SAN FRANCISCO, CA — After making a name for herself directing beautifully shot dyke/queer porn, Feminist Porn Awards’ Visionary Director Shine Louise Houston has turned her sharp eye to the gays.
“There’s a wealth of lesbian porn in the world, but so much of it features women with falsely perfect bodies, acts that are too vanilla or too hardcore and insincere. It’s always too something. Most porn leaves me wanting, but the Crash Pad left me sated. To say that the Crash Pad is hot would be a gross understatement. At each turn I found myself entranced and utterly turned on.” – The Lesbian Lifestyle
“Shine Louise Houston—one of the most influential, groundbreaking and talented queer filmmakers of this century—has just launched her latest endeavor: HeavenlySpire.com, a site dedicated to ‘masculine appreciation … masculine beauty and sexuality and how it manifests on different bodies.’ It features a group of ethnically-diverse models and couples, genuine chemistry, and Houston’s signature stunning cinematography.” – Tristan Taormino
On Saturday October 17th, Shine Louise Houston (Director and Founder of Pink & White Productions) was honored with an award from the PorYes European Feminist Porn Awards Ceremony, Feministische Porno-Filmpreis Europa, held in Berlin, Germany. Shine was honored as a porn pioneer for her work, along side other notable directors Candida Royalle, Annie Sprinkle, Maria Beatty, and Petra Joy.
For Immediate Release: June 15, 2009 SAN FRANCISCO – (June 15, 2009): Sarah Wheeler, a senior at University of California at Riverside shared her Senior Thesis Project with Pink & White Productions, granting the company permission to publish her project here on our website. Superfreaky: Queerness, Feminism, and Aesthetics in Queer Pornography By Sarah Wheeler […]
San Francisco based queer pornographers Shine Louise Houston and Ken Rowe have a queer relationship to each other. Shine directs Pink & White Productions, a dyke/queer porn company with a mission to create high quality queer cinema that represents authentic queer sexuality through blurred gender lines. Its cast is mostly comprised of lesbian/dyke identifying women, though that has never been the sole identity of the company. For Shine, gender fluidity is a key component of authentic queer porn.