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It’s not every day that there’s a documentary that exposes the lives of porn stars. But “Aroused” is just the documentary to do it. The film, directed by Deborah Anderson, stars many of today’s porn stars: Belladonna, Kayden Kross, Lisa Ann, Katsumi, Teagan, Ash Hollywood, Misty Stone, Tanya Tate, Asphyxia, Jesse Jane, Francesca Le, Lexi Belle, April O’Neil, Brooklyn Lee, Allie Haze, Alexis Texas and Fran Amidor. “Get up close and personal with 16 of the most successful women in the adult film industry as they shed their clothes for an intimate photo shoot with director Deborah Anderson. As questions are asked, personal stories about their lives are revealed, from [ Read More ]
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Title: Aroused Directed by: Deborah Anderson Starring: Belladonna, Kayden Kross, Lisa Ann, Katsumi, Teagan Presley, Ash Hollywood, Misty Stone, Tanya Tate, Asphyxia, Jesse Jane, Francesca Le, Lexi Belle, April O’Neil, Brooklyn Lee, Allie Haze, Alexis Texas and Fran Amidor. Running time: 73 minutes, Unrated, Available on VOD 04/04/13 & in theaters 05/03/13 Photographer Deborah Anderson creates a documentary on the production of her upcoming fine art photography book where the subjects are 16 successful women in the adult film industry. Filmed mostly in black and white, Director Deborah Anderson interviews porn star actresses as they get their hair and make-up done and talk about how they grew up, how they [ Read More ]
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Get up close and personal with 16 of the most successful women in the Adult Film Industry as they shed their clothes for an intimate photo shoot with Director Deborah Anderson in the new documentary Aroused. Questions are asked and intimate stories about their lives are revealed, from why they chose the business of sex to how they got into it in the first place. These porn stars have kept their private lives private in the past, yet Anderson has a way of opening up a dialog allowing them to share more than just their naked skin on screen. Their vulnerability is touching, while their confidence and beauty are intoxicating. Once you hear their stories, you'll never look at them in the same way again. We have an exclusive look at the poster for this expose, which is on VOD April 13th before its theatrical debut this May.
Aroused comes to theaters May 2nd, »
Director Gregory Hatanaka is, to put it mildly, a madman. His films are wild concoctions of disparate influences jammed together with an urgent energy, the sorts of things that seem steeped more in experimental theater than they do with any sort of mainstream film culture. He first came to attention here thanks to his 2006 effort Mad Cowgirl and he's back now with Blue Dream.James Duval, Dominique Swain, Pollyanna McIntosh, Kayden Kross, Noah Hathaway, Walter Koenig, Sal Landi and Richard Riehle star in the story of a news writer who finds himself caught up in a world of sex, drugs and corporate takeovers as he tries to solve a series of murders. This, of course, only scratches the surface of what Hatanaka is up to....
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Adult film production company Vivid Entertainment, along with porn actors Kayden Kross and Logan Pierce, have filed a federal lawsuit against Los Angeles County, seeking to overturn a newly enacted condom law.
La County voters approved a measure that requires adult film performers to use condoms while filming sex scenes within the county borders.
According to the Los Angeles Times, Vivid's lawsuit claims the new ordinance violates the performers' right to freedom of expression under the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
During a hotly debated build up to the ballot, proponents of the measure claimed they were working for the performers' own protection. Meanwhile, producers argued digital removal of the condoms from sex scenes would be too costly. They also threatened to take their business outside L.A.
Measure B, aka "the condom law" has been in effect since Dec. 2012, but L.A. County does not yet have an enforcement plan in place. »
5 items from 2013
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