MONTREAL — FameDollars, an XBIZ Award-winning affiliate program and subsidiary of Gamma Entertainment, has announced the upcoming launch of its new paysite PrettyDirty.com, with Girlsway.com founders Bree Mills and Stills by Alan.
PrettyDirty will focus on boy/girl content that is more hardcore and male/couples-friendly with edgy/taboo storylines "in stark contrast to the lush erotic tapestries of Girlsway's female-centric features."
Director Mills, who also serves as Gamma Films Head of Production, and creative partner Alan have expressed they are finally ready to broaden their XXX scope.
"It was always my intention to expand into the boy/girl market... eventually," Mills said. "We've built a very dedicated fan base that appreciates our style of storytelling; many of them have encouraged us to try out different types of series."
The content layout on PrettyDirty.com is "a provocative mix of features" released as a four to six episode series, mini-series format with two to three episodes and vignettes — standalone stories packed into one episode.
"Most of the female talent we've cast for PrettyDirty are already regular faces on our Girlsway brand," Mills said. "We've already had the pleasure of working with some of the top male talent in the industry, including Mick Blue, Xander Corvus, Johnny Castle and Tyler Nixon." She and Alan will co-direct PrettyDirty's first big feature, "Good Little Girl," featuring Steven St. Croix.
The duo said they know there is "plenty of adult content online to choose from," but they are confident that PrettyDirty will thrive with its bolder themes and harder content alongside Mills and Alan's "unique sense of production style."
"Alan and I, along with our crew, have developed our own voice and vision... so even if we tackle similar subject matter as other producers, it's always going to be in our way," Mills explained. "The stories I write, the effort we put into certain details of our productions, Alan's visual aesthetic, our design and editing team talent... these are all ingredients that make up our final products. People have gravitated to that style and I hope to see that continue in a new market."