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Kinky Film Festival Hits Chicago for a Red-Hot Rendezvous, October 4-5

By September 16, 2014

Cinekink_logo_hiresA special weekend of films that celebrate and explore a wide diversity of sexuality will screen October 4-5 at the Leather Archives and Museum, 6418 North Greenview Avenue, as CineKink, "the kinky film festival," hits Chicago for a red-hot rendezvous.

On Saturday, October 4 at 7 PM, Best Of CineKink 2014 will be a collection of sexy shorts deemed the best during CineKink's most recent festival run. With works ranging from documentary to drama, comedy to experimental, mildly spicy to quite explicit, this year's edition includes 'Un Bisous Americain' (J.M. Darling), 'Human Warmth' (Christophe Predari),'Tom's Gift' (Todd Verow and Charles Lum), 'Music Box' (Anna Brownfield), 'Another Happy Anniversary' (Miranda Bailey).'Trains' (Paul Deeb), 'Dear Jiz' (Ms Naughty) and 'de-railed' (Quinn Cassidy and Creamy Coconut).

Next up on Saturday, at 9 PM, it's the Chicago premiere of Broken Side Of Time, winner of the Audience Choice Award for Best Narrative Feature at CineKink 2014. Combining photo shoots using actual photographers, and a narrative based on some of their real-life adventures, this is a a unique glimpse at a rarely-seen world, and the tale of one fetish model, Dolce, who's looking for a better life on the other side of the camera.

 

 

 

 

Rounding things out on Sunday, October 5 at 3 PM, is Decade Of Decadence, a steamy, retrospective look at some of CineKink’s favorite shorts, culled from the festival’s first decade of programming. With one short representing each year, the line-up includes ‘Pornographic Apathetic’ (T. Arthur Cottam), ‘Haircut’ (Bryan Jackson), ‘Sullivan’s Last Call’ (Francesca Rizzo), ‘Hitchcocked’ (David Young), ‘Teat Beat of Sex’ (Signe Baumane), ‘Kink, Inc.’ (Casey Clark), ‘The Pinky Song’ (Rick Ferguson), ‘Piss’ (Vincent Peone and Bette Bentley), ’Tooshie Smooshie’ (from Chicago-based Jessica King) and ‘Impact’ (Mollena Williams).

“Chicago is a great city for film fans, so the Leather Archives is a perfect stop for the CineKink 2014 tour,” said Rick Storer, Executive Director of the Leather Archives and Museum, which has hosted the festival since it began touring nationally in 2006.

Admission to CineKink: Chicago is $10 at the door or $7 in advance per screening, with weekend passes available for $25 at the door, $18 in advance, $15/LA&M or CineKink members; 18 and over only.

The 2014 CineKink Festival Tour is sponsored by Bowery Bliss, Crystal Delights, KinkyMedical.net, the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom, Leather Archives and Museum, and njoy. Local presenting sponsors are GD2 and Kinky Kollege, with additional support from Ashland Arms Guest House, BLUF Chicago, Chicago Hellfire Club, Chicago Leather Club, Early To Bed, Pleasure Chest Chicago and Touche.

For more information and advance tickets, visit http://cinekink.com/programs-and-events/tour/tour-2014/chicago/