LA&M To Hold Private Screening of “Interior. Leather Bar.” During IML

The main characters of “Interior. Leather Bar.” dancing at the bar in the film. (Photo couresy of RABBIT BANDINI PRODUCTIONS)

CHICAGO – The Leather Archives & Museum (LA&M) announced today that it will hold a private screening of “Interior. Leather Bar.”, a James Franco and Travis Matthews Film, during International Mr. Leather Weekend 2013.  The screening will be exclusively for members of the Leather Archives & Museum and their guests.  The film will be shown at the Leather Archives & Museum following the conclusion of official IML events on Saturday, May 25th 2013.  Ticket information will be sent to members of the LA&M in early May.

“Interior. Leather Bar.”  has received high praise from critics since it premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.  Filmmakers James Franco and Travis Mathews re-imagine the lost 40 minutes from “Cruising” as a starting point to a broader exploration of sexual and creative freedom.   LA&M Executive Director Rick Storer said “We are very excited to hold this private screening of ‘Interior. Leather Bar.’ at the Leather Archives.  The museum that holds so much of the art, culture and history of non-normative kinky sex provides a great environment to take in the film.”
For more information about the film, visit http://www.interiorleatherbar.com/

The Leather Archives & Museum is a library, museum and archives pertaining to Leather, fetishism, sadomasochism, and alternative sexual practices. The geographic collection scope is worldwide and includes all sexual orientations and genders. The library collection contains published books, magazines, scholarly publications, films and electronic resources related to the subject matter. The museum collection contains original erotic art and artifacts from alternative sex organizations and individuals. The archival collection contains unpublished papers and records from notable activists, artists, businesses and organizations related to the subject matter. For more on the LA&M, visit http://www.leatherarchives.org.

Via press release