January 30, 2013 07:28pm
TakeDown Piracy CineKink Sponsorship
Source: The PRSM Group
by: Company Press Release
(LOS ANGELES, CA) -- Anti-piracy service TakeDown Piracy has announced its Gold-level sponsorship of the tenth anniversary edition of the CineKink Film Festival, the only American film festival dedicated to celebrating sex, kink and fetish.
Listed by Google as one of the top 5 reporters of digital violations in the world, and with over 15 million infringements removed, and profiled on popular sites CNBC.com, TheDaily.com, Forbes.com and more, TDP offers copyright holders an affordable and highly effective means to fight back against content thieves.
"At TakeDown Piracy, we strive to help independent filmmakers; it is with great pride that we support the CineKink festival," said Nate Glass, founder and Coo of TakeDown Piracy. "Without a show like CineKink and a powerful anti-piracy solution like TakeDown Piracy, these visionary filmmakers could not fully enjoy the fruits of their labor."
Scheduled for February 26-March 3, 2013, the tenth annual CineKink (http://cinekink.com) NYC will feature a specially curated program of films and videos that celebrate and explore a wide diversity of sexuality. In addition to screenings, plans for the festival also include a short film competition, audience choice awards, a feminist porn presentation and panel curated by Tristan Taormino, a special adult entertainment showcase, and a gala kick-off event, along with retrospective screenings commemorating a decade's worth of kinky programming.
A national tour will follow, showcasing audience favorites from the NYC festival selections in cities such as Chicago, LA, San Francisco, DC, Seattle, Portland, Miami, Berlin, and more throughout the year, adding to sponsor visibility nationwide and year-round.
"Thanks to our sponsors, weíre able to bring these wonderful, sexy works out into the world and introduce them to new audiences," said Lisa Vandever, Co-Founder and Director of CineKink. "Itís an honor to have TakeDown Piracy, a company thatís already doing so much to benefit filmmakers, partner in this endeavor."
Sponsorship opportunities range from a full festival Presenting Sponsorship to its Gotham Sponsorship, allowing potential sponsors to support the festival at a variety of levels. Sponsors can expect to enjoy different levels of visibility as well as such perks as all-access VIP passes to screenings and parties. Details on sponsorship levels can be viewed at http://cinekink.com/supporters/sponsorship or by emailing a request for a sponsorship information packet.
For more information and advance tickets, visit http://www.cinekink.com.
Contact: Lisa Vandever
Phone: 917.609.5928 (media contacts only, please, not for publication)
Email: press2013 * at * cinekink.com
Just entering its tenth season, CineKink is an annual film festival and national screening tour that celebrates and explores the wide diversity of sexuality. Presented by CineKink, an organization dedicated to the recognition and encouragement of sex-positive and kink-friendly depictions in film and television, works showcased by the festival range from documentary to drama, spicy to explicit - and everything in between!
For more information, visit http://cinekink.com
About Takedown Piracy
Nate Glass is the Founder and Coo of TakeDown Piracy (TDP), a leading anti-piracy service born to demand in April of 2009. While writing for a small entertainment paper, Glass witnessed the harm piracy inflicted on the entertainment industry. When a film producer wrote Glass and questioned whether anyone could actually make a difference against piracy, Glass became motivated to take a stand against piracy through actions over words. As profiled on popular sites CNBC.com, TheDaily.com, Forbes.com and more, Glass and TDP offer copyright holders an affordable and highly effective means to fight back against content thieves. Listed by Google as one of the top 5 reporters of digital violations in the world, and with over 15 million infringements removed, Nate is both passionate and professional about his quest protecting copyrighted content from pirates. Glass also writes a monthly column for AVN Magazine, where he sheds light on the world of piracy and its impact.
For more information, visit http://takedownpiracy.com