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New Skin
Directed by
Vladimir de Fontenay

USA / 2011 / 12
minutes
New York University
World Premiere

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SYNOPSIS:
Helen spends New Year's Eve working at a gas station, where she meets a fascinating young man who becomes a catalyst for a drastic change in her life.

Listen to "New Breaking" by Victoria De La Vega from "New Skin"

BIO:
Vladimir Bourdeau de Fontenay is a 23-year-old filmmaker born and raised in Paris. He has a background in political science and in film, which he studied in Paris and in Italy at the Scuola Civica di Milano where he met Michelangelo Frammartino (director of Il Dono and Le Quattro Volte), who helped him produce his first short Le jour et la Nuit.

He currently is pursuing writing and directing at NYU's graduate film program where he was given the Steven J. Ross fellowship, developing several projects including a feature film based on his upcoming short film Apnea.

MAIN CREDITS:
Cast/Featuring: Olivia Horton, Edward Crawford, Barbara Sicuranza
Executive Producer(s): Vladimir de Fontenay, Laura Moss
Producer(s): Vladimir de Fontenay
Director(s): Vladimir de Fontenay
Screenwriter(s): Vladimir de Fontenay
Cinematographer(s): Joshua J. Richards
Editor(s): Vladimir de Fontenay
Composer(s)/Music: Victoria de la Vega, Jo Schornikow



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