Series: Pink Bear Club – Pink Bear’s Seven Sins, 2011

Pink Bear’s Seven Sins is a series of short films produced for the Pink Bear Club in 2011

The Pink Bear Club was a multi-disciplinary collaboration in Art & Comedy headed by Producer Kayleigh O’Keefe and Director Bill Rodgers. In a rich world of woodland whimsy and absurdist story-telling the human condition was prodded, poked and probed by a debauched cast of creatures and perverts.

‘Pink Bear’s Seven Sins’ was filmed in 2011-2012, re-introducing the collective and welcoming new collaborators. Initially released in series, the complete work and dramatic finale ‘Wrath’ was shown exclusively in the PBC’s live installation space, ‘Wood Street Whimsy‘, in East London in 2012.

Pink Bear Club

Still from Sloth, Pink Bear’s Seven Sins 2011

1. Sloth

Weasel tends to Pink Bear’s every need.

2. Greed

Pink Bear will go to any length to get all the nuts.

3. Lust

Pink Bear indulges in some plushy-inspired self-love.

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Still from Lust, Pink Bear’s Seven Sins 2011

4. Gluttony

Weasel stuffs as much lard into Pink Bear as he can.

5. Envy

Pink Bear wants to get inside the object of his jealousy, MP Piers Howard-Weaver.

6. Pride

Pink Bear basks in the glory of his many killings.

7. Wrath

Things go terribly wrong when Piers Howard-Weaver tries to escape the grasp of his furry captor.

Pink Bear Club

Still from Wrath, Pink Bear’s Seven Sins 2011


BearBill Rodgers
Piers Howard WeaverStephen Forrest
Weasel – Tony Bamforth
Squirrel – Kayleigh O’Keefe
Candida Howard-Weaver – Sophie Etherington
Plushy Monkey – Sasha van Genius
Plushy TigerKayleigh O’Keefe

Original Soundtrack composed and performed by Tamsyn Swingler

Written, shot and directed by Kayleigh O’Keefe and Bill Rodgers

Produced by Kayleigh O’Keefe



About Kayleigh

Glorious Leader of Gash Land, World Famous Artiste, Fist-Queen, Flabzilla and Pervert-Siren Kayleigh O’Keefe is a London-based artist working in live art and film to engage with sexuality, body acceptance and non-assimiliationist social assertion.

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