The Cinema Museum, London


Sat 19 Aug 2017 @ 18:00 · Events

The third annual film festival presenting films with a kinky side.

Slowdance18.00 Slowdance (2017), directed by Harvey Rabbit (8 mins).

A short film about homophobia, love, interracial romance, and bondage.

SexarbeiterinSexarbeiterin (aka Sexworker) (2016), directed by Sobo Swobodnik (96 mins). German language with english subtitles.

A documentary about Lena, a free spirit who enjoys sexwork and wants to be respected by society.

24/7: A Passion of Life20:00 24/7: The Passion of Life (2005), directed by Roland Reber (116 mins). German language with english subtitles, starring Marina Anna Eich and Mira Gittner.

A  film drama about personal freedom and desire. Eva (Marina Anna Eich) refuses to be restricted by a mundane career and seeks new experiences with swingers and with a lonely dominatrix.

By the People22:30 By the People (2017), directed by Christina Court (39 mins).

A documentary about the Leather Archives & Museum in Chicago.

Folsom Street (2015), directed by Aron Kantor (6 mins).

This year’s closing film is dedicated to San Francisco’s annual Folsom Street Fair.
Winner of the Best Short Film Award at the Fetisch Film Festival in Kiel, Germany.

Doors open at 17.00, for a 18.00 start.

Refreshments will be available in our licensed cafe/bar.


Tickets £5.

Tickets may be purchased from Billetto, or direct from the Museum by calling 020 7840 2200 in office hours.

Folsom Street