Sexy International Film Festival Paris selects Headshot

Posted on June 7, 2010

By Jennifer Lyon Bell

"Celebrating everything that is love, erotic, sensual, political, perverse and funny," Paris's Sexy International Film Festival Paris has its heart in exactly the right place. We're honored that our film Headshot is an Official Selection of the festival this year.

As part of a very sexy summer in Paris which sounds increasingly appealing (next time we will definitely plan a summer trip here for all these cool festivals), Headshot is once again on the big screen as an international entrant in the Sexy International Film Festival Paris competition June 24-27.
The festival aims to:

“ and promote the best of quality independent short and feature films from around the world that explore the themes love, sex and relationships. Inspired by films of the 1960s like Russ Meyer, from the screen icons of Brigitte Bardot, Marilyn Monroe, Jayne Mansfield and Betty Paige, to the ‘Pink’ Erotic films of Japan and the provocative work of Catherine Breillat, our Sexy festival, like no other, will combine theatre and cinema in one festival celebrating everything that is love, erotic, sensual, political, perverse and funny by filmmakers who bravely share their unique vision of sexy with us — with class.”

WHAT: Headshot in the International Shorts competition of Sexy International Film Fest Paris
WHEN: Saturday June 26, 2010, 17h30
WHERE: Cinema Le Grand Action (seriously), Paris, France
MORE INFO: Sexy International Film Fest Paris

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