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2010 CineKink: Underground Favorites And Full Lineup

By Mike Everleth ⋅ February 9, 2010

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The seventh annual CineKink Film Festival is set to undress for all kinky filmgoers in New York City on February 16-21. Included in the lineup are two fantastic, slightly dirty underground films, plus a full smorgasbord of sexy cinematic goodness.

The opening night festivities will begin on the 16th at the Kush Lounge (191 Chrystie St.) with music and performances, plus a screening of the lesbian ode to bestiality (sort of) The Sheep and the Ranch Hand, a beautiful and hilarious film by San Francisco filmmaker Loretta Hintz, and a newly found “lost” film by notorious ’60s radical, criminal and filmmaker J.X. Williams.

Then, on the 17th, the original museum of film, the Anthology Film Archives, will be transformed into an erotic museum when CineKink moves there for the duration of the rest of the festival.

But, on the 19th, don’t dare miss the wonderful S&M comedy Modern Love Is Automatic by Zach Clark or you might get a spanking — or worse! The film was the first runner-up to the Underground Film Journal’s 2009 Movie of the Year and it’s a fantastic comedy about the ennui that comes with modern day romance. Or is romance dead? It might take a beating from resident nurse / dominatrix Lorraine Schultz — played by actress Melodie Sisk in a star-making performance — to find out.

Whatever your pleasure, you’re sure to find it satiated by a film or two in this lineup:

Feb. 16

8:00 p.m.: The 400 Blow Jobs, dir. JX Williams
The Sheep and the Ranch Hand, dir. Loretta Hintz (Read the review)

Feb. 17th

6:45 p.m.: S&M Judge, dir. Erik Lamens

9:10 p.m.: Body Modification Freaks, dir. Mitutika Fuku
Screens with:
Fantasy, dir. Izabel Grondin

Feb. 18th

6:45 p.m.: “Kinda Kinky?”
The Pinky Song, dir. Rick Ferguson
Flaming of the Shrew, dir. Yoni Marten
Balloons, dir. Charles Nuckolls
Tied, dir. Nathan Strausse
Handcuffs, dir. Erika Lust
Pinned, dir. Nathan Strausse
Walking the Dog, dir. Luigi Campi
Great Humpkin, dir. Stewart McCullough
Libidoland, dir. Julie Keck, Jessica King

9:10 p.m.: Waxie Moon, dir. Wes Hurley
Screens with:
Toward the Blue, dir. Randy Caspersen

Feb. 19th

6:45 p.m.: Modern Love Is Automatic, dir. Zach Clark (Read the review)
Screens with:
Service, dir. Julie Simone

9:10 p.m.: Swingers, dir. Stephan Brenninkmeijer

11:00 p.m.: Des Jours Plus Belles Que la Nuit, dir. Jennifer Lyon Bell and Murielle Scherre
Screens with:
Ottoman Empire, dir. Chip Willis
That’s What I Like, dir. Louise Lush

Feb. 20th

1:00 p.m.: My Sexuality: A Sensory Experience, dir. Felicia Giouzelis
Screens with:
Dolls Fit, dir. Julie Simone
Paddling the Pink Canoe, dir. Louise Lush

3:00 p.m.: “Bring It!”
Behind the Red Door, dir. Carlos Batts
Frisk Me, dir. Madison Young
Seven Minutes in Heaven: Coming Out, dir. Courtney Trouble
Tristan Taormino’s Rough Sex, dir. Tristan Taormino
Whorrey Potter and the Sorcerer’s Balls, dir. Dominic Ford

5:50 p.m.: “Fixated”
Circus, dir. Lindsay Greer
Coverage, dir. Jef Taylor (Watch online)
Hungry For Love, dir. Ruckus Skye
Julie and the Clown, dir. Stephanie Sellars
Kick the Cock, dir. Tinto Brass
Lloyd Blankfein Must Die, dir. Charles Lum

8:00 p.m.: “Yes, Mistress”
The Pawn Layman, dir. Frank – Peter Lenze
Anti-Samaritan Hotline, dir. A. Tad Chamberlain
Trampling MX-Bear, dir. Gabriela Granados
Girls Rock, dir. Steven Speliotis
Taxi, Episode One: Domme, dir. Marie Angel
Housekeeper, dir. Ben Lumpkin
Perversions of Lesbian Lust 2, dir. Madison Young

10:10 p.m.: Stories of Sex(es), dir. Ovidie and Jack Tyler
Screens with:
Taxi, Episode Seven: Safety, dir. Marie Angel

Feb. 21st

6:00 p.m.: “AfterGlow Party”
Match Mates, dir. Liselle Bailey
Sylvia, dir. Madison Young
The Perfect Secretary: Training Day, dir. Ernest Greene

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