‘Indietro’ Wins Best Narrative Film at CineKink NYC

SAN FRANCISCO — The eighth annual CineKink NYC film festival announced that Kink Studios director Vivian Darkbloom’s film “Indietro” was picked as Best Narrative Feature through its Audience Choice Awards.

The choice awards were determined by audience ballot just following each eligible film’s screening during the festival.

Kink.com, San Francisco’s premier, BDSM porn company recently announced its latest endeavor, a branching out into the world of adult art cinema.

Kink Studios says it aims to put the narrative back into adult films with insightful, intelligent, artistic, sexy, story driven filmmaking examining the BDSM lifestyle in a whole new way, with great acting, hot authentic scenes, and thought provoking material written and devised by working Hollywood screenwriters and directors.

“Indietro,” inspired by "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf," Anais Nin and "The Story of O,” is a story about relationships, misconceptions and desire.

On a chilly winter evening, Honey and Nick, Mr. and Mrs. Suburbia, pay a visit to the mysterious and sprawling home of George and Martha, the king and queen of kink, and their maid, Camille. As the night slowly unravels from the wee small hours of morning back to its beginning, we discover the truth about each of the characters, their motivations, and their darkest longings.

“Indietro” takes a back flip into the world of BDSM and sex, pushes conventional boundaries and takes an intimate look at what lengths people will go to in the pursuit of love, connection and carnal fulfillment.