CineKink Brings Kinky Film Festival to Chicago, Washington, D.C.
NEW YORK — The CineKink kinky film festival is bringing its annual tour to Chicago for a two-night stand Nov. 16,17 and then heads to Washington, D.C. for double-feature on Nov. 24.
Serving up a specially-curated program of films and videos that celebrate and explore the world of sexual diversity, the organizers said the offered works range from documentary to drama, comedy to experimental, mildly spicy to quite explicit — and everything in between.
The Chicago screenings will take place at the Leather Archives & Museum (6418 N. Greenview Ave., Chicago) beginning at 8 p.m. on Nov. 16 with “Best of CineKink/2012,” featuring select, award-winning shorts deemed the year’s best of the festival.
On Nov. 17 “sexy hijinks” ensue in Chicago in “Sweet Prudence and the Erotic Adventure of Bigfoot,” when the mythical beast is spotted at a remote nudist resort. Then the documentary “Stage Brother” follows the quest of a young woman to Los Angeles and her dreams of making it in the world of adult entertainment. A program of short works, “Kink & Kinship,” celebrates the sense of community that shared kinks and proclivities tend to engender, and two Bolivian strangers participate in their own kinky version of a “Sirwiñakuy,” an indigenous tradition where a man brings home a trial “wife.”
For more information on CineKink:Chicago click here.
The Crucible (16 M Street, NE, Washington, D.C.) plays host to the festival on Nov. 24 and features the shorts program "Kink & Kinship" bows along with the “Best of CineKink/2012” that features select, award-winning shorts deemed the year’s best of the festival. After the screenings, The Crucible will remain open for an evening of play.
To see details on the Washington festival click here.