Cinedigm's The Invisible War Named Best-Reviewed Documentary of 2012 by Rotten Tomatoes™

  Cinedigm's The Invisible War Named Best-Reviewed Documentary of 2012 by
  Rotten Tomatoes™

           "Golden Tomato" Award Given to Year's Best-Reviewed Film

Business Wire

LOS ANGELES -- February 7, 2013

Cinedigm (NASDAQ: CIDM), the global leader in digital distribution, announced
today that Cinedigm's The Invisible War is the winner of the Golden Tomato
Award for best-reviewed documentary film of 2012 from Rotten Tomatoes™, the
web's leading aggregator of reviews from top movie critics. The Invisible War
has also been nominated for an Academy Award® for Best Documentary Feature.

From master filmmakers Kirby Dick (This Film is Not Yet Rated) and Amy Ziering
(Outrage), The Invisible War is a vital and frank expose of sexual assault in
the military, one of the most under-reported stories of our time. The film has
been highly acclaimed since its release in June, including being named one of
the Top Ten films of the year by TIME, New York Times and The Christian
Science Monitor as well as being chosen as the Best documentary of 2012 by
both the Chicago and San Diego Film Critics Associations. The film has also
been recognized by the Independent Spirit Awards, Writers Guild of America and
Directors Guild of America.

Rotten Tomatoes gives awards to the year's best reviewed wide and limited
releases, along with the top titles in a variety of genres. According to the
Tomatometer, which measures the percentage of positive reviews from Rotten
Tomatoes™ critics, The Invisible War received a 100% positive rating with 57
reviews.

"Amy and I are gratified by this honor," said Dick. "However, to truly honor
our service members we need to stop the epidemic of rape in the military. We
hope the Golden Tomato award will send a further message to the Department of
Defense to protect our women and men in uniform."

Amy Ziering, the film’s producer, accepted the award from Rotten Tomatoes’
Editor-in-Chief Matt Atchity and Senior Editor Grae Drake on SiriusXM’s Rotten
Tomatoes Radio show.

“We are extremely proud that The Invisible War has been acknowledged by Rotten
Tomatoes with the Golden Tomato Award for best-reviewed documentary," said
Cinedigm's Chairman and CEO Chris McGurk. "We hope this award will bring even
more focus on Kirby and Amy’s objective of ensuring sexual assault will never
again be an occupational hazard for our military service members."

About Cinedigm

Cinedigm is a leader in digital entertainment revolution. Cinedigm's
pioneering digital cinema deployment and servicing efforts, and our state of
the art distribution and exhibition software, are cornerstones of the digital
cinema transformation. Cinedigm's is also the leading digital aggregator of
independent content in the world, providing end-to-end digital content
delivery to theaters, across digital and on-demand platforms, and on
DVD/Blu-ray. Through partnerships with iTunes, Netflix, Amazon, Google, Hulu,
Vudu, Xbox, Playstation, and others, Cinedigm reaches a global digital
audience. The company’s library of over 5,000 titles includes award-winning
documentaries from Docurama Films®, next-gen indies from Flatiron Film
Company® and acclaimed independent films and festival picks through
partnerships with the Sundance Institute and Tribeca Film. CEG is proud to
distribute many Oscar®-nominated films including “The Invisible War,” “Hell
and Back Again,” “GasLand,” “Waste Land” and “Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory.”
Current and upcoming CEG multi-platform releases include “Citadel,” “In Our
Nature” and “Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s Journey.” Cinedigm™ and Cinedigm
Digital Cinema Corp™ are trademarks of Cinedigm Digital Cinema Corp
www.cinedigm.com.

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Contact:

Cinedigm Public Relations:
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Maggie@mbcprinc.com
Office: 310.301.1785
Mobile: 310.749.3055
 
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