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The Fort Myers Film Festival runs April 10-14 this year. Among the dozens of short films it will show during this time is Skindiving by writer/director Victoria DeMartin.

The summary that DeMartin provides for the film is enigmatic. She calls it simply as an “observation of a woman caught between her old life and her new one as she goes about her daily routine leading up to her last night on the island.” The film was shot on location in East Hampton and Montauk over a period of 6 days. Post-production was completed in New York city, and partially done remotely from Morocco, Budapest, and Los Angeles. It stars Laura Piccoli, Montgomery Sutton, Lori Tischfield, Chinaza Uche and Maria Wolf.

It screened in February at HBO in the Filmmaker Spotlight Showcase hosted by Ghetto Film School’s Roster and was shown on March 30 by the Garden State Film Festival in Asbury Park, New Jersey and on April 3 by Anthology Film Archives in New York. It will screen in the Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center on Saturday, April 13 during the Rad Short block beginning at 6:00 p.m.

April 2, 2019.



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