BENEDICTION – DIRECTED BY IRIS BOSCH

BENEDICTION (3:46)
Directed by Iris Brosch
Featuring Benedicte De Baron
Edited by Natalie Braxton
Styling by Irma Birka
SYNOPSIS
The hauntingly beautiful Benediction (3:46) was directed by Iris Brosch and stars Benedicte De Baron.  The ultimate female form is presented by Benedicte, as she awakes to a new reality amongst her peers, all of whom are mannequins. Is she real or one of them? Edited by Natalie Braxton with styling by Irma Birka.
CONTRIBUTORS BIOS:

Iris Brosch
The artist, photographer and director Iris Brosch, living between  New York and Paris, is known internationally for restoring dignity and strength to the image of women in photography. Her photographic style has been described as “ Miuccia Prada meets Leonardo da Vinci”. Brosch’s unique celebration of female sensuality moves in fresh and fascinating directions in her ability to rework timeless classicism with a thoroughly modern twist. The work of Iris Brosch is and isn’t anything we have seen before. It is Raphaelian. It is Modern. It is mystical and ethereal, anchored by the weight of a powerful female mind
Natalie Braxton
Natalie Braxton is not confined to any one medium in her creative practice. And although there are many mediums in which she can and has expressed herself, her loyalty is to creating rich, emotive, experience for the audience in the form of moving image. Natalie Braxton is an American filmmaker.
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