"We've been privileged to feature Severe Sex productions over the years," said Lisa Vandever, director and co-founder of CineKink. "And this year, Dee [Severe]'s really stepping up with a hot scene from her latest film, 'Corrupted by the Evils of Fetish Porn.' The other directors in our 'Bring It!' showdown really have their competition cut out for them."
In addition to the CineKink selection, "Corrupted" also was a winner at the 2018 XBIZ Awards for Fetish Release of the Year. The BDSM epic stars Kasey Warner, Lance Hart, Chanel Preston, Charlotte Sartre and Donnie Rock, as well as a large cast of fetish stars including Cybill Troy, Mona Wales, Helena Locke, D.Arclyte, Marcelo and Jimmy Broadway, who co-owns Severe Sex Films.
"It's such an honor to return to CineKink," said Severe, the director of “Corrupted” and Severe Sex Films co-owner. "This movie is really close to my heart. It's arguably my favorite of everything I've ever directed, so it's gratifying to see it getting recognized.
"Two Severe Sex films, 'Treacherous' and 'Heartbreaker vs. Obscura,' previously screened at CineKink, but this is the first time we're going to be able to attend the New York screening. [I am] so excited!"
Kasey Warner commented, "It was an absolute delight to work on 'Corrupted’ and be given the opportunity to perform in a more dominant role. I'm usually typecast due to my very young and feminine look, and it was an honor to be given a role that I know is so important and close to home for the director of the film."
Lance Hart, who plays Warner's kinky knight in shining armor, added, "Working with Kasey is always a treat. Having the opportunity to choreograph our positions and movements naturally together was a special thing. I hope that our chemistry came through in our scene."
Broadway, the movie’s executive producer, concluded, "We couldn't have made this movie without a lot of hard work and amazing performances from our cast and crew. For that to be recognized by CineKink, an event that has been at the forefront of celebrating and promoting diverse sexuality, is really something special."
The festival, which is in its 15th year, is scheduled Wednesday-Sunday, March 14-18. "Corrupted" will screen on Saturday, March 17, as part of the "Bring It" program. For information about the festival, contact Lisa Vandever.