Aug 30, 2008

PICS+VID: All Access 2 Premiere Total Success!


International fetish stars joined Bianca Beauchamp and Martin Perreault, Friday August 29th. in Montreal city for the Premiere of BIANCA BEAUCHAMP ALL ACCESS 2: RUBBERIZED, opening the Montreal Fetish Weekend with a BIG BANG!

Cast from Bianca Beauchamp All Access 2Red carpet, limousines, hundreds of curious by-standers, tons of media, cameras, video – this was the premiere of BBAA2 where 800 650 people showed up to view Bianca Beauchamp’s new docu-reality film and 150 more joined the party after.  The main cast of the film (Bianca Beauchamp, The Richard, Jean Bardot, RubberDoll) along with Bianca’s partner and BBAA2 director/editor Martin Perreault were present for the occasion, glowing with all their tight and colorful latex outfits and working that red carpet for the hungry media when arriving in their white limousine.

Latex superstar Darenzia showed up for the event in an Atsuko Kudo latex dress.  Newcomers like Marie-Claude Bourbonnais who was recently featured on Bianca’s Latex Lair dazzled the crowd with a lime boobaliciously sexy dress, hand-made by… her own hands!   Pin-up artist Gina King, responsible for The Richard’s giant-Bianca-Beauchamp-tattoo showed up all smiles in a flashing orange latex dress.   The whole team behind BBAA2 was also present at the Premiere, notably “Belgium” Marc Poelmans (photographer/cameraman – who also sent us the following wonderful photos of the event), Michel Parent (cameraman), Izabel Grondin (cameraman and local horror film director), and music composer Francis Vincent responsible for the film score.

The end of the projection had Martin Perreault announce to the crowd that the DVD of the film was available on the premise for everyone to grab… at the price of their choice!  At the end of a very emotional speech, Perreault announced after inviting people to join the party of the Montreal Fetish Weekend in the other room:

“I would like to thank the fetish community for being supportive of this project.  We invested ourselves wholeheartedly in the making of this film, and you made us feel welcome at the event with our cameras last year.  You’re invited to grab a copy of the film and the music CD, at the price of your choice.”

At the time of writing this column, there was no word yet when the DVD nor the music CD from Francis Vincent will be made available to the public, or at what price.

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