a screening about sex

As voted on by the audience earlier this year... This screening will be about Sex. So if the title wasn't clear enough this screening will have depictions of sex.


April 26th, 2019

at Bar Max (in the basement)

[2412 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80206]

7:30pm Doors - 8:00pm (not punk time) screening.
$10 or pay what you can. No one turned away.

With all of its weight, playful joy, and evolving integrated technology, A screening about Sex is a modern look at the culture surrounding sex and the act itself.


Artists: Concept, Direction & Production by Janet Mac, Penis Art by Patrick Dias

Title: The Unsolicited Dick Pic

Statement: If you've ever received an unsolicited dick pic, this is for you. If you've ever sent one, this is also for you. "The Unsolicited Dick Pic" is the third installment of an ongoing series, SHITUATIONS, a collection of micro-films depicting the misfortunes of daily life.

Origin: Canada

Year: 2018


Artists: Isabel Faintych--Director & Editor; The Baroness--Subject

Title: The Baroness

Statement: The Baroness, New York’s premier designer of elegant and provocative latex, navigates the ever-growing world of latex fashion.

Origin: United States

Year: 2018


Artist: Nazlı Dinçel

Title: Her Silent Seaming

Statement: A transcription of what I have been told during intimate experiences while separating from my husband. Sections consist of destroyed originals from Leafless(2011), motifs of the "feminine" alluding to Jack Smith's Flaming Creatures(1963) and of reconstruction of a pomegranate. These decorative objects are re-valued through a controlled act of cutting, with an allusion to synchronization. Obscured images clear out while the hand scratched text becomes harder to read with each section. Direct sound of cuts and hand processing are composed of 26 frame shots. Un-synced, it reveals a hearing of past images, as an act of translation.

Origin: USA

Year: 2014


Artists: Ei Jane Janet Lin & Miao Jiaxin

Title: Collaboration #1

Statement: Collaboration #1 is part of a series of collaborative art works by Ei Jane Janet Lin and Miao Jiaxin. These live performance art works were broadcast on an interactive amateur pornographic website and documented as performance video.

Origin: USA

Year: 2010


Artists: Animation: Graphset (https://www.graphset.net), sound design: Giganta ( https://soundcloud.com/giganta)

Title: Sex Tape

Statement: Sextape explores the possibilities of a new aesthetics of pornography in a digital era. In this work, the composition of intricate bodies, shapes, textures, colors and sounds takes over intercourse in itself. Pleasure becomes pure visual and sound.Sextape gives rise to ambiguity, too explicit to be erotic but not enough to reach pornography.

Origin: France/Greece

Year: 2017


Artist: Marilou Poncin


Statement: Welcome to my room is an invitation in the world of caming. You will find: two girls, two rooms, two atmospheres and two points of view on this practice of sexuality online. Between confessions, questions about femininity, role-plays and dirty chatting, you will share with them a moment out of time, in the world of virtual fantasies.

Origin: France

Year: 2018


Artists: Directed by: Ghost + Cow
"The Kink" by Taggart & Rosewood
Executive Producers: Ghost+Cow with Taggart & Rosewood
Produced by Chad Ghiron
Associate producer: Daniel Jarvis
Drone Operators: Spark Aerial (Radley Angelo and Kurt Selander)
Director of Photography: Ruben O'Malley
Edited by Rocky Bazemore
Titles by: Ben Kim
Color and finishing by Click 3X
EP at Click 3X: Chris Kiser
Producer at Click 3X : Jon O’Hara
Color: Milan Boncich
Director of VFX: Mario Caserta
Flame: John Geehreng, Joey Deady

Title: Drone Boning

Statement: It’s Awesome.

Origin: North America

Year: 2015


Artists: Brian Fairbairn and Karl Eccleston

Title: House of Air

Statement: This music video for Australian artist Brendan Maclean draws its inspiration from Hal Fischer's iconic photo series 'Gay Semiotics'. Flipping Fischer's work on its head, 'House of Air' is a sexually explicit study of hanky codes, visual signifiers, and gay fetishes set against the backdrop of 1970s San Francisco.

Origin: UK

Year: 2017