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Shoreline is selling John Winter's debut
[Mon 21/05/2012 04:16:25]
By Sandy George
Shoreline Entertainment has acquired all international rights to producer John Winter’s self-financed directorial debut Black & White & Sex.
Eight actors play one sex worker being interviewed by a filmmaker in the drama, which has also just been selected along with eleven other films in the new talent competition of next month's Taipei Film Festival.
Black & White & Sex producer Melissa Beauford and distributor Titan View took an usual approach to the film’s Sydney theatrical release: they screened it only on Friday evenings at Hoyts Paris.
That said, there is a final Sydney screening at 7pm tonight, being May 21, before it moves to other venues including the NFSA Arc Cinema in Canberra (July 6 and 7) and the Deckchair Cinema in Darwin (July 23 and 28).
Black & White & Sex challenges audience members to leave their preconceptions about the kind of women who are sex workers at the door of the cinema, and has had a lot of support from companies who provide products to the “adult entertainment” industry.
The black and white film had its world premiere in the Rotterdam International Film Festival.
Winter’s producing credits include Rabbit-Proof Fence, Doing Time with Patsy Cline and Paperback Hero. Beauford produced Puppy and Feed.