Introduces New Studio Foxclore Films Introduces New Studio Foxclore Films
Alejandro Freixes

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — Pink and White Productions has announced the newest studio addition to PinkLabel.tvFoxclore Films. The UK-based studio is helmed by Blath, who is described as "an alternative, genderqueer model, trained photographer, self-taught filmmaker and a graduate from the University of the Arts London."

"Foxclore’s textural visual elements revolve around sexual themes," said a spokesperson. "Its softcore-leaning videos find a home at, which hosts a diverse array of films including ones which may be too explicit for mainstream distribution while at the same time not quite graphic enough for traditional adult markets."

Blath shared, “I know my films aren't hugely marketable to the typical ‘porn consumer’ archetype, but I'm not interested in making things for a mostly imaginary person who's being hugely over-catered to anyway. I'm interested in getting my own ideas from head to screen, and hoping that when someone sees that screen with those ideas, it resonates. They find it hot, or beautiful, or interesting or hopefully some mix of all of those.

“The pool of filmmakers on is really inspiring,” they added. “It can feel isolating making these kind of films, with only a few colleagues in your city or even country. Places like PinkLabel.TV — whether physical or digital — bring those visions together to form a collective, fostering a feeling of community and direction.”

A studio rep said, "Artful, softcore or abstract films are appreciated at, which serves to champion the work of emerging and independent adult filmmakers. Curated by Pink and White Productions’ director and founder Shine Louise Houston, the unique site hosts over 500 adult and erotic films by queer and female directors from across the globe."

Despite their newness to the genre, Blath is already making waves, according to the company. They were recently featured on BBC's "Queer Britain: Porn Idols" and in a separate interview “The Student Who's Trying to Make Porn Beautiful” and their films have so far screened at the London Porn Film Festival, Scottish Queer International Film Festival and Berlin Porn Film Festival. 

Blath's filmmaker spotlight interview can be read here and they can be followed on Twitter. Foxclore Films can also be followed on Twitter. To browse Foxclore Films on, click here.