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Review of THE SKIN I’M IN in Gay Calgary Magazine

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O Canada! Check out another thoughtful review of THE SKIN I’M IN’s digital and DVD release in Gay Calgary Magazine.

A film that takes you down deep into the underbelly of one man’s struggle with identity, gender, sexuality, body image and alcohol will be readily available to view across the globe beginning October 1st.

The Skin I’m In is a candid, honest and raw autobiographical look at Broderick Fox’s brush with death in a Berlin subway terminal and rise to self-actualization.

“Being blunt about my story I can… entertain but potentially also help other people,” he says. “One of the gifts that sobriety has given me is the sense that honesty is a great liberator.”

In his film Fox, a world travelled gay university professor/film maker/erotic hairdresser/actor/singer and variety of other things journeys to Victoria, British Columbia to have First Nations artist Rande Cook design him a personal tattoo, commemorative of a lifetime of trial and achievement. Read full article

THE SKIN I’M IN’s Release Covered in NELA Art News

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Thanks to NELA Art News for covering the Oct. 1 iTunes and DVD release and the Oct. 6 LA Filmforum Los Angeles Premiere of THE SKIN I’M IN. NELA arts is an organization of northeast Los Angeles galleries and artists and NELA Art NEws is a monthly publication profiling the events and personalities of this exploding region of arts activity in the city.

The film is THE SKIN I’M IN and was made by local NELA resident Broderick Fox. He likes to say it’s about the transformative power of art and the art of transformation. Brody not only lives in Northeast Los Angeles, but he has ben teaching at Occidental College for 10 years. He teaches Media Arts & CUlture, which covers the history, theory, and making of media. Read full article

Anthem Magazine Interview with THE SKIN I’M IN Director Broderick Fox

Thanks to Anthem Magazine and writer Kee Chang for this great interview leading up to the Oct. 1, 2013  International Digital Release of THE SKIN I’M IN on iTunes and Amazon.

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In 2005, at the age of 31, Broderick Fox was found unconscious on the tracks of a Berlin subway station with his head split open and a lethal blood alcohol level of 0.47. As it turns out, Fox had destroyed an entire bottle of vodka and later proceeded to fall onto the tracks—a walking blackout. The Skin I’m In concerns a human work-in-progress chronicling decades of bodily shame, addiction and suppressed sexual identity, which led to what Fox refers to as “the bottom”. Read full article


THE SKIN I’M IN: Original Score Available on iTunes


Original Score for THE SKIN I'M IN $10 + $2 s/h

The soundtrack for THE SKIN I’M IN is now available on iTunes, featuring the incredible original score by Ronit Kirchman, and Fox’s musical contribution (track 25) which garnered the album an “explicit” Parental Advisory Rating. Ha!

The music in this big little film is the product of much extraordinary collaboration:


Music Orchestrated and Conducted by

Ronit Kirchman


Orchestra Recorded at Rotosonic Sound, Salt Lake City, UT

by Michael Greene


Music Editor

Scott Johnson


Score Mixer

Mike Roskelley


Music Contractor

Ted Hinckley



Nicholas Greer





Jed Moss



Daron Bradford



Laurence Lowe



Aaron Ashton

Kathryn Collier

Maria Dance

Tina Johnson

Rachael Bower Karr

Katherine Kunz

David Langr

Kathryn Langr

Kendra Lowe

Rebecca Moench

Cynthia Richards

Becky Rogers

Kristiana Sandberg

David Siegel

Janice B. Vincent



Candace Wagner

Emily Brown

Heidi Hicks

Lorraine Larson

Mario E. Ortiz

Elizabeth Wallace



Nicole Pinnell

Desireé Ashworth

Ellen Bridger

Cassie Olson

Brian Stucki



Ben Henderson

Matt Larson

Alexander C. Willey


Violin for “Man with the Movie Camera” sequence, guitars, synthesizers and all other instruments performed and programmed by Ronit Kirchman


This soundtrack was supported by a grant from the Sundance Institute Film Music Program with additional support from the Sundance Institute/Time Warner Foundation, Inc. Fellowship Program.
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