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CINEKINK: CHICAGO ... THIS WEEKEND!
We'll be wrapping up our 2010 tour on Friday-Saturday, November 19-20, as “the kinky film festival” makes one last, grand splash in Chicago!
With screenings at the Leather Archives and Museum, CINEKINK: CHICAGO will offer a specially-curated program of films and videos that celebrate and explore a wide and exciting world of sexual diversity, with works ranging from documentary to drama, comedy to experimental, mildly spicy to rather explicit - and everything in between.
FRIDAY - 8 pm
The festival kicks off on Friday, November 19th at 8 pm with the CineKink audience choice award-winner, S&M JUDGE, a compelling drama in which a respected judge finds his job, reputation and family life in jeopardy after he and his wife begin to explore sadomasochism.
An opening night reception for CineKink: Chicago will immediately follow this screening, made possible by the support of our friends at Shibaricon.
SATURDAY - 2 pm
On Saturday at 2 pm, MY SEXUALITY: A SENSORY EXPERIENCE shines light on five ordinary women from different backgrounds, sexual preferences and past experiences as they experiment with activities intended to boost both sense of self and sexuality. Afterwards, a panel discussion on women, representations of sexuality and sex-positive filmmaking will feature Leah Eva, who appears in the documentary, filmmakers Julie Keck and Jessica Kink ('Libidoland'), and educator/activist Clarisse Thorn.
SATURDAY - 4:30 pm
At 4:30 pm, playing with the hit short, THE SHEEP AND THE RANCH HAND, the "boylesque" sensation WAXIE MOON takes the world of neo-burlesque by storm in a thought-provoking and hilarious documentary look at one artist's unlikely journey.
SATURDAY - 6:30 pm
At 6:30 PM, the film shorts program YES, MISTRESS--including works by several Chicago filmmakers--asks (and sometimes answers!) the question: "How may I be of service?" The films in the mix include:
** Anti-Samaritan Hotline
** The Pawn Layman
** Girls Rock
** Taxi, Episode One: Domme
** Trampling MX-Bear
SATURDAY - 8:30 pm
And the festival concludes at 8:30 pm with THE BEST OF CINEKINK/2010, a mix of award-winning shorts deemed the year’s very best. The program includes:
** The Pinky Song
** Hungry for Love
** Walking the Dog
Leather Archives and Museum
6418 N. Greenview Avenue
Ticket prices for each regular screening are $10 door/$8 advance ($6 advance students/seniors, $5 advance for CineKinksters and LA&M members)