Under Her Skin is an intimate character portrait of 71 year old photographer Jane Rule Burdine which explores her work, personal struggles, and triumphs in the Mississippi Delta where she grapples with the beautiful yet harrowing complexities ingrained in the culture and landscape of the American Deep South.
About the Creator(s): Rémy Bennett is a filmmaker, writer, and curator living in New York City. She earned her BA in acting and drama studies from The Central School of Speech and Drama in London and studied film at SVA in New York. Her feature film debut Buttercup Bill was shown at Raindance, the New Orleans Film Festival, and the Marfa Film Festival. As a writer and artist Bennett has contributed to Playboy, 1985ARTISTS, VICE, and BUST Magazine.
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