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Anthony Caronna, an award-winning visionary director who over the past decade has transitioned from experimental live theater to filmmaking, has been signed by SKUNK for representation in the ad arena.
Caronna just finished directing the documentary series, Pride, for FX, produced by Killer Films and Vice. Their work has been featured on MTV, VH1, Vogue, Dazed, HuffPo, Rolling Stone, Paper Magazine, Bullett, Out and Vice, awarded a Vimeo Staff Pick, and been banned from YouTube. In 2017 they debuted their first feature documentary, Susanne Bartsch: On Top, which premiered at Hot Docs and went on to win the John Schlesinger Award at the Provincetown International Film Festival before getting acquired for distribution by World of Wonder and The Orchard, with RuPaul attached as EP.
Regarding the allure of spotmaking, Caronna in response to a question from SKUNK owner Matt Factor explained, “For the past decade I’ve navigated how my queer voice and aesthetic translates into the feature film and series space. I’m excited to take this new journey into the commercial world and use my voice to create some incredibly unique work. I’m thrilled to join SKUNK and their absolutely incredible roster of directors. I’ve had my eye on them for quite some time and it’s an honor to become a part of their family."