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STRIPPED: Greg Fridler's Naked Las Vegas

Produced by David Palmer & Michael W. Abbott
A REVEALING LOOK BEYOND THE STRIP AS THE SUBCULTURE OR LAS VEGAS BARES ALL
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Overview

Genre
Arts, Human Interest, Social Issues, Portrait, and Minorities
Synopsis

In August of 2007, director David Palmer set off on a journey with avant-garde photographer Greg Friedler to capture his shooting of the fourth and final book in his critically acclaimed “Naked” series.
Starting from scratch with no confirmed subjects nor a location to shoot at, Friedler and Palmer embarked on a multi-dimensional and highly emotional 30 day rollercoaster that eventually brought together 173 naked human beings of every shape, size, and walk of life into a single white room with a red curtain to open themselves up to Friedler, Palmer and eventually the world.
STRIPPED is a no holds barred behind the curtain exploration which follows Friedler’s own personal search into the underbelly of Las Vegas to capture its wide array, and at times bizarre, denizens who when stripped of clothing and society’s judgments in front of his lens discover an even playing field of beauty, humanity and ultimately self love.

Stage
finished
Running time
78 and 52 minutes

Credits

  • David Palmer ... Director / Producer
  • David Palmer & Michael W. Abbott ... Producer
  • David Palmer ... Cinematography
  • Alexis Hanawalt ... Editor
  • Talitha Manning ... Co-Producer
  • Kyle Schember ... Co-Producer
  • Jeff Zimbalist ... Associate Producer
  • Joey Merholz ... Associate Producer
  • Jonathan Paul & Dimir Price ... Music

Production Details

Prod. Co.
Palmer Productions,Inc.
Country
United States
Years of Production
3
Locations
Las Vegas, Denver, Los Angeles, NYC
Prod. Partners
Co-Producer - United Front

Distribution Details

Release year
2010
Distribution
SHOWTIME PREMIER MARCH 18 2010
Broadcast (Acq.)
Showtime Networks
Language
English
Subtitles
English

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