Ladyporn

2001, NR, 90 min. Directed by Elena Carr, Maggie Carey.

REVIEWED By Marjorie Baumgarten, Tue., April 2, 2002

Ladyporn

Winner of an Audience Award for midnight films at SXSW Film 2001, Ladyporn follows the journey of two female students trying to produce a porno for women. Part documentary and part female-centric porn, the movie recounts the filmmakers' experience wrangling an inexperienced crew and "performers." The program also includes the short films "Dance Club" (a Fight Club parody) and "Ladies Night" (about male strippers). For more on Pink Nite see the related story at austinchronicle.com/issues/dispatch/2002-04-05/screens_feature2.html.

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KEYWORDS FOR THIS FILM

Ladyporn, Elena Carr, Maggie Carey

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