June Ann's 'Treachery of Love' to Screen Next Month

ST. LOUIS — June Ann produced, directed and stars in the “The Treachery of Love,” which will screen at the Dreamachine International Film Festival running December 18-20.

“Having been in the adult entertainment world as a performer for well over a decade, I always craved more from the artistic and conceptual angles of pornographic and erotic filmmaking,” said the performer-filmmaker. “So I knew that I wanted to break the mold and make an erotic piece that lives without a classic storytelling arc. An art film that just exists and breathes and whispers to your libido.”

June Ann has the lead role in the recently released “Mirror Game” from Sssh.com; earlier this year, she co-produced, co-directed and starred in “Gone Viral” for Wasteland.com

Her current project, she noted, was inspired by Magritte’s painting “The Treachery of Images” wherein she “non-verbally argues that the one-sided representation of sex in media, whether through sensationalized clickbait disguised as journalism or the male-dominated pornographic vision, strips sex to an act that nullifies it’s complexities and emotions,” explained a rep. “Created with absolutely no budget, this piece proves that there is a place for sex in art.”

June Ann expressed pride in the film, which also earned her an award from the Dreamachine fest.

“I’m hoping viewers will approach this piece as if they were at a museum,” she said. “Stopping briefly to take the invitation to ponder themes of autonomous love, voyeurism and the definition of porn itself.”

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