The annual conference in Kiel at the Baltic Sea, in Germany, explores narrative works about consensual erotic encounters.
This year some french titles were on the schedule:
Jay Alansky was in Kiel to present his psychologically dark MONSTRUOSA. Emmanuel Malherbe’s PURE LAINE VIERGE deals with wool-obsession
and Renaud Ducoing’s precise CETTE OBSCURE TENTATION really impressed the audience.
LE DEJEUNER SUR L’HERBE directed by feminist artist Pepe Smit is a femdom-still and Metcuc’s L’HOMME VOILE a joyful gender-satire.
AFTER FALL WINTER develops a tragic lovestory in Paris starring Lizzie Brochere,
the shooting was supported by dominatrix-filmmaker Gala Fur who presented
her new shortfilm FOURTH LIVEL DOWN about a man kept by Maitresse Lea.
But the awards went to other films. Here are the winners 2011:
Best Film of the Year:
Directed by Sebastiano Montresor
Emily Browning in SLEEPING BEAUTY
William Van Noland in INDIETRO
Chiara Pavoni in VIGASIOSEXPLOITATION
FOURPLAY SAN FRANCISCO by Kyle Henry
Best Actresses in a short film:
Anna Linng and Venus O’Hara