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"The philosophical depth and sheer honesty depicted in Beth B's fascinating film is liberating in itself...this film is a revelation." — Urban Cinefile
"Exposed is a documentary keen to uncover something more significant than even what the art form is or is supposed to be, and that is what it achieves and provokes." — The Vine
"Beth B’s Exposed! opens a window on what you’ve been missing. Acceptance is the beating heart of Exposed!" — Gay News Network
TIME Magazine — LightBox highlighting 8 documentaries:
DOC NYC 2013: Highlights From the Largest Documentary Festival in the U.S.
FILMMAKER Magazine, Scott Macaulay — 10 Picks for the DOC NYC Film Festival
INDIEWIRE — DOC NYC Women Directors: Meet Beth B
film.com — The Out Take: New Films at DOC NYC Question The Definition of Queer Art
BUST Magazine — Gender-Bending Stars: Beth B's Burlesque Documentary to Premiere on Nov. 15
21st Century Burlesque — Exposed: Julie Atlas Muz and Mat Fraser
FILMMAKER Magazine — Going Beyond Burlesque with Beth B’s Exposed
NOW SHOWING at Cinema Nova in Carlton, Melbourne, Australia. Grab your tickets HERE.
To see Joan Acocella's hot topic report on the new-burlesque scene, "Take It Off," in May 13, 2013 issue of The New Yorker, and other press coverage, click HERE.
Feb 14, 2013 — Exposed Review by Jay Weissberg
Following its 2013 Berlin Film Festival premiere, our movie is being acclaimed at film festivals around the world. For more click HERE.