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BIODILDO

Christian Slaughter

Runtime: 11 min.


A perfect couple in a perfect home after a perfect dinner ready for perfect sex! But something is not so perfect…

This is a fanciful short piece by first time queer director — but long time veteran of the gay porn industry — Christian Slaughter. A happily married couple spices up its life with a sexy video that magically turns into something more.

About the director:
Since 2000 Christian Slaughter has been working -– first as production assistant, later as production manager and producer -– on several movies for directors such as Jürgen Brüning, Bruce LaBruce, Todd Verow, Jorn Hartmann, Maria Beatty and Cheryl Dunye. Since the very first Porn Film Festival Berlin in 2006 he has been part of the organization and programming team. Besides the festival and movie projects, he works as production manager for the gay porn company Wurstfilm in Berlin, where he also made his first steps as director.




Tittle: Biodildo
Production Dates:
Custodian of Records info:
C. Matthes
Hauptstr. 37
10827 Berlin
Germany
Sexiest Short
2013 Feminist Porn Awards
Selected Film
2013 PornFilmFest Berlin
Special Presentation
2014 Princeton University
Selected Film
2014 QUICKIES Film Festival
Selected Film
2014 Wonderlust Helsinki
Selected Film
2014 Vancouver Queer Film Festival
Special Presentation
2014 American Studies Association Conference
Official Selection
2015 Asterisco Festival, Argentina
HerProcess Screening
2017 San Francisco State University





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