In fun news, Stripped won “Best Feature” and “Best Score” this past weekend at the film fest in Salt Lake! Still haven’t seen it? Here’s five ways to watch!
Stripped won “Best Documentary” at the Comic-Con Film Festival this past weekend in San Diego! Thank you to the judges, and thank you to the thousands of folks who stopped by our booth at San Diego. It was a weekend of incredible kindness toward the film!
Also this weekend: The film was ranked #1 in documentaries that make artists “…Ready To Create”, by Paste Magazine. Thanks, Paste!
STRIPPED is an official selection to screen at the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con Film Festival. The film will be screening on Friday, July 25th. Join us!
Charles M. Schulz, the creator of Peanuts, is known throughout the world as one of the greatest cartoonists who ever lived. So it’s with great honor that we announce a screening of STRIPPED at the Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa, on June 21st.
Free to the public, the screening will be followed with audience Q&A with the Directors, where one audience member will also win one of the gorgeous posters by Bill Watterson.
If it’s within driving distance, we invite you to join us for this very special screening. It’s going to be a lovely night.
Info and directions, here.
After getting STRIPPED to #1 on iTunes in the U.S., and again in Canada…we’ve now made available SEVEN full-length interviews from the film. For fans of comics that want to dive deep, that means there’s now 26 hours of interviews with the world’s best cartoonists.
You can grab them individually or as packages of interviews, here!
Huge, huge thanks to all our supporters in Canada for making Stripped the #1 documentary on iTunes! What an accomplishment: And it’s all thanks to you! Let’s all meet up at Tim Hortons: The Timbits are on us!!!*
*Note: Offer not valid in the U.S. or Canada
We did it! The day we launched on iTunes, we got to the #1 spot! Thank you so much for your support of the film!
The film is also available on Google Play, as a DVD (region-free and DRM-free), and on VHX (worldwide and DRM-free). Plus, there are 15 full-length interviews from the film, directors’ commentary, and more — HERE. Check ‘em out!