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“Send Me Your Sexts” is Strange and Provocative New Pay-for-Film Service

“Send Me Your Sexts” is a just-launched, strange new pay-for-film service from director Eileen Yaghoobian (Died Young Stay Pretty). (Video above is NSFW.) Inspired, she says, by The Act of Killing (!) and its use of reenactments, and drawing on her own background in documentary and theater, “Send Me Your Sexts” is both a service and an online video platform featuring original short reenactments of user-submitted sexts. Viewers can check out the steamy videos while sexters can pay Yaghoobian to turn their own digital missives into soft-core online entertainment.

From the website:

I’m Eileen, a filmmaker and artist who’s convinced that your dirty messages should be my next script. So I decided to create a service that turns your real sexts into on screen action. Think your phone could inspire a good web series? Ever wanted to be a screenwriter? You already are… but only if you’re brave enough to send me your sexts. It can be anonymous, but it still takes some moxie.

How it works:

1. Screen shot some of your sexts. Scroll way back and send me the steamiest, silliest or most shocking ones you can.
2. Upload them here and check out using the form. Just $80 will get you up to 6 minutes of video shot professionally with cast.
3. Watch them come to life. You’ll get an e-mail with a link to the video when it’s ready.

Have a ton of steamy texts? Want to inspire an entire series? Done. You can do this as many times as you want! In the meantime, check out strangers not-so-secret sext lives in our video gallery.

Yaghoobian says sext videos will last from one to six minutes and that “story and casting are [her] interpretation.” Currently up on the site is a sext chat between Dylan and Kacey that somehow moves from a conversation about steak vs. hamburger to sex on the hood of a car.

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