Ever fancied yourself a bit of an amateur Ron Jeremy? Ready to make a leap from low-grade night vision sex tapes to the big leagues? Now entering it’s tenth consecutive year, Eyesight Publishing and Mighty JamJar Productions are proud to present Blue Revue: Dirty Movie Film Festival. As Canada’s oldest pornography-based film festival, we put out a yearly call asking for all would-be adult stars and local filmmakers to submit their own short film (less than ten minutes), to be judged by festival attendees for one wild night in September. The winner of the competition, as determined by audience votes, walks away with $1000. First and second runner up will receive $500 and $250 respectively.

Blue Revue is all about free expression. So if you’re thinking this is the kind of festival where you might not see a film featuring two puppets discussing anal sex, you couldn’t be more wrong. Previous festivals have featured that, plus sexy g-g-g-ghosts, gay bears, a plethora of animated penises, horny penguins, glory holes, glow paint, and one oversized male nipple in addition to the more typical good ol’ fashioned pornography that you all know and love. In short, there is no need to go hardcore and creativity is certainly encouraged.

It’s best to keep it like a secret, all films will be destroyed at the end of the night and to date Blue Revue has had zero leaks leading up to the event. Like a caring lover, your naked body parts are safe with us. All genders, sexual orientations and levels of competency with video equipment are encouraged to participate.


The Dirty Details


Hump Day
Sep 11, 2019

Doors at 6PM
Show at 7PM

Metro Cinema 
at the Garneau

“Sexy films, beer and burlesque combine for one amazing night that you won't soon forget!”


The Rules

  1. All participants must be over the age of 18. Proof of age for all video participants, in the form of valid ID photocopies, will be required with submission.

  2. Consent and release forms for every participant must accompany every entry.

  3. No animals, no poop, no kids. Illegal material will not be considered—and will be reported to the police. Oh yeah, no snuff films, even if they’re fake.

  4. Entries can be no longer than ten minutes. There is no amount of grace on this rule.

  5. Entries should be delivered to Eyesight Publishing as a QuickTime or AVI file, along with all necessary documentation, on a DVD (or data stick) either by mail or in-person to Our office located at #100, 11230 - 119 St, Edmonton AB, T5G 2X3. If you are unable to make it to the office between 9am - 5pm, Mon - Fri please get a hold of us so that we can work out another way for you to get your entry in.

  6. The deadline for entries is September 5th, 2019

  7. Failure to adhere to these rules will disqualify your entry from the competition.