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Tony Comstock CineKink Screenings

Damon DeMarco and Hunter James in Damon and Hunter: Doing It Together
Marie Silva and Jack Bravo in Marie and Jack: A Hardcore Love Story

CineKink will present two documentaries on the private sex lives of celebrities from the adult film industry, the 46-minute Damon and Hunter: Doing It Together (2006) and the 28-minute Marie and Jack: A Hardcore Love Story (2002), both directed by Tony Comstock. The screenings will be held at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, December 11, at the Two Boots Pioneer Theater in New York City. Director Comstock will be on hand for a post-screening discussion.

Melbourne Underground Film Festival winner Damon and Hunter: Doing It Together offers a “truly intimate look” at adult stars Damon DeMarco and Hunter James, while Marie and Jack: A Hardcore Love Story, Comstock's first documentary, showcases “the private sex life” of married adult stars Marie Silva (a.k.a. Aria) and Jack Bravo (a.k.a. Jack Spade).

Earlier this year, Comstock's Ashley and Kisha: Finding the Right Fit won three awards at the Melbourne Underground fest: best foreign film, best foreign director, and best gratuitous use of sex. Sounds like a must-see.

The Two Boots Pioneer Theater is located at 155 E. Third Street (and Avenue A). Tickets are $10; $6.50 for seniors/students; 18+ only.


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