RAHWAY, N.J. — CineKink announced that “CineKink: A Decade of Decadence” will screen on Nov. 23 at Anthology Film Archives, located at 32 Second Ave, New York, at 7 p.m.
The retrospective looks at some of the festival’s favorite shorts, probing a range of sexual proclivities and perversities, culled from a decade’s worth of screenings.
Featuring one selection from each year of CineKink’s existence, the sampler includes "Pornographic Apathetic," "Haircut," "Sullivan’s Last Call," "Hitchcocked," "Teat Beat of Sex," "Kink Inc.," "The Pinky Song," "Piss," "Tooshie Smooshie," and "Impact."
Full descriptions of all films are available here.
“We’re thrilled to be bringing back some favorite films and filmmakers, in honor of reaching this decade marker,” Lisa Vandever, CineKink co-founder and director, said. “It will be a happy reunion for some of our audience, who’ve been with us since way back, and also a chance for these amazing works to be discovered by a whole new crowd.”
Admission is $12 door/$10 advance per screening, and is restricted to those 18 and over only. A limited number of advance purchase, double-feature tickets are available for $15; these tickets are also available to students and seniors for $12, and $10 for CineKink members. For more information and advance tickets click here.