Fox has created a beautifully shot, haunting tale about anorexia, sexuality and gender, but not at all one we might think we are familiar with.
Written, directed, shot, and edited by Broderick Fox
Score by Michael Cohen
Sound Mix by Bill Komar
Special thans to Laura Bialis
British Film Festival L.A. —Los Angeles, May 2009
Harvard Film Festival—Cambridge, March 2009
HDFEST—Streaming online at hdfest.com, Spring 2008-present.
Riverside Film Festival—March 2005
Out on Screen—Vancouver, Canada, August 2004
Out Takes 2003—Auckland, New Zealand, May 2003
International Documentary Film Festival—São Paulo, Brazil, April 2003
Cinetax (Dis)junctions: morphing the written word—U.C. Riverside, April 2003
LA Freewaves Video Festival—Los Angeles, November 2002
New York Gay and Lesbian Film & Video Festival—New York, June 2002
Winner, 2nd Prize, Experimental/New Media—U. Oregon Queer Film Festival, Feb. 2002
Visible Evidence IX Video Tech Series—Brisbane, Australia, December 2001
MIX New York Lesbian and Gay Experimental Video Festival—New York, November 2001
Winner, Best Short Film: Fresno Reel Pride Festival—Fresno, November 2001
Outfest—Los Angeles, July 2001
ABOUT BRODERICK FOX:
Fox's narrative, experimental, and documentary works have screened internationally--theatrically, on television, at film festivals, and online.
He is a professor at Occidental College in the Department of Art History and Visual Arts. His book, DOCUMENTARY MEDIA: History - Theory -Practice is out now through Focal Press.