Things Girls Do
American culture is saturated with representations of body image concerns; with all this media representation largely contextualized within feminist debates. Broderick Fox takes a fresh look at eating disorders and body dysmorphia that will both entertain and surprise audiences. This work is part of Fox's present exploration of "alternative home movies," utilizing everyday consumer technologies to bring forth viewpoints and voices not traditionally presented by mainstream media. Produced for a cash outlay of under $300.00 and edited on a borrowed Final Cut Pro system, Fox's work proves that challenging, character-driven programming may be produced outside the Hollywood system and its budgets.