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In 1993, Vadim co-founded the nonprofit organization May Day Media with Brown University classmate Rory Kennedy. It is a non-profit production and distribution group that uses videos in campaigns highlighting racism, sexism, classism and homophobia. The company produced a short video called Fire in Our House about needle exchange programs and their ability to prevent the spread of HIV infections.
In 2002 a documentary she co-directed and produced with Matt Arnett called The Quilts of Gee's Bend was released. This film accompanies a museum exhibition and features the quiltmakers and quilts, historical photography and a musical soundtrack based on the gospel songs of Gee's Bend.
- Daughter of Roger Vadim and Jane Fonda
- Half sister of Troy Garity, Nathalie Vadim, Christian Vadim, and Vania Vadim
- Unofficial adopted sister of Mary Luana Williams
- Granddaughter of Henry Fonda
- Niece of Peter Fonda
- Cousin of Bridget Fonda and Justin Fonda
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- Farr, Sheila (July 13, 2007). "Chill falls over quilt exhibit: Suits filed against promoters". Seattle Times. Retrieved 19 May 2015.
- My Daughter Vanessa Marries In St Tropez | Jane Fonda
- Vanessa Vadim at the Internet Movie Database
- Works by or about Vanessa Vadim in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
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