Broderick 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.
Riverside Film Festival, March, 2005.
Out on Screen, Vancouver, August, 2004.
Out Takes 2003 New Zealand, May, 2003.
International Documentary Film Festival, Sao Paolo Brazil, April, 2003.
Cinetax (dis)junctions: morphing the written word, U.C. Riverside, April, 2003.
LA Freewaves Video Festival, November, 2002.
New York Gay and Lesbian Film & Video Festival, June, 2002.
Winner, 2nd Prize, Experimental/New Media: U.Oregon Queer Film Festival, Feb. 2002.
Visible Evidence IX Video Tech Series, December 2001.
MIX New York Lesbian and Gay Experimental Video Festival, November 2001.
Winner, Best Short Film: Fresno Reel Pride Festival, 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. Fox's film love, death, & cars received PBS broadcast and was the longest running gay/lesbian drama on AtomFilms.com His screenwriting work has received finalist and semifinalist nods from the Chesterfield and Final Draft Screenwriting competitions and has been workshopped as part of the Sundance Independent Producers Program.
Broderick works professionally as a film and video editor and a screenwriter. Fox currently teaches at Occidental College in the Department of Art History and Visual Arts.
He is presently at work on a book about making documentaries with critical, historical, and political grounding.