September 09, 2013 09:44am
CineKink in Chicago
Source: The PRSM Group
by: Company Press Release
(CHICAGO, IL) -- The 2013 CineKink Festival makes a sexy stop in the Windy City after a sold-out screening in Oakland, as its national tour brings the one-night screening of sex-positive and kink-friendly films to Chicago on Saturday, September 21. CineKink:Chicago will begin at 7pm with a screening of the "Best of CineKink/2013," followed by the full-length, audience-award-winning film Remedy, at 9pm. All screenings will take place at Leather Archives and Museum.
"Our collaboration with the Leather Archives has been an amazing, long-standing partnership," says Lisa Vandever, Co-Founder and Director of CineKink. "They’ve been a wonderful repeat sponsor of the CineKink national tour, and we’re delighted to bring the screenings to their home town yet again for Chicago kinksters."
The Leather Archives and Museum is located at 6418 N Greenview Ave, Chicago, IL. For more information, visit http://cinekink.com/programs-and- events/tour/chicago/ or visit CineKink:Chicago’s social media event pages on Facebook and FetLife.
Tickets are available at the door for both screenings at $10 per screening. Advance tickets are available at either $8 per screening, or $15 for both the shorts program and the feature. Advance tickets may be purchased via Eventbrite.
CineKinksters and Leather Archive members are also offered a discounted price for the double-feature via a discount code at the Eventbrite page. To become a CineKinkster, click here. To become a LA&M member, click here. As with all CineKink events, screenings are limited to those 18 and older.
In addition to venue host the Leather Archives and Museum, local sponsors Pleasure Chest Chicago and Early to Bed will be running ticket giveaway contests now till September 20, and will also be providing raffle prizes for those who attend the Chicago screenings.
The "Best of CineKink/2013" short films program is comprised of productions awarded prizes by CineKink jurors at the annual CineKink NYC festival, which takes place each year in late February. With works ranging from documentary to drama, comedy to experimental, mildly spicy to quite explicit, this year’s edition includes 50 Seconds of 50 Shades (Bo Blaze), Naked Love: Ea’s Garden (Sara Kimmel), Impact (Mollena Williams), Rift (Keith Hodder), Ritual (Jörg Fockele), Zucht Und Ordnung (Jan Soldat), Amber (Aven Frey, Gala Vanting, and Frank Ly), Krutch (Clark Matthews), and Pinecone (Michael Markham).
Immediately following the shorts program, CineKink will present the award-winning dramatic feature, Remedy, from filmmaker Cheyenne Picardo. Based on her personal experiences in the world of professional domination and submission, Remedy received an Audience Choice Award for Best Narrative Feature at the New York festival.
CineKink, currently in the midst of celebrating its 10th anniversary year, has also officially opened its doors for sponsors for its 2014 festival. The 2013 CineKink Festival Tour is made possible by sponsors Crystal Delights, KinkyMedical.net, Leather Archives and Museum, National Coalition for Sexual Freedom, njoy, and Takedown Piracy. For sponsorship inquiries, contact email@example.com. In addition, those interested in supporting CineKink still have a variety of ways, from volunteers at the festival, to festival donors and more. CineKink’s sex-positive expression can be supported via http://cinekink.com/supporters/members/join-us.
CineKink is accepting solicitations from other cities and venues that are interested in hosting during the 2013 and 2014 tour seasons. For inquiries, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Press, including those in host cities, may contact CineKink in regard to interviews, press access, and more; email email@example.com.
For general information, and to stay up to date with CineKink news, visit http://cinekink.com.
Now in 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 the Leather Archives and Museum:
The Leather Archives & Museum is a library, museum and archives pertaining to Leather, fetishism, sadomasochism, and alternative sexual practices. The geographic collection scope is worldwide and includes all sexual orientations and genders. The library collection contains published books, magazines, scholarly publications, films and electronic resources related to the subject matter. The museum collection contains original erotic art and artifacts from alternative sex organizations and individuals. The archival collection contains unpublished papers and records from notable activists, artists, businesses and organizations related to the subject matter. Our mission statement is as follows: "The compilation, preservation and maintenance of leather lifestyle and related lifestyles [including but not limited to the Gay and Lesbian communities], history, archives and memorabilia for historical, educational and research purposes." For more information, visit http://www.leatherarchives.org.