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After a festival run spanning 17 cities and 11 countries, Broderick Fox’s award-winning documentary The Skin I’m In ( is now available on iTunes and Fandor; DVD available via Amazon.

Broderick Fox spent several childhood years in Tokyo and his twenties between Berlin and Los Angeles, making his creative perspective markedly international. His award winning narrative, experimental, and documentary works have screened theatrically, on television, at film festivals, and online. Tak for Alt: Survival of a Human Sprit (1997) which Fox co-directed, won the Dore Schary Award, received special recognition from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and aired nationally on PBS. Love, Death, & Cars (1999) premiered at the Palm Springs International Film Festival and aired on PBS KQED San Francisco. Things Girls Do... (2001) premiered at Outfest and continues to play and stream internationally. I Knew Him (2007) was a finalist for the Iris Prize, the world’s largest prize for work representing or advocating for LGBT individuals and has been selected by as an official 2012 PSA campaign video. Home (2009) premiered in Berlin at the Globians World and Culture Documentary Festival and continues to play the festival circuit. Fox’s screenwriting work has won or received finalist and semi-finalist nods in over 20 national competitions. He is also a professor of Media Arts and Culture at Occidental College. His book, Documentary Media: History - Theory - Practice is now out through Pearson Press. The Skin I’m In is Fox's first solo feature film, and he was recently one of 13 California artists awarded an Artistic Innovation Grant from the Center for Cultural Innovation. Fox is completing post-production on his next documentary Zen & the Art of Dying. (

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