ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - This weekend's pornographic film festival has been canceled.
Challenges from the city made the annual "Pornotopia," event unable to go on.
The problems began last month, when the city banned adult films from the Nob Hill Theater, which hosted the event for the last three years.
This year, "pornotopia" was going to move locations to the Sunshine Theater downtown, and it would change formats. However the city warned organizers about the show at that location as well.
Two zoning officers would have been watching to make sure no one crossed the line.
"It is so unclear that it is up to somebody's discretion, we can't cragt a show based on what maybe someone my think of it," Pornotopia's director Matie Fricker said.
City officials offered up different locations for "pornotopia," but organizers say they were too far out of the way.
They say they will work with the city to try and figure out what to do next year.
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