Room 366

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Room 366, or R366, is a group of furs involved in professional fursuiting photography shoots and cinematography. The name is derived from room number 366, the hotel room at ConFuzzled 2011[citation needed] where the first fursuit photo-shoot took place, organized by Tillikum and Reeve.

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Videos

There are currently 5 publicly available Room 366 videos[1] [2], most with a light sensual/suggestive tone.

Room 366 – The Prequel

In June 2012, a short time after the initial room 366 leak, Room 366 – The Prequel was created and posted to youtube, as a response to the question How do I get to appear in a R366 video?

Lost

Lost was created by EZwolf in the beginning of 2012 and premiered during Eurofurence 18. The video was intended to push the image of the group into a more positive light.

Lost tells the story of a young fox searching for stability in his chaotic life, has a high production value and was praised for its cinematographic quality.

Furry Gangnam Style

In September 2012, EZwolf recorded a Furry Gangnam Style video with Noodles, WhiteShadow Fox and Shivon.

Merry XXXmas from Room 366

In December 2012, Room 366 released a XXX-Mas Special, produced by Reeve and EZwolf and directed by Shay.

Controversy

Initially, the Room 366 videos were only shared between the people in attendance. In 2011, a video recorded at Eurofurence 17 was leaked to YouTube.[3] Initially, EZwolf tried to stop the spread of the video on Youtube via DMCA claims, but stopped after a few weeks because of the sheer volume of re-uploads.

Boing Boing published a short piece by Xeni Jardin about the controversy.[4]

References

  1. Youtube profile
  2. Vimeo Profile
  3. Editorial: Furries are already well aware of sex and sexuality
  4. Furry "sex romp" music video created by a furry angers furries Article at Boing Boing - Retrieved 2012 November 12.

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