Writer and director of both documentary and feature films. Shortly after finishing film school Dom Rotheroe headed off to the war in Bosnia with £1,000 and a Hi-8 camcorder. The resulting documentary, A Sarajevo Diary (1993), was bought by Channel 4 and nominated for a British Academy of Film and TV Award. Since then he been has under fire in East Timor, and crossed the blockade around Bougainville to make The Coconut Revolution. He has also made over 20 documentaries for Al Jazeera English in Liberia, Sri Lanka, Chechnya, Haiti, Libya, West Papua and other places. His feature debut, My Brother Tom (2001) and also his second feature Exhibit A won both national and international acclaim and are part of this year's program.