PornFilmFestival in Berlin vom 24. – 28. Oktober

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Am kommenden Mittwoch geht das weltweit einzigartige PornFilmFestival in die mittlerweile 7. Runde. Im Moviemento-Kino Berlin werden erneut fünf Tage lang Flutschfilme aus aller Welt zu sehen sein, egal ob hetero, schwullesbisch, transgender oder alles durcheinander. Ein buntes Dokumentar-, Kurz- und Spielfilmprogramm, von narrativ bis experimental, von Soft- bis Hardcore, vom Fetisch zum Diskurs. Mit traditionellen Q&A’s im Anschluss der Filme, Diskussions- und Arbeitsrunden und vor allem ganz viel Liebe.

Im Zentrum des 7. PornFilmFestivals steht dieses Jahr eine umfassende Retrospektive des Golden Age of Porn, auf der unter anderem Genreklassiker wie “Boys in the Sand”, “The Devil in Miss Jones” oder “Behind the Green Door” zu sehen sein werden. Der brandneue Film “Chroniques Sexuelles D’une Famille D’aujourd’hui” von Jean-Marc Barr & Pascal Arnold (Trailer) eröffnet das diesjährige Festival, Stephen Elliotts “Cherry” (Trailer) mit James Franco, Heather Graham und Lili Taylor wird es am Sonntag abschließen. Viele Beiträge feiern ihre Europa- oder Deutschland-, teils sogar Weltpremiere.

Das komplette Programm und vieles mehr gibt’s auf der offiziellen Website zu entdecken. Und den schönen Trailer gleich hier zu sehen:

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