Broderick Fox

Broderick Fox award-winning narrative, experimental, and documentary works have screened internationally theatrically, on television, at film festivals, and online. His combination of character-driven storytelling and a range of unexpected aesthetic modes invites audiences to identify with challenging perspectives and subject matters often left out of mainstream media, including gender and sexuality, addiction, body dysmorphia, fantasy, illness, and other frequent sites of cultural shame and bodily taboo. Fox's book Documentary Media: History, Theory, Practice is available through Routledge.

[bio courtesy of the filmmaker]

Filmography

Recent Reviews

Home

Did not want to finish watching the after the line "People say when..." - talk about lazy narrative storytelling. Gave it a few more seconds and simply was not compelled...


Home

nicely done story. Good music and very poetic narration.


Home

This is somewhere in between a documentary and a diary, presenting disparate film and narrative content that ranges over lot of time and geography with the loose theme of "home"...


Home

IT WAS NICE. I AM SAD THAT THEIR RELATIONSHIP ENDED AFTER 6 YEARS.


The Skin I'm In

Broderick Fox gets a very permanent tattoo, all the while exploring the mutability of identity, during the course of this autobiographical documentary. The contradictory nature of these two activities adds...