1. KIN

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    The first of a series of fables. (www.kinfables.com) Watch the second film, Salvage here: https://vimeo.com/119777338 And the third film, Requiem: https://vimeo.com/120523947 Five Knights Productions presents, (www.fiveknightsproductions.com) A film by Seb and Ben McKinnon. * Winner of Best Cinematography at the Fantasia International Film Festival 2013, in the Quebec Short Film Category* Official Selections at the following festivals: - Off-Courts, France 2013 - Razor Reel Fantastic Film Festival, Belgium - Portobello Film Festival, UK - Suffolk International Film Festival, UK - Cyprus International Film Festival, Cyprus - Corinthian Peloponnesian Festival, Greece Technical specs: Shot on the Sony Fs-700 Lenses: Series of Zeiss SRL lenses: - 18mm f/3.5 Distagon T - 35mm f/1.4 Distagon T - 50mm f/1.4 Planar T + Canon EF 70-200 mm f/2.8 L for a few shots. Enter the world at kinfables.com Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/kinfables?ref=hl MUSIC AVAILABLE HERE: https://clann.bandcamp.com

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    • Electric Chapel

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      just a webcam, a body, and a dream

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      • Americano

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        This is my 3rd installment of the populer #kirkdify #meme where i get naked and dance to a song off Lady Gaga's Born This Way. Americano by special request! See, i have fans:)

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        • The Fortune Teller: 50 Yrs of Faggotry in 5 Mins, By Leo Herrera

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          Film by Leo Herrera, Decode the clips at LeoHerrera.com ABOUT “THE FORTUNE TELLER” The Fortune Teller is a film by gay artist/activist Leo Herrera, chronicling milestones and icons of the modern gay man. The story is told through the trance of The Fortune Teller (played by Stanley Frank) and created using archival and modern footage. The film is a documentary and time capsule, paying homage to psychedelic films of the 1960′s and the modern art of the YouTube Montage film. From Mapplethorpe to Lohanthony, Uganda to Burning Man, Vogue to Sissy Bounce, AIDS to The Berlin Patient, meticulously edited clips create a kaleidoscopic five-minute journey through more than 50 years of gay history. See the “The Fortune Teller” decoded for a visual legend to the clips. “The Fortune Teller” is comprised of over 50 years of imagery and footage. The 5-minute clip took six months to film and assemble, and is made up of 100 carefully selected clips. The style is a take on Lana Del Rey’s “Video Games” video, or The Scissor Sister’s “Let’s Have a KiKi”. It also pays homage to some of our modern day gay “preachers,” such as Chris Crocker or Lohanthony, or Kid Fury, who, as we always have, developed ways to use technology to reach one another. ADDING YOUR STORY The Fortune Teller does not attempt to be an all-encompassing history; the clips in the Fortune Teller were curated based on icons and moments personally selected by Leo as they defined him as a gay man and the gay community world over. During the next few week of Pride month it’s Leo’s hope you contribute to his project and will tell your story, adding to his, by sharing your own history with being gay, coming out, or perhaps sharing the story of someone in your life who has come out as you post this video on Facebook and Twitter. ARTIST STATEMENT “This film was created with the hopes that every gay man can find something to identify with. The Fortune Teller does not attempt to be an all-encompassing history; the clips in the Fortune Teller were curated based on icons and moments that personally defined me as a gay man. Mexican singer Juan Gabriel was the first gay person I identified with as a child, I’ve sat many nights laughing at Kid Fury’s preacher-like passion and razor wit, I still remember the first time I saw the androgynous Karis perform in the Scissor Sister’s Filthy/Gorgeous video and thought “I can be that?!” or the moment Hedwig sang Wicked Little Town and reminded me of the unrequited love of high school. My work in HIV Criminalization has made me see how deeply ingrained the stigma of HIV is within our community and my wild nights in San Francisco’s nightlife has shown me that a party can be a cathartic communal experience.” “I grew up an illegal Mexican immigrant in Republican Arizona, as far from “gay” as possible. Yet, the challenges and hopes I’ve faced as a gay man are the same as all of my peers across the world, as if homosexuality transcends culture, geography and race. Homophobia is the same in New York City as it is in Russia, HIV and its stigma are as devastating in the South as they are in San Francisco, our sexual freedom is as reviled in America as in Uganda…and yet we are all moving forward on a global scale: our contributions to nightlife and the arts are as pronounced in Berlin as they are in Provincetown, the legalization of our unions is spanning continents, the unmistakable softness of our gestures transcends language. I don’t know if these universal similarities make “Gay” a culture, a race or a shared experience. What I do know is that they stir a deep pride in me that is almost religious.”

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          • How to Make Faerie Wings (step-by-step)

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            Outta This World celebrates Faerieworlds with a step-by-step look at how to make your own faerie wings. Be sure to check out the full blog post at: http://outta-this-world.com/2010/07/29/faeriewings Stay tuned for more exclusive Faerieworlds coverage!

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            • Meet the Characters of Happily Ever Laughter!

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              Meet the Faerie Family from Happily Ever Laughter Parties, a children's entertainment company in California. Each one of our characters visit celebrations from the Bay Area to Sacramento, and all the way down to Los Angeles, and bring along many exciting activities for children. Happily Ever Laughter focuses completely on Character Entertainment. We don’t offer bounce houses, candy machines, or mascot characters...just top notch performers. Our Magic & Puppet Shows are filled with glittering surprises, beautiful props, and unique (handmade!) costumes. We make a huge effort to create our own, unique characters. Each costume is carefully designed by hand (and is 100% wig-free!) for each Faerie’s (or Mermaid's, or Pirate's!) own unique shape in order to always appear magical. We believe that showing children characters outside of the corporate realm can re-inspire them to believe in magic. You are welcome to learn more about us at happilyeverlaughterparties.com

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              • And they all lived Happily Ever Laughter

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                Meet the Faerie Family from Happily Ever Laughter Parties, a children's entertainment company in California. Each one of our characters visit celebrations from the Bay Area to Sacramento, and all the way down to Los Angeles, and bring along many exciting activities for children. Happily Ever Laughter focuses completely on Character Entertainment. We don’t offer bounce houses, candy machines, or mascot characters...just top notch performers. Our Magic & Puppet Shows are filled with glittering surprises, beautiful props, and unique (handmade!) costumes. We make a huge effort to create our own, unique characters. Each costume is carefully designed by hand (and is 100% wig-free!) for each Faerie’s (or Mermaid's, or Pirate's!) own unique shape in order to always appear magical. We believe that showing children characters outside of the corporate realm can re-inspire them to believe in magic. You are welcome to learn more about us at http://www.happilyeverlaughterparties.com

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                • Faerieworlds: The Experience

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                  http://Outta-This-World.com went to Eugene, Oregon for a 3-day excursion into the mythical realm that is Faerieworlds. Here are some of the highlights, from costumes to food to entertainment. Be sure to check out the full blog post here: http://outta-this-world.com/2010/09/19/faerieworlds2010experience Plus 2010 photos! http://outta-this-world.com/2010/08/12/faerieworldsphotos

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                  • GAY WEDDING MUD WRESTLING RITUAL

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                    My partner and I gave this performance work at the Brooklyn Arts Exchange in January of 1991, when we had already been together for 5 years. The audience consisted of friends and family, who had received normal wedding invitations, seeming to promise a conventional ceremony. Our friend Endora (a Wiccan and ordained rabbi) surprised us by showing up in full bridal drag. There would have been no document of this event if our friend Bill hadn't come with his VHS camera. The band was Gay Nation, with music by Chris Cochrane and Scott Heron, with Jennifer Miller of Circus Amok playing sax. You can also see Sarah East Johnson and Mark Leger in the band. The collage of texts for the piece includes fragments from Genet, Oscar Wilde, La Traviata, Cosi van Tutti by Mozart, Dostoyevsky, and Shakespeare. We are still happily together, after more than 26 years. Please feel free to use the tip jar if you want to support my ongoing video and performance work. Thank you. For more information about my performance and video works, please visit: http://www.lakeivan.org

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                    • The Sad Prince: Gift of a Sword

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                      A scene idea created for The Sad Prince feature film, part of the Cinecoup 2015 competition. The goal was to shoot a 60 second scene without dialogue. Follow the competition here! http://www.cinecoup.com/the-sad-prince/speechless www.kinfables.com

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