Our documentary film company Pollination Productions is dedicated to making environmental films more sexy, fun, and diverse. Our first film Goodbye Gauley Mountain: An Ecosexual Love Story, is currently being released by Kino Lorber Films in conjunction with Alive Minds Cinema. Our second film Water Makes us Wet is currently in production.
Executive Producers: Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle.
Water Makes Us Wet
Currently in Production
A new documentary film and work in progress.
Running time will be approximately 75 minutes.
Starring: Beth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle.
Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens, launch a road trip – an investigative state-wide ecosex performance art journey beginning in California. We begin with a ribbon-cutting ceremony to inaugurate the Pollination Pod, a converted 1975 Perris Pacer camper, in which we will crisscross, first California and eventually the USA. As the Pod transports us, it will provide an eye-catching sculptural element to attract attention and invite audience participation. It will also function as prop and equipment cache, educational archive/center, costume changing room, and mobile film studio.
After departing, we will film and perform at other art spaces as well as iconic natural sites (Big Sur, Yosemite, Joshua Tree the Salton Sea). At each stop, in addition to documenting our performances, we will interview, converse and interact with card-carrying ecosexual artists, activists, thinkers, and practitioners, as well as any detractors. These interactions form the core of the film, and water issues in California will provide an underlying current as we travel. The film will look at practices such as fracking, mining, and oil extraction in unexpected and informative ways, engaging humor where possible. We will also implement an interactive website with dynamic maps and a travel blog to facilitate audience engagement.
Goodbye Gauley Mountain: An Ecosexual Love Story
Distributed by Kino Lorber
Running time is 70 minutes.
For information regarding screenings, (private, film festival, theatrical) and for educational usage please see the
Alive Minds/Kino Lorber website: gauleymountain.com
Available on Netflix and iTunes
Annie Sprinkle & Beth Stephens’ Ecosexual Weddings Project
This is a short film documenting some of our past performance art weddings to various nature entities. Over 2300 people have helped co create these projects. We are enormously grateful to our human collaborators and to our other than human ones as well.
Running time: 10 minutes