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Film Festival shows erotic films from a feminine point of view

A unique filmmaker who produces, writes and directs erotic productions with a film aesthetic that explores human sexuality from a feminine perspective will be honored at the 33º Guadalajara International Film Festival (FICG).

pg6Born in Sweden, Erika Lust produced, wrote and directed The Good Girl (2004), a short porn film for women which was later incorporated into her award-winning anthology film Five Hot Stories for Her (2007). She also directed the experimental documentary Barcelona Sex Project (2008) and the acclaimed erotic films Life Love Lust (2010) and Cabaret Desire (2011).

In addition, she is the author of the books “Good Porn” (2009), “Love Me Like You Hate Me” (2010), “Erotic Bible to Europe” (2010), the best-selling novel “La Canción De Nora” (2013) and “Let’s Make A Porno: A Practical Guide To Filming Sex” (2013).

Lust’s latest and most ambitious project, XConfessions, combines her groundbreaking cinematic style with the public’s own sex stories. Its crowdsourced platform allows users to share their personal sex stories – which she later turns into short film. XConfessions has over 100 films released to this day.

She says: “I pledge to create new waves in adult cinema, to show all of the passion, intimacy, love and lust in sex, where the feminine viewpoint is vital.”

In its seventh edition, FICG’s Premio Maguey presents two short-film collections from the vast oeuvre of this great director: (Erika Lust Vol. 1) A Blowjob is Always a Great Last-Minute Gift Idea, Girls Fight Club, Can Vampires Smell My Period?, Horngry, Dirty Feet, I’m Obsessed With Owen Gray, Hoy Power Couple, Ink Is My Blood, My Moaning Neighbor, Pouring Pleasure, Dominate Me. (Erika Lust Vol. 2) Don’t Call Me a Dick, Horny Beasts, My Roomie’s Toy, Intruders, The Ultimate Ink, Circus Aerius Perversus, The Toilet Line, If the Apocalypse Comes F—k Me, We Are The F—king World.

See ficg.com for more information.

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