PorYes Feminist Porn Awards party in Berlin

Sat
19
Oct
2019

PorYes Feminist Porn Awards party in Berlin

Hebbel Theater , Berlin
Sat, Oct 19 2019 @20:00 - 23:00

The PorYes Feminist Porn Awards in Berlin celebrates its 10-year anniversary with an awards, panel, and party.

 

 

PorYes Feminist Porn Awards in Berlin

 

 

For its 10th anniversary, The PorYes Feminist Porn Awards in Berlin is showing off a full lineup of fun and educational activities.  Jennifer is proud to be a prior winner of this award for her work in porn. Congratulations to this year’s winners!

 

Here’s info from the organizers:

 

What’s the  PorYes Feminist Porn Awards about?

 

From October 17-21st the film award ceremony for feminist pornography will present sensual and consensual alternatives to mainstream pornography. Also, we are celebrating the 10-year existence of the award. This decade is characterized by a sex-positive movement that concentrates on feminist focus areas such as sexual knowledge transferral. Books and magazines about feminist porn were published; universities have taken on pornography as a research topic. We a sincerely happy about this positive response and the fact that a wide publicity has been created for realistic pornography together with a transformation of the erotic culture has been created.

 

The PorYes feminist Porn Film Award was initiated by communication scientist, author and operator of the first feminist Sexshop Europe’s Sexclusivitaeten, Dr. Laura Méritt together with sex activist and photographer Polly Fannlaf. Since 2009, the award stands for respectful portrayal of all genders and a diverse sexuality. The public award is accompanied by dialogue sessions and a very sexy aftershow party. All in the entire 4-day event is prepared by members oft he Freudenfluss Netzwerk- a loose network of volunteers and activists. The PorYes prize, the beautiful Oyster has been awarded to pioneers such as Candida Royalle, Annie Sprinkle & Joseph Kramer, Monika Treut, Shine Louise Houston oder queere Pornstars wie Jiz Lee, Buck Angel, Bishop Black and many more.

 

As we have done in the past- this year we will contribute to an alternative film-and porn history by awarding special film- or lifetime achievements to people of different generations and cultures.

 

This year’s emphasis will lie on the question of stereotypes in (feminist) porn.

 

Nominees such as Loree Erickson, dedicated representative of Crip PornSadie Lune, as barrier crossing performer and enlightenment figure, Wayne Yung, creator of feminist-gay films and Nan Kinney, pioneer from the 80s with the first lesbian porn production company Fatale Media. Anna Brownfield will join us with her critical feature film The Band. Also, film maker Adina Pintilie (award winner of the golden bear) will join us with her film Touch me not. The film questions and extends our sexual viewpoints, naturally also the ones of and about people with disabilities. Prof. Linda Williams will accompany us as a distinguished expert on porn studies.

 

Nominees for 2019 PorYes Feminist Porn Awards

 

The distinguished guests include:
 

Sadie Lune

 

 

American born Berlin based multimedia artist, sex worker and pleasure activist. She took part in a variety of films and performances, exhibited explicit whore-positive work in museums, and shown her cervix internationally.
She pushes boundaries in a sex-positive informing way and shows us how far and well different sex practices can go.

www.sadielune.com

 

Loree Erickson

 

Queer femmegimp Porn Academic and activist whose research brings creativity and theory together. With her personal experience as a disabled person she explores issues of sexual self-representation, embodiment and identity. Want (2007) is her sex-positive reflection on sites of shame as resistance for people with dis_abilities.

 

Anna Brownfield

 

In her movie The Band the directress Anna Brownfield citically discuses the male-dominated music industry and conventionalizes the attributed potency of the musicans with cutting irony. At the same time female characters including groupies are repesented as equally powerful, as they know exactly how to satisfy their desires.

poisonappleproductions.com

 

Adina Pintilie

 

Exploring our bodies and sexualities beyond common norms and beauty standards makes us broaden our horizons and overcome restricting limitations. Stereotypes are questioned and intimacy is reclaimed with the power of open minds and bold honesty.  Even – or especially people with disabilities are leading the way.

https://www.facebook.com/touchmenotfilmpage/
http://www.manekinofilm.ro

 

Wayne Yung

 

Writer, performer and video artist exploring issues of race and identity
from a queer Chinese-Canadian perspective. He reveals how our views on sexuality are impregnated by prejudices in a fun and loving way.

www.wayneyung.com

 

Nan Kinney


 
Producer and director, president and founder of Fatale Media. She produced the first porn films by and for women in the late 80s. She is the co-founder of the lesbian sex magazine On Our Backs with Deborah Sundahl and Susie Bright. She brought self defined lesbian sex» into mainstream porn and taught women* how to strap on for sex. Bend over Boyfriend is now an international bestseller.

www.fatalemedia.com

 

 

Events at 2019 PorYes Feminist Porn Awards

 

Coming soon: See full schedule here

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