Cinema Au Naturel: A History of Nudist Film, by Mark Storey, is
a 288-page softcover edition including over 40 black & white illustrations and eight pages of color photographs. Cinema Au Naturel
analyzes and critiques nudist exploitation films from the 1930s through the 1960s, as well as the contemporary naturist videos from the 1980s through today.
Cinema Au Naturel
introduces the seamy world of exploitation films and the attempts to censor them. Differentiating nudist exploitation films from other movies featuring nudity, Storey then examines the response nudist organizations had to these low-budget films, and proposes a contemporary naturist analysis of them.