“Fantasy studio” by Bruce Weber

DIRECTOR’S NAME: BRUCE WEBER / DATE OF RELEASE: SEPTEMBER 2010 / PRODUCTION COMPANY: LITTLE BEAR INC / COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA / DURATION: 3’25 / LANGUAGE: ENGLISH / MUSIC: “THERE’S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS” / PERFORMED BY JOHN WILLIAMS AND THE BOSTON POPS / DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: FRANK AND THEO STANLEY, PHILIP ROY / ARTISTIC DIRECTOR: SAM SHAHID / STYLIST: DEBORAH WATSON / HAIR: THOM PRIANO / MAKE-UP: REGINE THORRE / EDITOR: PHYLLIS FAMIGLIETTI

FILM SYNOPSIS:
’Fantasy Studio’ takes us inside the fictional A&F Studios “from where movie legends are made…” The guys chill out – they playfully wrestle and dance – while the gorgeous women stroll about, twirl with delight, and blow sweet kisses of bliss. ‘Fantasy Studio’ is the place where anything goes.
 
DIRECTOR’S BIO:
Bruce Weber was born in 1946 in Greenburg, Pennsylvania. A photographer and filmmaker, he has photographed for most major magazines, and has 25 books to his credit. His work has been exhibited in over 70 gallery shows and museums. His photographs are in the permanent collections of London’s Victoria and Albert Museum and the Photography Division of the City of Paris.
 
 
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