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Amber

Sensate Films

Runtime: 25 min.


Trigger Warning: This episode depicts BDSM scenario potentially triggering to survivors of sexual assault.

‘Amber’ was the first ever Sensate Film, and may remain our favourite forever (shhh, don’t tell the others). ‘Amber’ was conceived the day before it was shot by Frank Ly and Gala Vanting, the friends and co-creators who star in the film. The product isn’t at all what we had expected, but the essence of their love and mutuality is potent and palpable. ‘Amber’ addresses BDSM play outside of the tropes of standard fetish filmmaking, bringing a warmth to what is often seen by outsiders as a cold, cruel mode of exchange. It also addresses the equity that exists between top and bottom, dominant and submissive, and holds reverence for the connections and intuitions that are possible in the playspace.

Directed by Gala Vanting and Frank Ly
Cinematography by Aven Frey
Editing by Aven Frey
Sound by Richard Lawrence, James Paul



Starring:


Movie Title: Amber
Production date: 16 April 2012
Studio: Sensate Films
Custodian of Records info:
D. Malische
216 Barkly St.
Brunswick VIC 3056
Australia
Best Mention
Feminist Porn Award 2013
Honourable Best Mention
Cinekink Film Festival 2013
RUNNER-UP Audience Choice Award
Perv Queerotic Film Festival 2013





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