Monday, October 5, 2015

Help "Micky's Summer Resort" tour the United States

!n 2007, I started a film called, “The Screening Room" which has since been retitled, "Micky’s Summer Resort.” Budget setbacks caused a lot of delays, but the film has finally been completed. Still we need a little more to improve the special effects. I am crowdfunding to put in the finishing touches and organize public screenings.
 This is a sci-fi comedy, similar to Meatballs meets the Twilight Zone in a nudist park and we need your help to fund a promotional tour to clubs, resorts and theaters across the country. The success of this film is crucial to the future of Pacific Invasion. Already there are plans to film more movies here in Hawaii and expand into print, web series and magazine. If you have a blog or website, add this button: 

 If you have a facebook page, add this link: Even a small contribution will be very helpful. I am also appearing at RAW Artists later this year. 
Do spread the word to family and friends. We have a funny film, and the success of this film will lead to expanding my brand at Pacific Invasion Media. We are already making plans to do more films shot in Hawaii.

Hope to see you all again soon,

Tony Young

Monday, July 9, 2012

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Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Where do you draw the line at children's behavior? There are trust issues, but when you hear that nudist children have sleepovers, does this mean that their environment is too permissive. They sit in the hot tub together, but would they be allowed to shower together? What about sleeping beside one another? And we'd be foolish to think that naturist kids never touch one another. Well, from my experience, seeing how these children interact, I've never been concerned. If I had a child, I would feel perfectly comfortable letting him or her socialize with other nudist children simply because the trust factor is so high. I would know that my child has friends who will look out for him or her. Children know what is appropriate and not, and though I've seen nudist children joke unabashedly, I've never worried about them. So if this were true, and any other parent, or even a Congressman tries to check out a naturist resort, I would safely assume that he would find nothing to be concerned about. Unless he were looking for trouble. It's easy to attach even the slightest bit of concern on a nothing issue. A casual touch between children could easily escalate and be exaggerated in the adult mind. But have there been any cases? And if there have been, is it so difficult to take care of? Sometimes I think we neglect the presence of common sense.

Monday, March 19, 2012

naturist films in general

I don't have a lot to say, and with a small readership, it gives me the excuse to say whatever I want. Fact is, I do believe in naturism, but I get sick and tired of how secretive it is. I know no one wants to be alienated and ostracized because we know going in that we are different from the rest of the world.

But we as nudists have such great stories. I want to tell stories about the co-ed sleepovers the kids have, but I can't because textiles will automatically assume, if kids have nude sleepovers, they must be having sex. I assure you they are NOT, but how do I prove it?

And there are other things nudists do that may seem questionable to outsiders, but in that environment, it isn't anything salacious or scandalous. But don't take my word for it. Naturism is meant to be experienced, not viewed on a big screen. And this only makes it harder to make nudist films.

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Film Status Update


Friday, December 9, 2011

From Jennie's Pallett

Nudity vs. Pornography

As I edited my speech from last week for posting, I realized it was way too long for a single post! This is the first part, about my work. I was introduced beautifully so I only needed to discuss my work itself. Some of these phrases will form part of my new artist statement.

“My artwork explores the nude figure. I find the human body to be a marvel, not just of engineering and design, but also of poetry and emotion. I am endlessly fascinated by what lies beneath, beneath clothes, beneath the layers of pain and beneath the masks we wear.

Nude Art is our history. It is our expression and our drive. It shows our growth as human beings and our evolution emotionally.

I mostly paint women. Strong, elegant and emotional, I capture different aspects of what it is to be a woman. I have been drawn to a difficult arena as censorship grows and fear over the nude body reaches fever pitch.

That is why I have dedicated myself to debunking myths about nude art. I want to show the world the beauty I see in the human body and share my firm belief that nudity is not threatening, it is not always sexual and it is here to stay.”