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Links 1 through 10 of 10 by Viviane Tang tagged cinekink

CineKink turns ten this year…and we’re celebrating our decade of decadence with a stellar line-up of cinematic wonders!

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The kinky film festival will be touring throughout the year with at least five stops across the United States (last year's tour stopped in Chicago, DC, Los Angeles, Portland, and Las Vegas; this year's tour dates haven't been announced yet), and, now that the madness of the weekend is past, I caught up with Vandever to learn more about the festival and ask about where it's all headed.

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It was really, truly, my kind of place. Cinekink highlighted, for me, the importance of getting perverts and kink lovers, fetishists and voyeurs, degenerates and academics, all together in a room where they feel comfortable with each other because they’re coming together for one common goal: to watch sexy movies in the dark.

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The eighth annual CineKink NYC, dedicated to screening “kink-positive depictions in film and television,” presented its top awards to Vivan Darkbloom’s “Indietro” as best narrative and Mike Skiff’s “Kink Crusaders” as best documentary.

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This years CineKink was the best I've seen. I didn't love everything I saw, but as a whole the quality and diversity of films has gotten much, much better. What was really great was that so many of the film makers weren't into BDSM themselves! It's so good to see positive images of kinky people, not as villains or as comic relief, but as ordinary folks with all of the complexity as anyone else.

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Nothing wrong with a little titillation – or a lot – the CineKink audience has also become used to works that take an intelligent approach to sexuality, to depictions that move beyond the clichés, to portrayals that don’t denigrate or preach. They also join us for the sense of community you can get from experiencing a film in the company of like-minded others. And, of course, for some really killer parties!

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Money was the theme running throughout the documentary. Can consent really exist where there is money, and so much of it? Where does responsibility lie? Many of the girls had drug habits to support. PD dated and played with his models and even, according to some, made work contingent on it. If he respected safewords, he has interesting interpretations of boundaries. Money made Insex lavish, careless, unprofessional and greedy; and then when the money was gone, they had to follow.

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I caught up with Vandever to ask her how this groundbreaking festival came together, how porn is changing, and where we can find the good stuff.

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My heartfelt congratulations to all three filmmakers...These women expand and enlighten not just the notion of “kink,” but of filmmaking itself.

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