from closing.
‘Brims with bone-dry comedy that’ll have you rollicking in your seat. An absolute gas for every minute of its running time’ – Matt Oakes, silverscreenriot.com
‘Much like the manager of a boutique Euthanasia Clinic this film ticks all the boxes’ – Josh Allen, oneandother.com
After being long-listed for a BAFTA and screening at over 30 international film festivals This Way Out is currently screening on HBO, the Sundance Channel and Short Shorts Japan. Click on the above trailer or click here to watch the full film.
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Great news This Way Out is now screening on The Sundance Channel in Europe!
We’re thrilled to announce This Way Out has won the Comedy Award at the Festival Du Cinema European! Sadly we couldn’t be there to accept the award in person but we’re told it was a fantastic evening and we look forward to posting pictures of the trophy soon! http://www.filmcourt-lille.com/
Writer & director of This Way Out, Staten Cousins-Roe, was interviewed this month by Aesthetica Film Festival following This Way Out winning Best Comedy. Read the whole article here: http://www.asff.co.uk/interview-with-asff-2013-director-staten-cousins-roe/
We’re excited to announce This Way Out has been selected as part of the official line up at the 48th Nashville Film Festival. This Way Out will be screening in the ‘Don’t ask me I just work here’ program on April 18th at 9pm. More details and tickets available at: https://www.nashvillefilmfestival.org/
This Way Out is screening as part of Shortsighted Cinema’s ‘Drugs’ collection on Tuesday 18th March, upstairs at the Ritzy Cinema, Brixton. Screening starts at 7:30pm followed by a Q&A inc: writer & director Staten Cousins-Roe and lead actor’s Poppy Roe (Minnie) & Katie Brayben (Maude), fresh from her turn in American Psycho the Musical with ‘Doctor’s Who’s’ Matt Smith. More info and how to book tickets at: http://shortsightedcinema.com/news/5-drugs-short-sighted-cinema-18th-march/
This Way Out will be screening as part of the official selection at the 30th Festival Du Cinema Europeen, Lille from 28th March to the 4th April. More details at:http://www.filmcourt-lille.com/index.php?lang=en
This Way Out will screen at the 38th Cleveland International Film Festival as part of Shorts Programme 12 on the 27th & 28th March. More details can be found on the Cleveland IFF website: http://www.clevelandfilm.org/films/2014/this-way-out
S4 is screening This Way Out with q&a before a classic comedy feature which helped inspire it – at the Genesis Cinema, Whitechapel on Tuesday 28th January – 7:45pm. Tickets are free! To book tickets and for more info click here