Mile High Media Announces Changes With Feature Studios

MONTREAL — Mile High Media has announced the amicable parting of ways with its contract director Nica Noelle and a change in leadership with two of the studios she managed.

After years helping to develop and run several of Mile High’s studios, Noelle announced Friday she is moving on to pursue other ventures.

Mile High Media Vice President Jon Blitt assured consumers the studios under Noelle’s direction, Sweet Sinner, Sweetheart Video and Sweet Sinema would continue to evolve under the care of new directors.

Acclaimed feature director James Avalon has been retained to take over couples-friendly studio Sweet Sinner, as well as the newly created Sweet Sinema.

Regarding Sweetheart Video, Mile High Media is interested in speaking with qualified adult vignette and feature directors in the lesbian genre. Interested directors may email Blitt at

Blitt remarked, “We wish Nica the best, as we acknowledge her numerous contributions to Mile High Media during our period of collaboration. She has been instrumental in shaping the ‘Sweet Studios’ into their critically acclaimed success. Our consumers can rest easy knowing their favorite studios will remain true to their origin, while continuing to evolve.“

Noelle said, “I’m very proud of the studios I created for Mile High Media, and being their exclusive director for four years was a very rewarding experience for me. I am confident that the studios will continue to succeed under new writers and directors, and I thank Mile High for giving me the opportunity to grow into the filmmaker I am today.”