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CineKink Goes to Washington

James Lenzen in Namaha Man by John B. Adams

CineKink goes to Washington, D.C., on November 21-22, with two nights of “sex-positive and kink-friendly” short films and videos ranging from “documentary to drama, camp comedy to hot porn, mildy spicy to quite explicit – and everything in between.” The screenings will be followed by a party with the Rites of Bacchus at The Crucible.

Schedule and descriptions from the CineKink website.

Married with Children by Erika Lust

Friday, November 21 – 8:00 pm

“Give & Take”: A kinky collection of shorts that probe, prod and play with the dynamics of sexual power and release, control and submission. Assume the position!

In Yer Room

Lemon Squeezy


Coming Out Spanko


Namaha Man (top photo)

Who's the Top?

Married with Children (above)


Saturday, November 22 – 8:00 pm

“Mix, Match & Mingle”: Two-somes, three-somes, four-somes and more-somes, this round-up of film and video shorts looks at the delights – and some dilemmas – of moving beyond monogamy.

Pleasure Me

Pac Mouse

The Party (above)

Wash Me Clean

High Infidelity


Something About Nadia

Wildest Dreams


Advance purchase: $10 for screening; $30 for screening + party. Door: $15 each screening; $40 for screening + party. The Crucible is located at 1816 Half Street SW,
Washington, DC. 202.554.1310.

Also, CineKink is looking for submissions for CineKink NYC film festival 2009, to be held February 24-March 1, 2009.

As per its website announcement, “CineKink NYC is seeking films and videos, of any length and genre, that explore and celebrate the wide diversity of sexuality. We're looking to blur some boundaries and will be considering offerings drawn from both Hollywood and beyond, with works ranging from documentary to drama, camp comedy to hot porn, mildly spicy to quite explicit – and everything in between.

“Cutting across orientations, topics covered at CineKink have included – but are by no means limited to – BDSM, leather and fetish, swinging, non-monogamy and polyamory, roleplay and gender bending. Or, frankly, given the current moral climate, as long as it involves consenting adults, just about anything celebrating sex as a right of self expression is fair game. (Far be it from us to define 'kink' – if you think your work might make sense in this context, please send it along!)"

CineKink NYC will feature a short film competition, audience choice awards, presentations, parties, and a gala kick-off, with a national screening tour to follow.

More information on the CineKink website.

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